A Dog at Sea

If you love Labs and mysteries as I do, the set of Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery books by J. F. Englert are for you. A Dog at Sea is the third Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery, and I certainly hope that it won’t be the last -the first being A Dog About Town and […]

A Dog Among Diplomats

J. F. Englert doesn’t miss a beat with “A Dog Among Diplomats”, a very well crafted novel of mystery and intrigue in which Harry plays a minor role. In order to keep his “inspired” Lab hot on the trail of murder, Harry offers up Randolph as a therapy dog to a United Nations diplomat. Randolph […]

A Dog About Town

A Dog About Town is the first book in the Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery series written by J. F. Englert. The second is A Dog Among Diplomats, and a third book, titled A Dog At Sea, is scheduled to be released next year. I was not sure what to expect when asked to review […]

The Art of Racing in the Rain

My initial product review is not of a device, tool, or even a how-to book. It is of a novel titled The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein. I caught part of an interview with the author on television several months ago and while the title stuck with me, all I remember […]

Imperial Dreams

With little more than rumors, stories, and the map from a dying friend, Tim Gallagher embarks on a dangerous quest through the Sierra Madre in search of the Imperial Woodpecker, last photographed in 1956. In this remote region of Mexico yet to see the modern convenience of electricity and telephones, Tim follows a trail laid […]

Gifts of the Crow

As a lifelong hunter, fisherman and outdoorsman, dad passed much of what he knew on to me, including using crows, ravens and magpies as guides; many times they led us to the game animals that they were pestering. So it was nice to find a book that confirmed many of our beliefs and observations about […]