A review of Death on Telegraph Hill: A Sarah Woolson Mystery by Shirley Tallman. Read Chapter One here:
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Coming Up Next…
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Roam is a novel by Alan Lazar about a lost dog. As summarized by the Sacramento Bee: “Nelson is half-poodle, half-beagle and a natural-born wanderer. One day he roams too far from home and his beloved owner, Katey, and finds himself lost. His determined odyssey of trying to reunite (with Katey) spans eight adventurous years.”
According to the official synopsis from Simon and Schuster: “Roam follows Nelson on his eight-ear stray from home, until one day he is miraculously reunited with his family. Through it all, Nelson maintains his optimistic spirit and unflagging yearning for the Great Love, his first owner, a concert pianist named Katey. He never stops longing for her, and she in turn never stops searching for him.”
Bookpage said that, “(Roam) will likely be added to bookshelves that include titles like Dewey the Library Cat, The Art of Racing in the Rain and The Story of Edgar Sawtelle.” Publisher’s Weekly added, “Nelson’s adventures on the fringe are fascinating… a touching page-turner…”
I think that anyone who loved Huck: The Remarkable True Story of… One Lost Puppy by Janet Elder (Broadway, $15.00, 301 pages; also available as a Nook Book and Kindle Edition download) will also probably like or love Roam. You can click on the link below to read the first chapter of Roam: A Novel with Music by author-composer Alan Lazar.
Roam: A Novel by Alan Lazar (Atria Books, $22.00, 336 pages). Also available in e-book editions (Kindle and Nook Book), and as an unabridged audiobook read by Patrick Lawlor.
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