DAVID ROSENFELT is the Edgar and Shamus Award-nominated author of eight previous Andy Carpenter novels and four stand-alones, most recently Heart of a Killer. He and his wife live in Maine with their twenty-seven golden retrievers.
"Readers who enjoy a juicy courtroom mystery like the best of Perry Mason will find welcome surroundings in Dog Tags. What sets Rosenfelt apart from his legal compatriots is an underlying sense of laugh-out-loud humor mixed with suspense.... Rosenfelt's love of furry friends shines in the story, creating a read that will appeal to the pet lover in everyone." --Associated Press on Dog Tags "A funny, warmhearted mystery, New Tricks moves quickly and playfully--almost puppylike--through mounting crimes, a long-distance love affair, and a secret science project that threatens to thwart Carpenter's best efforts. Three stars." --People on New Tricks "A well-plotted legal thriller packed with fistfights, shootings, explosions, murder, and gritty courtroom drama. . . New Tricks is a treat for dog lovers, but it's also a great way for mystery lovers to spend time with a terrific storyteller." --USA Today on New Tricks "An absolutely irresistible hook... No one who picks up this greased-lightning account will rest till it's finished." --Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on On Borrowed Time "The author of seven Andy Carpenter novels offers yet another outstanding stand-alone novel, sure to please his many fans. Anyone who enjoyed Dennis Lehane's Shutter Island will love this mind-boggling tale." --Library Journal (starred review) on On Borrowed Time "Dynamite thriller . . . Rosenfelt's sly humor, breathless pacing, and terrific plot twists keep the pages spinning toward the showdown." --Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Down to the Wire "This fast-paced and brightly written tale spins along. . . . Don't Tell a Soul is a humdinger." --St. Louis Post-Dispatch