The three quirky main characters add an appealingly hip edge to the cozy core of Allbritten’s sequel to 2011’s Chihuahua of the Baskervilles… — Publishers Weekly
Clever and comical, Allbritten’s second outing is as entertaining as its predecessor, and the reader’s verdict on it is reached quickly: Aye, Chihuahua. — Richmond Times-Dispatch
Allbritten skillfully mixes mystery, humor, and history in her story. … As in the first book, this one not only has a mystery involving a family, but there are mysteries that surround Port Townsend and nearby locales as well. — Lesa Holstein, Winner of the 2009 and 2010 Spinetingler Awards for Best Reviewer.
If you’re looking for something light and funny, pick up a Chihuahua mystery and let the staff of Tripping take you on a search for the paranormal. You may not find any otherworldly elements, but you’re going to have a blast while you’re looking! – Kittling: Books
A little bit X-Files, a little bit Agatha Christie and a whole lotta charming. If you like your mysteries baffling, bizarre and, above all, fun, you’re going to love it. –Steve Hockensmith, author of Holmes on the Range, Dawn of the Dreadfuls
A Blue Ribbon for Esri Allbritten’s Chihuahua-chipper THE PORTRAIT OF DOREENE GRAY. Not only LOL, but ALAL (a laugh a line). Best in Show. – Carolyn Hart, NYT bestselling author, Death on Demand mystery series.
Very funny and very clever. A rollicking good read! – Nancy Atherton, best-selling author of the Aunt Dimity Mysteries.
Wonderful to be hanging out once again with paranormal journalists and incidental sleuths Suki, Angus and Michael as they bicker and wise-crack their way to the truth about the portrait of Doreene Gray. All the classic ingredients are here: evil twins, haunted art and a well-dressed chihuahua. Great fun! – Catriona McPherson, author of the Dandy Gilver mystery series