Andy Carpenter gains possession of an adorable Bernese puppy whose owner was brutally murdered. Few can rival Andy's affection for dogs, and he will do whatever it takes to insure that this little pup doesn't fall into the wrong hands. However, his playful new friend is valued by several... show more
Andy Carpenter gains possession of an adorable Bernese puppy whose owner was brutally murdered. Few can rival Andy's affection for dogs, and he will do whatever it takes to insure that this little pup doesn't fall into the wrong hands. However, his playful new friend is valued by several people, many of whom are willing to resort to violence to get what they want. It will take more than Andy's usual courtroom theatrics to save this dog, including a little help from his beloved golden retriever, Tara. Andy soon discovers that anyone around him is in danger, including his long-time girlfriend Laurie, and he will have to muster all of his wits to save those he holds most dear.
Publish date: August 6th 2009
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
Series: Andy Carpenter Series (#7)
I can't believe I never read this series until just a month or 2 ago, and now here I am caught up with it except for the newest one which just came out! I love Andy and all other characters in the series, even "Hatchet", and I think this one would definitely be one of my favorites. Andy gets invol...
Where has this series been hiding? This is my first book by this author and I am going to go back and read all of the catalogue. Normally, I am all about reading series in order, but I picked up right away on all of the recurring characters. The writing is spectacular and you feel like you are wa...
The latest in Mr. Rosenfelt’s Andy Carpenter series we again join Andy and his group of misfit lawyers and investigators on another murder case. This one starts off with Andy Carpenter being appointed the guardian for a rambunctious puppy destined to be a champion show dog. It seems that everyone ...
I love all of Rosenfelt's books. They are funny, touching, and usually have a plot that makes you want to continue reading. Light, yes, but lots of fun.
It is rare that I smile/laugh outloud/grin my way through a book but New Tricks elicited just that response. Delightful.