A Dog at Sea: A Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery
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A Dog at Sea: A Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery (Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery #3)

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A CANINE CRUISE. A STORM OF MURDER. A LABRADOR NAMED RANDOLPH: OVERWEIGHT, OVERLY INTELLIGENT—AND OVERBOARD…

For Randolph and his owner, Harry, a struggling artist, it was dog heaven: a pet lovers cruise filled with canine experts and gung-ho trainers—plus plenty of art lectures for Harry and midnight buffets for Randolph. The two have come on board to follow clues that th...more
ebook, 250 pages
Published December 29th 2009 by Dell (first published October 27th 2009)
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Belinda
This book was truly terrible. How often do you fall asleep while reading the last ten pages of a mystery, when the murderer is about to be revealed?
I found Randolph to be completely pompous and dull. I won't spend any time on the rest of the books in this sad series.
Mark
Bordering on smart and intermittently funny (the spoof of Cesar Millan in Englert's character the "Dog Mutterer," who uses his trademarked Tourette's commands to control dogs, is welcome, though rather overdone), but out of control (dogs can talk to each other but don't -- on a cruise ship full of dogs --until the second-to-last chapter; Randolph has a phenomenal sense of smell but never detects the very object of the main characters' voyage, his lost mistress...). And having the dog narrate in...more
Susan
An inconclusive ending mars this story, told by Randolph, an erudite Lab who, with his master, artist Harry, are on a pet cruise, hoping to find Harry's girlfriend and Randolph's original owner, Imogene. When a woman onboard commits suicide, Randolph is sure that her husband, pet mutterer Milton Tabasco, is the culprit. But there's more to the story than that. Apparently two earlier books describe Imogene's supposed death and her flight from forces trying to wrest her family's uranium fortune aw...more
Nikki
Love Randolph, didn't like ending at all. Wanted it to end with a coherent ending and I do not feel it did. Series books have some kind of ending an this one just left everyone on the lurch including the characters....I think they where left on the boat!
Lori Whitwam
It sure was nice to be reunited with Randolph. Missed his chubby labby self. Interesting characters... the ending might be a bit more cliff-hanger-y than I like, but it was a fun read.
Stefan
A funny, often hilarious mystery narrated by a well-read Labrador retriever. I thoroughly enjoyed this engaging, well-constructed novel.
Anna Rossi
Very funny book. It's interesting to see the world through a labrador's eyes.
Danielle
I still love Randolph, but the books are losing their appeal.
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