Hair of the Dog

Free Read Hair of the Dog - by J.J. Murphy Free Read Hair of the Dog - by J.J. Murphy - Hair of the Dog, Hair of the Dog Short Story Dorothy Parker just wants a quiet meal with her dog at the Algonquin Round Table But when her waiter and then her dog become suspects in the theft of some missing veal Dorothy takes it

  • Title: Hair of the Dog
  • Author: J.J. Murphy
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  • Page: 175
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Free Read Hair of the Dog - by J.J. Murphy - Hair of the Dog, Hair of the Dog Short Story Dorothy Parker just wants a quiet meal with her dog at the Algonquin Round Table But when her waiter and then her dog become suspects in the theft of some missing veal Dorothy takes it

Hair of the Dog, Free Read Hair of the Dog - by J.J. Murphy, Hair of the Dog, J.J. Murphy, Hair of the Dog Short Story Dorothy Parker just wants a quiet meal with her dog at the Algonquin Round Table But when her waiter and then her dog become suspects in the theft of some missing veal Dorothy takes it on herself to get to the bottom of the purloined provisions and get to the bottom of a good glass of wine. Free Read Hair of the Dog - by J.J. Murphy - Hair of the Dog, Hair of the Dog Short Story Dorothy Parker just wants a quiet meal with her dog at the Algonquin Round Table But when her waiter and then her dog become suspects in the theft of some missing veal Dorothy takes it

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Comments Hair of the Dog

  1. What a good short story Dorothy is as true to herself in this story as she is in the regular length novels I couldn t swipe the pages quick enough, but I so didn t want it to end Woody is the second best partner in crime for Dorothy next to Benchley Gosh I love the Round Table These books are up and in the center of my alley Please JJ Murphy, please keep writing I ll read anything you write Is two at a time too much


  2. A BRILLIANT little short mystery Huzzah Huzzah Ha ha, this is your author speaking, so take the previous comment with a grain of salt OK, seriously now, no one says huzzah any We must fix that Anyhow, here s a little background on this short story you won t get anywhere else For one, Dorothy Parker had a number of pets in her lifetime, most were dogs And one was indeed named Woodrow Wilson, a Boston terrier At another time, she had a French poodle named Clich Woody was a very good little dog, a [...]


  3. Dorothy Parker just wants a quiet lunch, but the dining room at the Algonquin is anything but There s a big brouhaha over some missing meat With the owner steaming mad he points the finger at the likely suspects, the waiter, or Dorothy s dog One being in the vicinity when the veal was purloined, the other being a dog But in this day and age with liquor being illegal not slacking the thirst, there s fluidity to crime and punishment There s a give and a take There s a barter system that might jus [...]


  4. A very short story that s one of the mysteries that really isn t who took the veal Suddenly solved by our intrepid, clever protagonist Ms Dorothy Parker It s a fun, short read but it isn t in any way taxing as there really isn t any point trying to solve the mystery no clues, no real suspects Still worth a read if you can get it for free.


  5. Not a short story fan, but this mini mystery from J.J Murphy did whet my appetite to continue reading the Algonquin Round Table series Who would ever suspect Dorothy Parker s beloved Woodrow Wilson of stealing the Algonquin chef s veal Poor doggie


  6. Fans of Agatha Christy will enjoy this short Dorothy Parker story in which she and her dog solve a crime caper at the Algonquin Hotel The story is fun, fast paced, and full of the witty wisecracks Dorothy made famous An adorable read and nice introduction to the Algonquin Round Table Mysteries.





  7. This short was fun, it had humor as well as mystery I ve read it at least six times Needless to say I loved it


  8. Cute little short mystery wherein Dorothy Parker brings her dog to luncheon at the Algonzuin When all of a sudden poor little Woodrow Wilson is accused of stealing the veal.


  9. Good MysteryThis short story was an excellent mystery and a fun READ Dorothy solves the Case of the Missing Veal cleverly.



  10. Since I don t normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here s the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won t be reading any from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won t go out of my way to read , But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I d pick it up.4 stars I really enjoyed t [...]


  11. This is a short story, but, I really enjoyed it The humor of Dorothy Parker made me laugh while reading this I haven t read any of the full length books in this series, but I now want to.