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The Highly Effective Detective Goes to the Dogs Summary
After the state shuts him down for practicing detection without a license, Teddy thinks his investigating days are over. Then he discovers the body of a man outside his office, a homeless man whom he had befriended just the day before.
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"Starred Review. Yancey has given Teddy a distinctive voice - wry, rambling and self-reflective - that will endear this surprisingly effective bumbler to all kinds of mystery readers." - Publishers Weekly.
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Richard Yancey Author Biography
Since he was quite young, Rick knew he wanted to be a writer.
After earning a degree in English from Roosevelt University in
Chicago, Rick returned to his native Florida to pursue
a career in the arts. While teaching part time and dabbling
in the theater, he decided to take a job with the Internal Revenue Service, where he served as a revenue officer for over ten years.
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