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One Dog Night Audiobook

One Dog Night

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Publisher's Summary

For six years Noah Galloway has lived with a horrible secret and the fear that his rebuilt life could be shattered at any moment. Now his dread has become a certainty, and he has been arrested for the arson murder of 26 people.

David Rosenfelt, a native of Paterson, New Jersey, is a graduate of NYU. He was the former marketing president for Tri-Star Pictures before becoming a writer of novels and screenplays. He currently lives in Southern California with his wife and 35 dogs.

Grover Gardner, a Washington, DC.-based actor, director and audiobook narrator, has been a member of the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Washington, as well as Resident Director at Everyman Theatre in Baltimore.

©2011 David Rosenfelt (P)2011 Listen & Live Audio, Inc.

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    Demetra 08-23-11
    Demetra 08-23-11 Member Since 2006
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    "Always a joy....."

    I love the Andy Carpenter series and was not disappointed in this book. If you haven't ready the series...get started... its one of the best.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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    Tina Nibley, UT, United States 10-12-12
    Tina Nibley, UT, United States 10-12-12 Member Since 2017

    I'm a mom. I read for fun and to bring my family together. We don't have a TV (30 years!) and love the power of books. Read on!

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    "David Rosenfelt humor thriller...."
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    We just keep laughing at the thoughts of Andy Carpenter. Who is so true to themselves they admit they don't want another client? Andy. This humor filled book will have you wishing Andy were at least an uncle in your family because the drama AND humor would have the rest of the family chocking on their cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving dinner.

    We highly recommend. If you can, don't listen alone. These laugh-out-loud moments are best shared.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    audiophile 05-29-12
    audiophile 05-29-12 Member Since 2015
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    "Another Solid Entry of a Favorite Series"

    If you love this series like I do, you know what you are going to get. Laughs! Great characters. A superb narration. And plenty of drama that never feels formulaic.

    If you aren't familiar with this series, then what are you waiting for. Click on David Rosenfelt. Start from the beginning and ENJOY! This is one of the only series with such short entries (in terms of time) that I would say are worth the credit and more. Simply delightful!

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    Judy 03-26-12
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    "WONDERFUL!"

    Love David Rosenfelt. Grover Gardner is the ONLY voice for these books! Only wish there were more. Doesn't really matter which one you read as they are all great! Just sit back and be prepared to laugh and enjoy!

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    Easycfp 12-23-11
    Easycfp 12-23-11 Member Since 2005
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    "Sketchy side plot"
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    I love the Andy, Tara and Lori aspect of the series, and Grover Gardner really makes the books come alive. The big WMD unifying theme (without giving anything away) felt like it was bolted on to the book after it was almost finished. It reminded me of a National Lampoon article (

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    Terry 10-11-11
    Terry 10-11-11 Member Since 2010
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    "All Terrific Story, writing, narrator"

    I wish all narrators could do what Grover Gardner does - he reads the book. He doesn't indulge in idiotic accents or voices, he just reads the book - and he does it well. Since David Rosenfelt's Andy Carpenter novels are just darned good, that's all we need. This is fun, interesting, and well plotted. Even my non-mystery lover husband listens to Rosenfelt's books and thoroughly enjoys them. I want all of them on on Audible, and unabridged. I will listen and listen again and again - at some point it's a pleasure to listen to a good story with a good reader and "who done it" just plain doesn't matter.

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    another gem!! I love David Rosenfelt and Grover Gardner. The story is fun the reading rocks and we got to know more about Marcus. What fun was THAT!!!! I love Marcus. I'd put more in the review but you'll have to listen to find out.

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    Wayne Matthews, NC 10-21-16
    Wayne Matthews, NC 10-21-16 Member Since 2017

    I am a husband/dad/granddad who loves books. My reviews are my subjective opinions. My hope is they will help others make buying decisions.

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    "OK, but unimpressive"

    I bought One Dog Night and New Tricks in this wildly popular series expecting great things. These are good 3 star novels made worse by bad puns and smartass, unfunny remarks. I am disappointed.

