The Dog Who Knew Too Much

The Dog Who Knew Too Much

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The key to a beautiful woman's tragic death is locked in a dog's broken heart.

P.I. Rachel Alexander is stepping into a dead woman's life. Hired by the young t'ai chi teacher's grieving parents, Rachel is determined to find out why their apparently happy daughter jumped from the window of her Greenwich Village martial arts studio. Wearing Lisa's clothes, studying with her mentor, meeting her friends, provoking her enemies, Rachel soon learns that even with her pit bull, Dashiell, at her side, the path to enlightenment is a dangerous place to be.

With the answer Rachel seeks as difficult to fathom as a Zen riddle, yet as close by as the victim's sad-eyed Akita, one truth begins to unfold: Lisa never would have abandoned her dog without a cruel push. . . .

Baker & Taylor
Hired by the parents of a t'ai chi teacher to find out why their apparently happy young daughter killed herself, private investigator Rachel Alexander, with her pit bull, Dashell, by her side, goes undercover to unravel the mystery. Reprint.

& Taylor

Investigating the inexplicable suicide of a young woman, detective Rachel Alexander, accompanied by her pit bull partner, Dash, journeys through the dojos, health clubs, and restaurants of Greenwich Village in search of answers


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