Avid listener of fiction of all kinds. On constant search for perfect commuting / running audiobook list.
It covers GSDs (German Shepherd Dogs) fairly well (as in lots of praise...). It was classic Rosenfelt, with a healthy dose of GSD worship. What's not to like?
Sure. It's a fun read, light, fast, and perfect for the commute.
Yes, the story is entertaining and the performance is wonderful. Rosenfelt has a great sense of humor.
Humor that was infused throughout.
Always Andy Carpenter
Only got this because it was a special and am so glad I discovered it. While it is certainly no hard exercise for one's brain it is an engaging story with sympathetic protagonists.
I will be getting the rest of this series.
I read and enjoy mystery books of all kinds. This book was a great one to listen to because it was lighter than most and was easy to follow. I like to read or listen to books like this especially after finishing an emotionally charged book. The characters in this book are endearing and the references to animals are enjoyable. Mr. Gardner's narration is especially good. It is easy for me to hear the different characters and their individual personalities come through. This is the third book I have listened to by David Rosenfelt and I have enjoyed them all. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys mysteries or stories involving animals.
You don't have to love dogs to enjoy these books but if you share our love for our 4-legged friends you will especially enjoy their inclusion as one of the main characters. These stories, including Dog Tags, are suspenseful enough to keep you guessing but with such a humorous "tone" that you are also thoroughly entertained. It's a great combination! I am looking forward to the next installment in what has become one of my favorite series.
I have not listened to an Andy Carpenter book I didn't like. David Rosenfelt is one the authors I always look for when trying to find a new book. My only complaint is that the stories are so short in comparison with other audible purchases. Dog Tags has a good story line, and you are immediately sorry for the accused, cause you know he didn't do it. The unfolding of the plot is gradual and intrigueing as is usual in Rosenfelts books.
Tara and Milo, because their dogs. And Marcus because he is such an enigma.
The opening scene when Mila steals the pouch and the victim is killed.
Andy Carpenter of course. His witticisms are priceless.
I screwed up review for One Dog Night. I meant to give all FIVE STARS. Audible techinical said there 's no way to correct a review or redo
This book was OK and as usual caused some out-loud guffaws and I did enjoy it. However, it was less suspensful than some of the others and seemed to drag a bit. I still enjoyed it but not as much as some of the others in the 'dog' series.
living life and happy about it
I bought this book because I love dogs. The story was good and the narration good. It's a fast listen and if I could give it 3 and 1/2 stars I would.
Again David has out done himself. I love this book and many other I have enjoyed. I love Andy Carpenter's adventures and the way Grover reads it. LOVE IT, LOVE IT.
Loved this. The reader has a great accent so you feel you are really part of a murder mistery. You will laugh and be on the edge of your seat. Great job. I wanted to just liten to all of it at one time.