This book is the second in the K9 Spy series, and this book is even stronger than the first.
It took me a chapter or two to fall in with "dog-speak", but I am pretty fluent in "cat-speak", even if the cat is a "Chat Parisien". Once I caught on, though, the story was very enjoyable.
In this book, May hits the ground running, and then she leaves the ground, and then she's off running again. I wouldn't be giving anything away if I told you that May ends up in Paris, since "Peril in Paris" is part of the title. Paris is probably my favorite city; I even love the seedy, dark underbelly, but I have not seen all the sights that May saw in this book.
Along the way, May helps, and is helped, and makes friends. Most of the friendships I thoroughly approved; one seemed a little odd and forced, but maybe that's how it is between dogs and insects.
The near-conclusion of this book struck a wrong chord for me. There is a pivotal scene where I would have expected more remorse and sympathy from a sweet and intelligent dog like May. I'm also not sure how much of this book the targeted audience (Middle Grade) would fully understand. My preferred genre is Thrillers/Mysteries, and some of espionage and intrigue lost me for a while. Even so, this book was flat-out fun.