Death of a Dogwalker

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iUniverse, Sep 29, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels
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**MIDDLE GRADER MYSTERIES GROW UP**

It was late last fall, and on the cover of the New York Post was a photograph of twelve year old Jeremy Siller standing in a city park with his bloodhound, Digger. They were surrounded by crimson stained paw prints and the headline read "Death of a Dogwalker."

Even by Big Apple standards, the crime is senseless, but this boy and his dog come to make sense of it, with the help of one potty-mouthed and loveable Detective Sergeant Joe Perillo.

Along the way they cross paths with a Columbian drug lord, some misguided and truly dangerous gang members, and a Wall Street financial writer who has sold his soul in order to save his life.

FAST PACED AND FUN READING. THINK OF IT AS COLUMBO FOR KIDS.

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DEATH OF A DOGWALKER

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

In this exciting if somewhat implausible detective story, seventh-grader Jeremy becomes involved in the investigation surrounding the murder of his family's dog-walker.Even though Digger, Jeremy's ... Read full review

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