Series: Golden Retriever mystery

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In Dog We Trust by Neil S. Plakcy1
The Kingdom of Dog: A Golden Retriever Mystery by Neil S. Plakcy2
Dog Helps Those: A Golden Retriever Mystery (Volume 3) by Neil S. Plakcy3
Dog Bless You: A Golden Retriever Mystery (Golden Retriever Mysteries) (Volume 4) by Neil S. Plakcy4
Whom Dog Hath Joined (Golden Retriever Mysteries) (Volume 5) by Neil S. Plakcy5
Dog Have Mercy (Golden Retriever Mysteries Book 6) by Neil S. Plakcy6

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  4. Mahu by Neil S. Plakcy (2005)
  5. Animal Appetite by Susan Conant (1997)
  6. A Midcoast Murder: A Jesse Ashworth Mystery by Stephen E. Stanley (2009)
  7. The Back Passage by James Lear (2006)
  8. First You Fall by Scott Sherman (2008)
  9. Double Dog Dare (The Raine Stockton Dog Mystery Series) (Volume 8) by Donna Ball (2013)
  10. Too Big to Miss by Sue Ann Jaffarian (2001)
  11. The Pot Thief Who Studied Einstein by J. Michael Orenduff (2010)
  12. The Fisher Boy by Stephen Anable (2008)
  13. Fatal Shadows by Josh Lanyon (2000)
  14. The St. Zita Society by Ruth Rendell (2012)
  15. Death Claims by Joseph Hansen (1973)

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