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The dog that whispered : a novel / Jim Kraus.

Kraus, Jim, 1950- author. (Author).
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  • 12 of 14 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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0 current holds with 14 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Aubbee Library FIC KRA (Text) 33187004074643 Fiction (adult) - A Available -
Bloomfield Eastern Greene County Public Library - Bloomfield FIC KRA (Text) 36803000994348 FICTION Checked out 12/17/2016
Fulton Library FIC KRA (Text) 33187004074635 Fiction (adult) - F Available -
Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Branch FIC KRAUS, JIM (Text) 33946003110314 Fiction . 2nd Floor Available -
Lincoln Heritage Public Library - Dale KRA (Text) 70743000153933 Adult Fiction Available -
Milan Branch Library FIC KRA PB (Text) 39692000887264 New Item Shelves Available -
Mooresville Public Library - Mooresville FIC KRA (Text) 37323005267755 FICTION Available -
Morgan County Public Library - Martinsville FIC KRA (Text) 78551000526800 New Books Checked out 12/12/2016
Rochester Library FIC KRA (Text) 33187004074650 Fiction (adult) - R Reshelving -
San Pierre Branch Library F KRA (Text) 30880200029600 ADULT FICTION Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781455562565
  • ISBN: 1455562564
  • Physical Description: 323 pages ; 20 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York ; FaithWords, 2016.

Content descriptions

General Note: Includes reading group guide.
Summary, etc.: "Bestselling author Jim Kraus returns with a heartwarming tale about a dog who has people convinced he can talk. Wilson Steele is a single professor and Vietnam veteran who likes living alone, insisting it's too late for him to have a family. His mother disagrees. When she impulsively adopts a rescued black lab mix, she insists Thurman is special, and has whispered of the coming of grandchildren. Wilson brushes the notion off as fantasy. When his mother learns of her retirement community's 'no pets' policy, she forces Wilson to take the lovable dog. Wilson notices Thurman's growls do sound like words, but he knows he's just projecting his own thoughts on the animal. If Wilson is talking to neighbors on their walks, and spending time with Emily, a widow with three children, it isn't because Thurman encouraged him. After all, everyone knows dogs can't talk can they?"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Dogs > Fiction.
FICTION > Christian > General.
FICTION > Humorous.
FICTION > Family Life.
Genre: Christian fiction.

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