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Lost Dog (A Gideon and Sirius Novel) Paperback – June 14, 2016
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Hailed as being “one of the best writers in the mystery field today” by Publishers Weekly, Alan Russell is the bestselling author of such acclaimed novels as Guardians of the Night, Burning Man, St. Nick, Shame, Multiple Wounds, and Exposure. “He has a gift for dialogue,” raves the New York Times, while the Boston Globe calls his work “complex and genuinely suspenseful.” His books have earned him a Lefty award for best comedic mystery, a USA Today Critics’ Choice Award, two San Diego Book Awards for best mystery novel, and the Odin Award for Lifetime Achievement from the San Diego Writers/Editor Guild. A California native, Russell still resides in the Golden State with his wife and three children.
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Also, how did he cuff the villain when he was wearing scrubs and had just "escaped" from hospital? Which he does regularly, by the way, but that's not an issue as I have yet to read about a hero who doesn't demand to get out of hospital against all advice. Seems to be mandatory in thrillers!
I loved the dogs, and I really liked Heather, actually more than Lisbet, who for some reason, just doesn't "grab " me.
Michael Gideon is Himself and of course Sirius is just perfect.
Burning Man is still the best of the three.
I hope this is not the end of these two.
I connected to Michael Gideon and Sirius right away. I have owned and trained Schutzhund dogs (Bouvier des Flandres), and could identify with the bond between them.
I did figure out the 'bad guy' in one scenario but not too early to have it spoil things. The other was a total surprise.
A good whodunit, with some uplifting soul searching thrown in. Love of dog and dog's devotion reciprocated, plus a couple of mysteries added, made for a good story.