Hounding the Pavement

Hounding the Pavement

A Dog Walker Mystery

Large Print - 2009
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Ellie Engleman has ditched her dog-eared career, her pantyhose, and her cur of a husband for her dream job as a dog walker on Manhattan's swanky Upper East Side. In addition to her canine charges, Ellie has her own dog, a Yorkiepoo named Rudy she adopted from the animal shelter, and she realizes early on that she can communicate with Rudy. In fact, she can "talk" to all of her clients' dogs, which makes her a very special caretaker. Life is fine until she discovers the dead body of a client and realizes that his prizewinning bishon is missing. But when she and Rudy go on the hunt, she falls into the arms of a handsome Big Apple homicide detective and into the sights of a killer who wants Ellie to let sleeping dogs lie.
Publisher: Thorndkike, Me. : Center Point Pub., c2009.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9781602854741
Branch Call Number: LP FIC MACC
Characteristics: 382 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.


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Apr 16, 2015

Very good book!!

Jan 21, 2012

Good series. The premise is a bit cute (dog walker that can talk to dogs) but the writing/pacing/plotting stands up.

bookfanatic1979 Sep 13, 2011

I’m not sure how I feel about this series yet. This is the first book, and I know those can be a little rocky until the author hits her stride. None of the characters really grabbed me, but I’m willing to give the series a second shot.

Feb 18, 2010

so far very cute, seems typical of how most female mystery books as far as the plot goes. But thats perfectly okay.
considering dog walking myself...its something I find relate-ably fun.

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