Sandra Baublitz

New Release! New Series!

Meowing for Murder



“Murder!” he meowed.

Elderly amateur sleuth Lillian Hardcastle and her clever cat, Saber, are visiting Lillian’s sister to help her after an accident. It’s what sisters do.

Lillian knew they’d argue like they always did. But murder?

She’s shocked to find a dead neighbor in the middle of her sister’s living room. Why did the woman break in? And who killed her?

It’s time for Lillian to pick up her spyglass and Saber to prowl for clues. A killer is on the loose.

It will take one clever cat and one canny older woman to solve the purr-fect murder.



New Boxset!

A Dog Detective Series Books 1-3






Mastiffs, Mystery, & Murder

Bassets and Blackmail

Canines and Crime


New Novel!

Canines & Crime


Life is ruff.

Tranquil Valley's park committee is hosting a fundraiser to restore the town's beloved gazebo. At the event, aspiring author Clarissa Hayes and her pet detective Saint Bernard meet David Tanner, a fellow town resident who admits to a troubled past that he has worked hard to rectify. He seems like a nice guy.
Then he's murdered.
Now Clarissa and Paw, dog detective, along with their human and animal friends are on the trail of a killer. Could it be Tanner's estranged wife who scratched out his existence? Her artist boyfriend? The local cafe owner who makes pawsome treats and was dating Tanner? Or someone seeking revenge from his past?
As the gang hunts for clues, will they find the killer? Or will the murderer unleash a trap from which even Paw can't dig out?

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Here's the first novel if you missed it:

Mystery, Mastiffs, and Murder

A Dog Detective Series Novel

(New Cover too!)

It’s murder at the dog show!
When amateur sleuth Clarissa Hayes and her trusty Saint Bernard, Paw, enter a dog show, they expect to find dogs, blue ribbons, and trophies. Not dead bodies.
Clarissa’s boyfriend is tracking a suspect in the death of a dog fancier. It’s up to Clarissa and Paw to provide him cover as they compete in the show.
But the competition turns deadly when another dog owner is murdered. Are the deaths connected? Clarissa and Paw must sniff out the clues to solve the crime before the killer collars them.
Will Best in Show become Best in Death?