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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3.5 stars When Lexy falls (or jumps?) from a tree and dies, her (and Paul’s) dog, Lorelei, is the only one who knows what happened. Paul, a linguist, decides to teach Lorelei to talk so she can tell ... Read full review

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man's wife dies — he tries to get clues from dog — strange twist Paul Iverson's life changes in an instant. He returns home one day to find that his wife, Lexy, has died under strange circumstances ... Read full review

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