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Publisher's Summary

When his mentor, Joe Dagorian, director of admissions at prestigious Eastern College, is murdered during a fund-raising event, Steve Levitan feels obliged to investigate. He and his golden retriever, Rochester, go nose to the ground to dig up clues, including a bloody knife and some curious photographs. But will Steve's curiosity and Rochester's savvy save them when the killer comes calling?
Second in Neil S. Plakcy's Golden Retriever Mysteries, The Kingdom of Dog is funny and charming - and who can resist a gregarious golden character like Rochester?
©2011 Neil S. Plakcy (P)2013 Neil S. Plakcy
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5 out of 5 stars
By Beatrice on 12-29-14

Great Follow Up

This is a great follow up to the first book. It's well written and has a fast pace. I enjoyed it immensely. I will listen to the next book.

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1 out of 5 stars
By VictoryRider on 08-29-17

Barking up the wrong tree

Very simplistic writing. A guy who repeatedly refers to himself as smart should display it once in awhile. I find it hard to believe the author is a dog owner. The dog is fed a steady diet of crappy people food. Much of it at the table. The police would never interact with a witness to a crime let alone a civilian as written here. Take a pass.

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