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    Ted Lancaster, PA, United States 05-27-12
    Ted Lancaster, PA, United States 05-27-12 Member Since 2010

    Don't know what I want to be when I grow up. Trip's cool though. Use Audible to make gym-training sane... And rip my imagination.

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    "Good But... Maybe a bit too dogged?"

    I've listened to every one of David Rosenfelt's tales of wise-cracking lawyer Andy Carpenter. His ensemble cast have become friends.His plotting's usually fun AND intriguing. This time though, the intriguing part was a bit, um, flea-bitten. Instead of his usual build... the ending's a tad frenetic... like the last two minutes of an NBA game with an inexplicable court room ending. Well, ok... explained but only with a LOT of doggedness on the part of the reader. I'm hoping that Rosenfelt's not running out of steam, or has perhaps found that his doggie plotting may have skipped its leash or become somewhat lost.

    Maybe next time Tara and her fiends may become a LOT more atmosphere and considerably less plot drivers? Once again... I'd recommend as a reader that you begin this series at the start and maybe... maybe... wait for Andy Carpenter's next capade and skip over One Dog Night which may have come very close to going to the dogs.

    BTW... we know so much about Andy and his relationship with his Dad. Did he have a Mom? Does he have a Mom? Is there meat on that bone?

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    MSEreads Marianna, FL 06-20-17
    MSEreads Marianna, FL 06-20-17 Member Since 2001

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    "Love listening to this Series!"

    Every time I listen to one of these I remember how much I like this series! My rating 4.5.

    Andy Carpenter is a wealthy lawyer who doesn’t like to work. Although an excellent and winning defense lawyer, he takes cases only when circumstances compel him to. Often those compelling circumstances include a dog. Andy has a rescued golden retriever, Tara, and is co-owner of a dog rescue shelter which is primaryly operated by a friend and former client.

    Andy is currently in his usual non-working status when a young woman approaches him. She has come to ask him to defend her husband, Noah, who has been accused of setting a fire six years earlier in which 26 people were killed. Andy questions why he should talk to her husband, much less represent him. The response is surprising and gets Andy to the first interview. What he learns after that keeps him on the case in spite of seemingly overwhelming circumstantial evidence and the fact that Noah initially believes himself guilty.

    Bit by bit Andy and his team begin to uncover clues that support Noah’s innocence. The team includes a former police officer turned private investigator, Lori, who is also Andy’s love; a giant-sized muscle man, Marcus; a brilliant but negatively critical lawyer, Hike; and a computer/financial wizard, Sam. This time Sam engages the help of his senior’s computer class to help track the phone connections and the money. And of course, Tara who serves as a walking sounding board when not ferreting out actual clues.

    Andy doesn’t have to prove who set the fire to win the case. But he does have to pull together the pieces of an alternate theory so he can create reasonable doubt in the mind of the jurors. It is a bonus if (like Perry Mason stories of old) he can expose the true culprit. Andy knows he is on the right track as possible leads and witnesses turn up dead before he can secure their stories, much less their testimony.

    As the tidbits of facts are woven together, Andy’s team uncover a blackmailing scheme and connections to a terrorist cell that must be stopped. There is a last-minute rush to stop the terrorists even if security reasons might keep the FBI from using the details to convince the Judge to stop Noah's trial.

    I love the wonderfully crafted plot and the self deprecating humor in this legal mystery series. It is great to read/listen as Andy skillfully cross examines the witnesses trying to create a reasonable doubt. He begins to put together the puzzle pieces of facts that reveal the true motive for the arson. It takes attention to detail to connect the dots in this twisted chain of events that involves elements dating back over six years. I highly recommend this series to readers who love tales of solid mystery and legal procedure.

    Audio Notes: Grover Gardner is “the voice” of this series. He successfully presents the voices and personalities for each of the characters. His methodical narration contributes to the wry humor that flows through the story. Makes for great entertainment/listening.

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