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Moscow police inspector Porfiry Rostnikov has adapted well to life without communism. But under the Soviets, blood feuds were pursued in the dark halls of bureaucracy, and now they take place in the streets. An international drug ring has chosen Moscow as its next port of call, and the only thing standing in its way is the budding Russian mob, headed by a young man whose brutality is matched only by his madness. In a gang war of this magnitude, no civilian is safe.
As Rostnikov tries to stop an army of two-legged killers, his cohorts at the Moscow police department take on the four-legged variety. Dogfighting in Moscow is big business, and interests in this illegal sport stretch to the highest reaches of their corrupt department. In the new Moscow, death and profit go hand in hand.
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By Chris Garner on 12-15-16
Unable to play this on any of my media players..
What disappointed you about The Dog Who Bit a Policeman?
Unable to play this on anything I currently own. not this computer, not my cd player(s) nothing very sad..will not order again from Amazon..not buying new equipment..living on very fixed income..(until SS is taken away by Mr. Trump)
What could Stuart M. Kaminsky have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Nothing I love his books
How did the narrator detract from the book?
How would I know..see heading
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
frustration..gave up trying to listen to it.
Any additional comments?
Can I send it back to you??? never used if you read above
By sandra b on 03-27-16
Enjoy Rostnikov stories, not so much this topic.
I'm really enjoying the Inspector Rostnikov series about the Russian detective, but I had a hard time reading parts of this one since one of the main topics was catching a dog fighting ring and it had some dog fight scenes. I would have liked a different topic.
I think that dog fighting is horrific and would not have read this book if it had not been a Rostnikov story.