. As rachel follows a twisting trail with only Dash for protection, she discovers that her foray into “the life” could end with her own untimely death. With her cash retainer in hand—and very few leads—Rachel starts digging. Well, three new clients. Rosalinda’s throat was slashed on Halloween right after the Greenwich Village parade.
The Long Good Boy The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 6 #ad - The long good boy is the 6th book in the Rachel Alexander and Dash Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order. What is the connection between rosalinda and a dead butcher? Soon, with the help of Chi Chi’s mini-dachshund, Clint, Rachel is breaking into a plant in the Meatpacking District.
A trio of transvestite working girls want Rachel to investigate the death of one of their own.
Fall Guy: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 7HarperCollins e-books #ad - A member of rachel's 9/11 survivors group, the officer never spoke at meetings––a really hard case. But then there was the one time he took Dash for a walk around the block. A new york city police officer nearing retirement dies "accidentally, " while cleaning his service revolver in the bathroom of his Greenwich Village apartment.
When dash returned, the fur on his head was soaked with tears. Former detective turned noted author and dog trainer, Carol Lea Benjamin, returns with her celebrated dark and edgy suspense series featuring smart and compelling private investigator Rachel Alexander – a new addition to the Morrow/Avon list.
Fall Guy: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 7 #ad - Was this death really a suicide? and why would the deceased have chosen a near stranger to perform such an intimate task––especially when he's survived by a brother and sister? As Rachel sets about her work, she soon discovers a mystery from the deceased's childhood that may have led to this terrible tragedy.
. Private investigator, is stunned to learn she's been named the executor to his will––after all, Rachel Alexander, they'd only met when she was doing pet therapy with her pit bull, Dashiell.
Lady Vanishes: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 4HarperCollins e-books #ad - From former detective turned noted author and dog trainer, comes the fourth book in the critically-lauded Rachel Alexander mystery series, with a sharp new package--and for the first time in mass market! Dash, Carol Lea Benjamin, Rachel Alexander's pit bull terrier, has come to be known as half a sleuthing team.
But now lady has vanished. And the owner of the home has been killed in a bizarre and mysterious hit-and-run accident. But when not called upon to solve crimes he has another very important job: that of a therapy dog, working with people who are developmentally challenged. Rachel and dash are the perfect duo to tackle this mystery: she can find the answers and Dash can bring a sense of calm and order to the residents.
Lady Vanishes: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 4 #ad - As the pieces start coming together, Rachel and Dash not only expose an ugly plot, but also help some innocent victims find justice in a world that too often ignores them. Lady, a mop-coated puli, was the therapy dog at Harbor View, a Greenwich Village home for "throw away" people. .
The Wrong Dog: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 5HarperCollins e-books #ad - And two days after meeting with rachel, sophie is found dead, but it didn't take Dash's sensitive nose to tell that something doesn't smell right, apparently of a seizure, and that the missing vets definitely need further examination. A service dog that can perform the difficult tasks that epilepsy requires--sensing when a seizure is about to occur and fetching life-saving medication--is extremely rare, so when a veterinarian's office promises that they can clone Blanche, Sophie jumps at the opportunity.
Rachel alexander and Dash, her pit bull partner. From former detective turned noted author and dog trainer, Carol Lea Benjamin, comes the fifth book in the critically-lauded Rachel Alexander mystery series, for the first time in mass market. Sophie gordon didn't let her epilepsy get in the way of her life as a teacher of deaf children.
The Wrong Dog: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 5 #ad - But without her trusty canine companion, an indispensable service dog named Blanche, she wouldn't be nearly as well-off. Her former worries can now be put to rest, knowing that now she'll have a replacement for Blanche when the time comes. But the puppy they provided didn't have what it takes to be a service dog, and when Sophie visits the vet to alert them of the problem, none of the staff is anywhere to be found--they've disappeared without a trace.
. To get to the bottom of this clone-by-night operation, Sophie hires P. I.
A Hell of a Dog The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 3Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller #ad - With suspects including a dog psychic and a behaviorist to the stars, Rachel discovers that it’s the humans who need to be housebroken as she and Dash bring a serial killer to heel. A hell of a dogis the 3rd book in the Rachel Alexander and Dash Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
The cops are calling it an accident. How can the greenwich village pi and her pit bull, turn down the hefty fee, Dashiell, plus free room and biscuits at the Ritz? All Rachel has to do is keep the peace among the competitive diva dog trainers who have come with their prize pooches from all corners of the globe.
A Hell of a Dog The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 3 #ad - She and dash have barely infiltrated the festivities when they find out that one of the trainers, the self-proclaimed guru of a controversial obedience technique, has been electrocuted in his bathtub. Someone is killing off the great dog trainers of the world—and it’s up to PI Rachel Alexander and her pit bull, Dash, to collar the murderer Rachel has just been hired as undercover security at a dog-training symposium at a posh Manhattan hotel.
And then another. Until another trainer dies . . .
The Hard Way: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 9HarperCollins e-books #ad - Because to solve gardner redstone's murder, Rachel must disguise herself as a homeless woman and live on the streets, searching for the dispossessed man witnesses say made the fatal push. In one of the coldest winters new york city has seen in years, Rachel is helped by a homeless Iraq War veteran, a man whose sad circumstances leave Rachel pondering her own fortunate life.
A lifelong new yorker, to a difficult divorce, private Investigator Rachel Alexander has lived through some rough times—from 9/11, to cases that have taken her to the depths of the city's dark underbelly. But when wealthy business owner eleanor redstone approaches Rachel to ask if she can investigate her father's murder—a brutal slaying that occurred when he was pushed onto the subway tracks—Rachel takes the case, plunging herself into parts of the city only its poorest residents have ever known.
