A Dog Among Diplomats: A Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery

Dell, 2008 - 305 pages
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He reads Proust. Surfs the net. Is the soul of diplomacy.
And when it comes to solving crime,
Randolph is the dog for the job.

Murder has come to Manhattan’s East Village. And when detectives call twenty-something artist Harry to the scene, his Labrador, Randolph, instantly smells a rat. Why? Because Harry’s missing almost-fiancée—and Randolph’s beloved mistress—has been implicated in the murder, which has ties to the U.N. While Harry looks to the spirit world for answers, careening between terror and wild hope that Imogen is alive, Randolph goes into detective mode, using his superior Lab brain—2.3 pounds of smoothly functioning gray matter—to surf the Net, track down clues, and even land a job as a “therapy” dog to a depressed diplomat. Suddenly the brainy, book-loving Lab has done the impossible: he’s penetrated the shadowy corridors of the U.N. (which boasts the most vicious, backbiting dog run in the city) in search of a killer. Now it will take all of Randolph’s cunning to protect Harry, clear Imogen’s name, solve the crime—and stay alive long enough to enjoy his upcoming birthday.

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Avis d'utilisateur  - sriemann - LibraryThing

A mystery with a lab as the main character, and he narrates the book - how could I say no to that? I couldn't. As mysteries go, I put it alongside the Tea Shop series that I read - more for the ... Consulter l'avis complet

A Dog Among Diplomats

Avis d'utilisateur  - flaboggs - Overstock.com

I really love the idea of a dog being able to think and express his thoughts to the reader. It is a novel add to keep you on the edge of your seat because you keep waiting for a way to communicate the clues. I love this series and cant wait for the story to continue. Consulter l'avis complet

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À propos de l'auteur (2008)

J.F. Englert, a writer of fiction and nonfiction for both book and screen, lives in Manhattan with his wife, P. Englert, daughter, C. Englert, and dog, R. Englert.

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