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The Dogtrot Murder - a Carter A. Johnson Novel

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Published (first published February 21st 2012)
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Arlena
Mar 24, 2012 Arlena rated it it was amazing

Author: R.E. Schobernd
Published By: R.E.S.
Age Recommend: Adult
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Raven Rating 5
Blog Review For: Great Minds Think Aloud
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"The Dogtrot Murder" by R.E. Schobernd was fantastic crime/mystery
read. Truly the author did wonderful job with this storytelling.
Carter Johnson worked for a group that seek vigilante justice for those who have been persecuted and wronged by the lawful legal system. Now, Carter Johnson is working as James Walkington in this story who is investigatin
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Kristi
Mar 24, 2012 Kristi rated it really liked it
The Dogtrot Murder by R.E. Schobernd is the second book in the Carter A. Johnson series. Carter works for this secret and exclusive group that seeks to provide vigilante justice for those who have been wronged by the legal system. In the first book Carter investigated a murder that produced an innocent verdict in court, but in this book Carter is asked to investigate a guilty verdict that is believed to be wrong.

Kate Menke is convicted of murdering her husband, but a friend and member of the gr
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Merle
Sep 11, 2014 Merle rated it liked it
Still liking this premise. Carter becomes a little more human each time out, too. Even more astounding, the person they help wants to join them! A society lady is framed for the murder of her wealthy husband. This raises Carter's suspicions and therein lies the tale. Believe it or not, this has a happy ending, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. If you'd like to indulge in a little revenge fantasy, you'll like these.
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