The Hard Way: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 9 #ad - From critically-acclaimed author carol lea benjamin, a writer the Cleveland Plain-Dealer calls "first rate, " this is another illuminating look into the heart of New York, a mystery with heartbreaking characters, and a story you'll never forget.
Without a Word: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 8HarperCollins e-books #ad - Private investigator rachel alexander and her pit bull Dashiell return in this stylish, dark, emotionally complex seventh mystery from former detective and noted dog trainer Carol Lea Benjamin. And against a backdrop of betrayal, than she's ever seen––problems that someone was willing to die, Rachel's involvement in the case uncovers issues more complex, and more heartbreaking, or even kill, neglect, and a city at times as lonely and frightening as a child's worst nightmares, for.
Rachel knows the disturbed girl can't be a murderer, but her investigation reveals that against all odds, it could be someone from her past. After all, the chances of finding a woman who disappeared without a trace––and without a word––five years earlier are slim. But it's the missing woman's daughter who touches her most deeply––a troubled young girl whose mother's disappearance has rendered her mute.
Without a Word: A Rachel Alexander Mystery The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 8 #ad - The child is also suspected of the murder of her doctor, a rich neurologist who was brutally stabbed one night while he was alone in his office. When a distraught father approaches private investigator Rachel Alexander in a New York City park, asking her to help find his missing wife, Rachel accepts––reluctantly.
The Dog Who Knew Too Much The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 2Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller #ad - Refusing to believe that lisa would abandon her beloved pet—and with only a suspicious suicide note to go on—Rachel and her canine assistant, Dash, hit the streets of downtown New York, retracing the dead woman’s steps to figure out whether she was yin to a killer’s yang. The dog who knew too muchis the 2nd book in the Rachel Alexander and Dash Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
. The path to enlightenment is fraught with danger when greenwich village pi rachel alexander and her pit bull, Dash, investigate the death of a tai chi practitioner Did she jump or was she pushed? Devastated by the loss of their only child, David and Marsha Jacobs hire Rachel to find out why Lisa leaped to her death from the fifth-floor window of her martial arts studio.
The Dog Who Knew Too Much The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 2 #ad - The tai chi instructor, sad-eyed akita, a vocation she adored, a sexy lover—and her beautiful, brains, who was studying to be a Zen Buddhist priest, seemed to have it all: beauty, who may have been the only witness to her death and is still grieving the loss of his mistress.
This Dog for Hire The Rachel Alexander And Dash Mysteries Series Book 1Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller #ad - There’s no one she can trust—especially not of the two-legged variety. This dog for hire is the 1st book in the Rachel Alexander and Dash Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order. Winner of the shamus award for best first pi novel: in the first book of carol lea benjamin’s acclaimed mystery series, greenwich Village PI Rachel Alexander and her loyal pit bull must find a killer and a missing show dog Divorced dog trainer–turned–private-eye Rachel Alexander and her canine assistant Dash—short for Dashiell—are hired by a man named Dennis Keaton to investigate the hit-and-run death of his friend and neighbor Clifford Cole, whose body was found on an isolated Christopher Street pier.
Plus, magritte, cliff’s champion basenji—a competitor in the upcoming Westminster Dog Show—may have been a witness to the crime and is now missing. The police are treating the gay painter’s suspicious death as a hate crime, but Dennis insists Cliff hadn’t cruised the waterfront in months. Now rachel is in the sights of a killer hunting her across a treacherous urban landscape.
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The Rachel Alexander and Dash Mysteries: This Dog for Hire, The Dog Who Knew Too Much, and A Hell of a DogOpen Road Media Mystery & Thriller #ad - Rachel suspects there’s more involved, as the woman would never have left her beloved Akita behind. A greenwich village pi and her pit bull hunt down killers in these three smart, witty mysteries from a Shamus Award winner. In this dog for hire, dash—short for dashiell—a hit-and-run leaves a local painter dead and his show dog, the debut of New York private detective Rachel Alexander and her pit bull, a basenji, temporarily missing.
The Rachel Alexander and Dash Mysteries: This Dog for Hire, The Dog Who Knew Too Much, and A Hell of a Dog #ad - With comparisons to the mysteries of laurien berenson and susan conant, these novels—with “excellent” writing and a “nice touch of humor”—are an involving, atmospheric read for fans of strong female PIs, especially those with furry sidekicks Library Journal. After cracking that case, rachel and dash return in The Dog Who Knew Too Much to investigate a t’ai chi teacher’s fatal leap from a window.
Rounding out the collection is a hell of a dog, a former dog trainer herself, in which Rachel, must find out who’s killing off trainers at a professional gathering at a posh New York City hotel.
Death By Chocolate The Erin O'Reilly K-9 Mysteries Book 7Clickworks Press #ad - As the detectives follow the chocolate trail back to its source, they uncover a rich assortment of suspects. Every step of the investigation reveals new motives, secrets, and agendas. Meanwhile, detective erin o’reilly is trying to juggle the demands of the case with her ongoing relationship, but mixing business and pleasure can get complicated.
. Too many sweets can cause tooth decay, cavities. And death. Valentine’s day with the nypd: love is in the air, alimony payments are due, and a two-timing dentist is dead after a bad batch of holiday chocolate. Carlyle’s irish mob colleagues have agendas of their own, along with her K-9 partner Rolf’s trusty teeth, and it’ll take all of Erin’s ingenuity and guts, to chew their way to the heart of the mystery.