A Dog about Town

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Thorndike Press, 2007 - Fiction - 339 pages
33 Reviews
Harry is a man still mourning the loss of his beloved girlfriend, Imogen, who left him suddenly without a word. He' s also the owner of a plump, poetry-loving Lab, Randolph. Like most Manhattan dogs, Randolph spends his days sifting through a world of scents, his owner' s neuroses, and an overcrowded doggy run at the American Museum of Natural History. But now a bereft Harry has drifted into a circle of would-be occultists. Which might not be so bad if one of them wasn' t also a murderer.
But which one? With 100,000 times the smelling power of a human being, Randolph can quickly detect the scents of guilt, anxiety, and avarice-- and he has no lack of suspects, from a seductive con woman to an uncouth professor of the decorative arts. Now, to protect his hapless owner' s life, Randolph might have to do the unthinkable-- and start training Harry to catch a killer... .

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Review: A Dog About Town (Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery #1)

User Review  - TheIron Paw - Goodreads

I love dog centric stories, especially narrated by the dog themselves (The Art of Racing in the Rain and the Chet and Bernie series). However my initial reaction to this book was that the dog was ... Read full review

Review: A Dog About Town (Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery #1)

User Review  - Jeannine Stewart - Goodreads

I finally finished this one. It was tedious because too much time is spent on Randolph's (the Labrador retreiver's) quotes from Dante, Cicero, Auden, etc., etc. etc. and too little time on moving the ... Read full review

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