The dogs of Babel

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Little, Brown, 2003 - Accident victims - 388 pages
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After the death of his wife from a fall from a tree, a linguistics professor tries to teach his dog--the sole witness of her death--how to speak so he can learn if her death was accident or suicide.

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This book is almost physically painful at times - especially when it describes the main character's experiments with his dog. The dog is truly the hero in this story! If you're squeamish about animal ... Read full review

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Linguistics professor Paul Iverson comes home one day to find his wife, Lexy, lying dead below the apple tree. The only witness is his Rhodesian Ridgeback, Lorelei. Did Lexy fall from the tree or did ... Read full review

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