Adventures of Sherlock Bones: Dog Not Gone!

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After being introduced to Sherlock Bones, the greatest detective in the world, Dr. Jane Catson—surgeon and veteran of the Cat Wars—is back to share an all-new mystery adventure with readers. Despite all of Jane's resistance, Bones is now living with her and her housekeeper-cook, the turtle with a jetpack, Mr. Javier. This time out, the mismatched team's investigations lead them to a case involving murder, of course, and . . . Utah. If there's one thing readers can be certain of it's that in this world, the animals are always smarter than the humans. Also, did we mention . . . Utah?
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Month9Books, LLC.
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Published on
Feb 21, 2017
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Pages
185
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ISBN
9781945107344
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Language
English
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Genres
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Dogs
Juvenile Fiction / Mysteries & Detective Stories
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