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One Good Dog

A Novel

by Susan Wilson

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One Good Dog by Susan Wilson
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  • Published in USA  Mar 2010
    320 pages
    Genre: Novels

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Penny

Exceptional
Very very good. Kept my interest, relatively light read. No real mystery or "who done it"....just life. Love good animal books anyway. This was really very good.
Tom Greer

It's Not a Dog Book
Just read it!
I am not a lover of dogs, but I do love people. I am not necessarily an animal lover but I like to watch them, as long as they're not mine. This book is not about dogs; it's a book about people and how they react. And in the case of Adam March, it's the story of his progression. This is truly a human interest story. It will make you smile, it will cause you anger, it will make you laugh, and it will probably make you cry. Again, just read it!
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