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No Kill Station: Murder at Rehoboth Beach, my first novel, is a mystery especially for people who want to save shelter animals and stop animal cruelty. The evil animal shelter director is killed on page one. Was the killer a mobster? An animal advocate? Or one of the women stalked by the victim?
No Kill Station: Murder at Rehoboth Beach, my first novel, is a mystery especially for people who want to save shelter animals and stop animal cruelty. The evil animal shelter director is killed on page one. Was the killer a mobster? An animal advocate? Or one of the women stalked by the victim?

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I'm especially pleased that the Readers Favorite reviewer liked the characters in my book. I feel like Matt, Clara and Sharon are old friends.
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My book is free Nov 3-5. I hope folks care about homeless animals at shelters, Pit Bulls and community cats will spread the word.
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Shame on you Guggenheim Museum for even considering this despicable exhibit of dog abuse http://nokillstation.net/shame-on-you-guggenheim-museum/
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This historical fiction book has a lot of relevance in terms of our politics these days.
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Backwoods Boogie by Trish Jackson is great fun. Here's my review.
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Could this man love his dog more? The many photos of people carrying their pets and children In Houston are heartbreaking.

I posted this photo on my No Kill Station page (Facebook) and shared it to the Pit Bull & Parolees fan group. It was shared so many times that 90,000 people viewed it. It's from a Reuters article. At first, I didn't know the story but this is Isaiah carrying his son's dog Bruce. The family is safe. He has touched a lot of hearts.

( I don't know the man and my donations are going to Austin Pets Alive which is saving hundreds of dogs in a temporary Houston shelter. It's no kill and I love the group.)

My name is Isiah Courtney from Houston, TX.
I know my family is not the only one that was affected by Harvey nor the only one that needs help. My family and I had to make quick decisions to try and make sure we have most things for our kids and dog food for our other child. My son had his dog (Bruce) since he was 6 weeks old and there was no way that I could leave him behind as I am hearing and seeing what others have done, because he would have been devastated. As we were helped by boat to make it on side of the freeway, we walked against the current to make our way upstream. Many blessings to the guy behind me that helped carry my son (4yrs old) while my wife had my daughter (2yrs old) and me with an 85 pound 1 1/2 yr old puppy. At the end of the day, we made it to a safe place while we await for the waters to recede before we are able to go back and see what is left of our home. Replacing the important things that were lost during this storm is my main focus such as: kids bed/crib, dog bed, kennel, diapers, clothes, shoes, etc... Anything will help, thank you and God Bless.
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We must stand up agains the KKK, Nazis & white supremacists
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Stormy was blinded by a painful eye condition. He was found running frantically around a trailer park and rescued by a Trap Neuter Return group. He now lives happily at Home for Life.
Stormy | Home for Life
Stormy | Home for Life
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