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  • Author:
    Carol Lea Benjamin
  • ISBN:
    0802733484
  • ISBN13:
    978-0802733481
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  • Publisher:
    Walker & Co; First Edition edition (October 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    231 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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    4.9
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Benjamin, Carol Lea. Publication date.

Benjamin, Carol Lea. Alexander, Rachel (Fictitious character), Dash (Fictitious character : Benjamin), Women private investigators, Pit bull terriers, Women dog owners, Dog trainers, Dogs. New York : Walker & Co.

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Lady Vanishes: A Rachel Alexander Mystery (Rachel Alexander & Dash Mysteries). The Long Good Boy: A Rachel Alexander and Dash Mystery (Rachel Alexander & Dash Mysteries).

Enter Rachel Alexander, private investigator and former dog trainer. Sophie hires her and Dash the pitbull to find the organization, so she can inform them. Not long after, Sophie is found dead of a seizure, or was it?

Enter Rachel Alexander, private investigator and former dog trainer. Not long after, Sophie is found dead of a seizure, or was it? There are alot of strange circumstances in this case and Rachel is determined to find out why Sophie died and to place Bianca and Blanche. Each one of Benjamin's books seems to be better than the last. I just couldn't put this book down. It was very exciting in parts, lots of action, and a very satisfying ending.

Service dogs are more than pets, more than companions. And that's why she hired Rachel Alexander and Dash, Rachel's pitbull partner in detection. Blanche would be cloned, the woman said; the doctors at Side by Side were trying to make sure that people like Sophie would always have the help they needed. Unfortunately, the puppy they gave her didn't have what it takes, and she wanted to let them know. Her mystery, starring Rachel Alexander and her canine partner, Dashiell, was excellent as a mystery, detective story, strong female protagonist fiction, etc. I really enjoyed it.

When Rachel and Dash find the missing dog, their problems escalate: a newspaper reporter prints a story . Rachel Alexander is a private investigator with one of the most formidable partners imaginable: a pit bull named Dashiell.

When Rachel and Dash find the missing dog, their problems escalate: a newspaper reporter prints a story saying that the basenji will be the perfect witness and with Magritte entered at Westminster, he becomes a perfect target.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Rachel Alexander and Dash Mystery: The Dog . This book is Dunham's story of the chaos and conflict that entered her childhood after her mother's early death.

This book is Dunham's story of the chaos and conflict that entered her childhood after her mother's early death. In stark prose, she tells of growing up in both black and white households and of the divisions of race and class in Chicago that become the harsh realities of her young life.

This Dog for Hire, The Dog Who Knew Too Much, and A Hell of a Do. Books related to The Rachel Alexander and Dash Mysteries.

This Dog for Hire, The Dog Who Knew Too Much, and A Hell of a Dog. by Carol Lea Benjamin. series The Rachel Alexander and Dash Mysteries. With comparisons to the mysteries of Laurien Berenson and Susan Conant, these novels-with excellent writing and a nice touch of humor -are an involving, atmospheric read for fans of strong female PIs, especially those with furry sidekicks (Library Journal).

Dash and Rachel are looking for a missing barkless champion basenji named Magritte, and for a killer. Meet Rachel Alexander, dog trainer turned shamus, and her pit bull Dashiell. The basenji belonged to a struggling artist found dead on a downtown pier near a sign that said "don't be caught alone. As Rachel pursues a string of clues that take her from the SoHo art scene to the world of Manhattan's homeless to the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, those words echo in her mind.

After cracking that case, Rachel and Dash return in The Dog Who Knew Too Much to investigate a t’ai chi teacher’s .

After cracking that case, Rachel and Dash return in The Dog Who Knew Too Much to investigate a t’ai chi teacher’s fatal leap from a window. Rachel suspects there’s more involved, as the woman would never have left her beloved Akita behind. Rounding out the collection is A Hell of a Dog, in which Rachel, a former dog trainer herself, must find out who’s killing off trainers at a professional gathering at a posh New York City hotel.

Rachel Alexander and her pitbull sidekick, Dash, are hired by a woman who has become involved in a bizarre scheme to clone her special service dog, who can detect when someone is about to have a seizure, but their case is soon complicated by the murder of their client.

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This story keeps you on your toes. If you can keep all the dogs stright in the story it will be a wonder. I've written about Rachel Alexxander and Dash before and she never disapoints in her delivery. See other reviews I've written about her jauts with this dog. If you like logic and fast pase then this is a book for you.
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Sophie Gordon was an epileptic. She used a seizure alert dog to tell her when she was going to have a seizure. The dog was getting old, so when someone approached her in the dog park proposing to clone her dog, she jumped at the chance to have a dog just like Blanche. In due time, she received Bianca, who looked exactly like Blanche. One problem, she did not alert. Sophie wanted to find the people who cloned her, to tell them that the alert trait that they were looking for wasn't there. Enter Rachel Alexander, private investigator and former dog trainer. Sophie hires her and Dash the pitbull to find the organization, so she can inform them. Not long after, Sophie is found dead of a seizure, or was it? There are alot of strange circumstances in this case and Rachel is determined to find out why Sophie died and to place Bianca and Blanche.
Each one of Benjamin's books seems to be better than the last. I just couldn't put this book down. It was very exciting in parts, lots of action, and a very satisfying ending.
Kefrannan
Sophie Gordon arranged to meet private investigator Rachel Alexander at the Washington Square Park dog run. There, Sophie explains why she needs a sleuth. The School of the Deaf teacher uses a service dog to help her by alerting her when she is going into a seizure. This allows Sophie the time to insure her safety. Her canine Blanche died, but before she did, the Side by Side agency cloned the dog. However, the canine Sophie received, Bianca, is unable to detect seizures. Sophie worries that the other clones will also fail to perform that task and wants the agency to warn their owners. However, the agency seems to have vanished off the planet.

Not to long after that meeting, Sophie dies conspicuously from a seizure. Rachel wonders about the questionable coincidence that her new client should die shortly after she tells the sleuth her tale, especially because Sophie was very careful with her ailment. Rachel feels obligated to find the Side by Side people and accompanied by Dash begins to make inquiries without yet realizing the danger she places herself and Dash in at the hands of unscrupulous individuals.

THE WRONG DOG is an exciting mystery filled with intelligence, humor, and a dash of Manhattan. The enjoyable yet educating story line is fun to read as the plot centers on cloning, disabilities, and an exhilarating investigation by one of the better female detectives as well as one of the better animal detectives in a current series. Fans will want to read Carol Lea Benjamin's other well-written canine tales.

Harriet Klausner