Some books by David Rosenfelt are "Hounded" and "Lessons from Tara." "Hounded" is part of his Andy Carpenter series, and "Lessons from Tara" is a memoir about the life-changing relationship he had with his golden retriever.
David Rosenfelt's love for dogs heavily influences his books. His murder mystery series is about attorney and dog lover Andy Carpenter, who solves mysteries and exonerates wrongly accused clients with the help of his beloved dog, Tara. In addition to the Andy Carpenter series, Rosenfelt has also written standalone mystery novels, such as "Without Warning" and "Airtight."
In contrast to his grisly crime narratives, Rosenfelt also writes memoirs centered around his love of dogs. "Dogtripping" is the account of Rosenfelt's cross-country move from California to Maine with 25 dogs. This book also relates the beginning of Rosenfelt's dog rescue, the Tara Foundation, which places abandoned dogs with loving families. "Lessons from Tara" is another canine-centered memoir, which tells the story of Rosenfelt's relationship with his golden retriever, Tara, who was the inspiration for the crime-fighting companion animal of Andy Carpenter.
Many bookstores sell Rosenfelt's books, including Barnes & Noble and Books-a-Million. They are also available for purchase through Amazon.com and are available for downloading directly to a tablet or e-reader.