Bloodhound In Blue

Author: Adam Russ
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762796537
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He was born in rural Missouri, and it was immediately clear that he was different from the rest. He caught his first criminal when he was just two years old. By his sixth birthday, he had located burglars, missing children, drug dealers, rapists, and murderers—including Utah’s most wanted criminal. Known to friends as JJ, to law enforcement as Michael Serio’s partner, and to captured criminals as “that damned dog,” Jessie Jr., an exceptionally talented bloodhound, bayed like a sea lion that had swallowed a fog horn. Before JJ, few police departments in the West used bloodhounds, and none in Utah. But just when JJ was finally convincing naysayers, he and Officer Serio ran into something worse than resistance: the despair of failure amid high hope. JJ had been tracking Brian David Mitchell, the man who abducted Elizabeth Smart, when he was pulled off the track. Elizabeth later told investigators that on the day she was kidnapped she heard a dog baying in the woods behind her. In almost nine years of service, JJ helped apprehend nearly 300 criminal suspects in the Salt Lake City area. Here is his remarkable story, fleas and all. Click here to view the trailer for Bloodhound in Blue.

Blue The Bloodhound Therapy Dog

Author: Jan Evans Knight
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781494925291
Size: 34.45 MB
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Blue The Bloodhound Therapy Dog describes Blue's life in poetry from puppyhood to becoming a certified therapy dog. Throughout the book, are photographs of Blue both at play and at work.


Author: Kim Campbell Thornton
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9780764103421
Size: 56.41 MB
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Known ancestors of the modern Bloodhound date back at least as early as third century a.d. Rome. Best known for their trailing abilities, which make them popular search and rescue dogs, Bloodhounds are energetic and playful dogs, which makes them welcome pets in active families. Here is everything an owner needs to know about keeping a happy, healthy, active animal.


Author: Tamora Pierce
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780375892523
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Beka Cooper is finally a Dog—a full-fledged member of the Provost’s Guard, dedicated to keeping peace in Corus’s streets. But there’s unrest in Tortall’s capital. Counterfeit coins are turning up in shops all over the city, and merchants are raising prices to cover their losses. The Dogs discover that gamblers are bringing the counterfeit money from Port Caynn. In Port Caynn, Beka delves deep into the gambling world, where she meets a charming banking clerk named Dale Rowan. Beka thinks she may be falling for Rowan, but she won’t let anything—or anyone—jeopardize her mission. As she heads north to an abandoned silver mine, it won’t be enough for Beka be her usual “terrier” self. She’ll have to learn from Achoo to sniff out the criminals—to be a Bloodhound. . . . From the Hardcover edition.

The House On Bloodhound Lane

Author: Virginia Lanier
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061010863
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Jo Beth Sidden finds herself facing six law enforcement officers in need of training in the use of bloodhounds, a violent ex-husband of hers out on parole, and a high-profile kidnapping trail that may be too cold for her bloodhounds to track. Reprint. K.

Anglesey Blue

Author: Dylan H. Jones
ISBN: 9781912175024
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This is the first book in the thrilling new DI Tudor Manx series.


Author: Peter Lovesey
Publisher: Soho Press
ISBN: 1569473773
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“Peter Lovesey tosses off a real brain-banger in Bloodhounds, the fourth book in a challenging series. . . . I am mad for these pyrotechnic teasers, and this one had my head spinning.”—Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review “A perfect blend of psychology and technique.”—Boston Review “In a witty takeoff on the always titillating ‘locked room’ mystery, Lovesey’s wise but beleaguered hero Peter Diamond confronts a homicide case as perplexing as any he’s faced.”—Booklist “Lovesey gives us his laconic Bath policeman Peter Diamond in full dazzle. . . . With this especially effective conclusion, Lovesey demonstrates that his embrace of crime fiction reaches from John Dickson Carr to Andrew Vachss as he skillfully pays homage to the old style whodunit in this thoroughly modern mystery.”—Publishers Weekly “Lovesey, always something of a Golden Age writer out of his time, provides some ingenius variations on the old ‘locked room’ mystery formula, while gleefully lecturing the reader on genre lore.”—Kirkus Reviews A rare stamp and a corpse are discovered in Bath within hours of each other. As he investigates, Inspector Peter Diamond discovers that both the person who found the stamp and the victim belong to the Bloodhounds, an elite group of mystery lovers, who now urge Diamond to bring the murderer to justice. But there’s a hitch: the body lies inside a padlocked houseboat and the only key is in the pocket of a man with an airtight alibi. Peter Lovesey is the author of 24 highly praised mysteries and has been awarded the CWA Gold and Silver Dagger, as well as the Cartier Diamond Dagger for lifetime achievement. He has also been the recipient of an Anthony Award and numerous other US honors. He lives in West Sussex, England.

Man Trailing

Author: Christiane Liebeck
Publisher: Cadmos Verlag Gmbh
ISBN: 9783861279297
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The extraordinary sensory skills of dogs are often indispensable, but especially in search and rescue missions. In man-trailing, the dog’s sense of smell can be trained to find and follow vital human trails. With the aid of an object that is clearly scented with a missing person’s smell, the tracking dog can identify the correct trail among numerous human and environmental scents. Filled with the latest research and practice, this is a comprehensive manual on tracking and a fascinating insight into the dog’s unique sensory skills.

Blind Bloodhound Justice

Author: Virginia Lanier
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780061099717
Size: 35.84 MB
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Bloodhound trainer-turned-sleuth Beth Sidden is hot on the trail of a convicted kidnapper and murderer, sniffing out ghosts of the past to find the truth behind a set-up and deceitful secrets. Reprint.