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For homicide investigator Stefanie Tricarico, an anticipated weekend in South Central Nebraska, to be spent quietly with family on the farm her Bohemian ancestors homesteaded, becomes a remembrance of things past in the worst possible way when she learns that her long-estranged younger brother has become a regional leader of the White Supremacy movement. “Stacy Danielle S For homicide investigator Stefanie Tricarico, an anticipated weekend in South Central Nebraska, to be spent quietly with family on the farm her Bohemian ancestors homesteaded, becomes a remembrance of things past in the worst possible way when she learns that her long-estranged younger brother has become a regional leader of the White Supremacy movement. “Stacy Danielle Stephens’ writing is excellent and her knowledge of criminal investigation persuasive, but it’s her ability to get right under the skin of her detective protagonist that sets ‘The Dog Who Knew Too Much’ apart. The chilling effect Stephens achieves when she immerses the reader in the activities of a gang of white supremacists will not be quickly forgotten.”–Vaughan Stanger “The Dog Who Knew Too Much is a fast-paced police thriller which throws away all the clichés and reinvents the genre. Stephens has her finger on the pulse of elements of American culture that seldom get an airing, and that makes this book ring with the clarity of truth.” –Gustavo Bondoni


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For homicide investigator Stefanie Tricarico, an anticipated weekend in South Central Nebraska, to be spent quietly with family on the farm her Bohemian ancestors homesteaded, becomes a remembrance of things past in the worst possible way when she learns that her long-estranged younger brother has become a regional leader of the White Supremacy movement. “Stacy Danielle S For homicide investigator Stefanie Tricarico, an anticipated weekend in South Central Nebraska, to be spent quietly with family on the farm her Bohemian ancestors homesteaded, becomes a remembrance of things past in the worst possible way when she learns that her long-estranged younger brother has become a regional leader of the White Supremacy movement. “Stacy Danielle Stephens’ writing is excellent and her knowledge of criminal investigation persuasive, but it’s her ability to get right under the skin of her detective protagonist that sets ‘The Dog Who Knew Too Much’ apart. The chilling effect Stephens achieves when she immerses the reader in the activities of a gang of white supremacists will not be quickly forgotten.”–Vaughan Stanger “The Dog Who Knew Too Much is a fast-paced police thriller which throws away all the clichés and reinvents the genre. Stephens has her finger on the pulse of elements of American culture that seldom get an airing, and that makes this book ring with the clarity of truth.” –Gustavo Bondoni

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