Sunday, July 10, 2011

Review: Dogs of War by Bradley Convissar

File Size: 109 KB
Copyright: 2011

Book Summary:
(Taken from Amazon)

After divorcing his wife of two years, Gary Lettner thinks he has found the perfect house for himself and Molly, his eight-year-old daschund.

But when the throats of the dead begin to cry out in a voice that only Molly can hear, and when evidence of past atrocities committed in his new home begin to surface, Gary finds himself an unlikely participant in a brutal quest for vengeance.

Mandy's Review:


The title's font and color coupled with the black and white photo on the cover prepares you for the promised ghost story.

Plot/Main Characters

Gary's acquiring of Molly, his divorce and the purchase of a new house all seem to be a part of a bigger plan.  Everything is going well until, one full-moon night, Molly begins behaving strangely.  That one night is the beginning of a plot of revenge that is unlike anything I have read before.

Gary is more of a facilitator, rather than a participator, in this plot of revenge ... but he plays his role willingly, especially after finding out the secrets of the house he now lives in.


This is a ghost story unlike any other.  It is emotional, informative (I learned things about daschunds that surprised me) and definitely spooky.  It's a short book, but there is so much packed into its pages that it feels like a longer novel.  I would recommend this story to ghost story lovers and to dog lovers.

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