From the back cover:
Brenda-Sue the white-tailed deer is back in Boston, but now Jim
the hunter has been kidnapped. Can Brenda-Sue find him and foil
a bank heist? The answer is yes!
From the Seattle Gazette:
The idea that a deer and a hunter would team up to solve mysteries
together is preposterous enough. Now, Brenda-Sue (who gets smarter
every book) can not only speak and read English, but also Spanish
and Ancient Latin; manages to drive a ferrari down Massachusetts
ave; hacks into a computer mainframe; and DJs at a local nightclub.
Barnstead's heavy-handed, didactic tone and defensiveness toward
any query concerning deer-intelligence are far too prominent in
the book. It is quite probable that some readers will question the
author's mental health. Must we endure 70 more in this series?
From a reader in Regina, Saskatchewan:
I didnt no there was deers in boston but know that I do because
I read all the books starting withe the first one 99 bottles of
deer I no I'm getting mareed there if I get a husband and he want