Friday, October 14, 2022

Friday Memes: Muzzled by David Rosenfelt

 Happy Friday everybody!

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The boat was in international waters, just outside the three-mile limit.
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I turn and see Norman Trell, one of the better prosecutors in the county. He's not in any way brilliant, no future law school students are going to study his trial tactics, but he's incredibly diligent. He treats every fact, no matter how obscure, as crucial. That way he is never surprised, and he is certainly never outworked.
This week I am spotlighting Muzzled by David Rosenfelt. It is book 21 in the Andy Carpenter series. I'm skipping around in this series since I'm waiting for deals on the books. Luckily, they can be read in any order. Here is the description from Amazon:
In David Rosenfelt's Andy Carpenter mystery, Muzzled, Andy and his beloved golden retriever, Tara, are back on the case as a favor to a friend.

Andy Carpenter is a lawyer who would rather not practice law. He'd rather spend his time working with the Tara Foundation, his dog rescue organization, and being with his family and his two dogs, Tara and Sebastian. But when a friend asks him for a favor that involves both dogs and his lawyerly expertise, he can't say no.

Andy's friend Beth has found a stray that seems to have belonged to a murder victim--in fact, the man and two of his colleagues died in an explosion a few weeks ago. But when the murdered man contacts Beth, asking for his dog back, Andy knows there must be more to the story. The man claims his life is in danger, and that's why he disappeared. As much as Andy doesn't want to get involved--anything to avoid a new case--he can't help but come to the rescue of a man who'd risk everything, even his life, to reunite with his dog.

Once again, David Rosenfelt delivers suspense and laughter in equal measure in another engaging mystery from "one of the most unforgettable voices in the genre." (Associated Press)


  1. I haven't read anything by David Rosenfelt, but he did appear on my radar when I was looking for books featuring Wirehaired Terriers. I really need to read one of his books! They do sound lovely.

    I hope you enjoy your book and your weekend.

    Elza Reads

  2. The book cover is kind of cute, but the story seems pretty serious. I like the quotes.

  3. I've heard of these books. They sound interesting. I like a series where you can jump around.

    Have a great weekend!

    Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
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  4. Love the retriever on the cover! :-) Happy weekend!


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