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….
About the Author
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.
- Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
- Publisher: Dell (May 29, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0440243637
- ISBN-13: 978-0440243632
Another dog that narrates! And the blog isn’t bad either. Go check out A Dog About Town –– there is a lot of dog related information as well as Randolph. I think Randolph is probably the most educated dog I have ever read about. If only people were that smart. Oh and Randolph, I would love you to play 20 Questions here, but I may have to come up with more intelligent questions.