The first thing that struck me was the likeness of the German Shepard on the cover to our
Belgian Shepard, Freyja. First edition in fine condition – check!
Here are several of the quotations, re previous titles, on the back of the dust jacket that sold me
on buying the book and will give you a good idea of what Rosenfelt’s series is all about.
“If there aren’t any real-life lawyers as entertaining, as witty, and as willing to tilt at windmills as
Andy Carpenter, Edgar-finalist Rosenfelt’s engaging series hero, then there should be.” –
This book was the eighth book in the series. When I finished reading the book, I made the
following pencil notation in the front endpaper “Read 2014. First of his books - liked it so much
started getting his books in order. Good fun.”
I have read ten of the twenty books in this series and they are all great. He now alternates a
book in this series with stand alone mysteries. Of the latter, I have read four of the nine written
to date. Quite similar in style to the Andy Carpenter series.