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Something About Me and My Book:
The Dog Men by Patricia Crandall © 2008 –
The Dog Men by Patricia Crandall © 2008 –
The Dog Men
Patricia Crandall
Book Information:
Publisher: Publish America
For purchase, visit
Author available for signings in her regional area.
Contact Denise Cassino for marketing materials and scheduling
303 838 3399
Paperback: 84 pages
Publisher: PublishAmerica (October 12, 2008)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1606720856
ISBN-13: 978-1606720851
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.2 inches
Copyright © 2008 Patricia Crandall
All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical,
including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the
copyright owner.
This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used
fictitiously, and any resemblance to any actual persons, living or dead, events, or places, is entirely coincidental.
This book was printed in the United States of America.
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The Dog Men by Patricia Crandall © 2008 –
The Dog Men
Ten-year-old Wyatt and eleven-year-old Hannah uncover the dark world of
illegal dogfights when they trespass at a Vermont farm and peep through a
barn window. And when crotchety old Lester Cranshaw's dog, Paddy, turns
up missing, there is no holding him back from investigating the situation and
the kids join in. In the dead of night after the trio are captured and held
hostage at the Inglis farm, Wyatt will need all of his wits and courage to
escape In order to save the lives of his Friends. THE DOG MEN draws the
reader into a tempest of animal abuse, lawlessness, and kidnapping within
the confines of small-town happenings. A Chilling plot and a peerless
relationship between kids, adults and pets.
The Dog Men by Patricia Crandall © 2008 –
I was born Patricia Crandall in Bennington,
Vermont.Presently, I live with my husband,
Art, at Babcock Lake in the Grafton
Mountains near Petersburgh, New York. My
daughter and her family live nearby. Also
living near us is our son. I have two
granddaughters and one grandson. I devote
time to my family, writing and community
work. I enjoy reading, skiing, golfing,
knitting, walking/hiking, swimming,
exercising and traveling.
I have a vast number of poetry/haiku,
numerous articles and short stories published
in many small press magazines and a variety
of newspapers. I have won many poetry
awards and have two books in print, Melrose,
Then and Now, a historical volume and I
Passed This Way, containing poetry.
I am currently working on several mysterycrime
stories, a series of contemporary and
family short fiction and novels. I put aside
whatever free time I have for writing.
My feelings as a poet have affected my role
as a mother by allowing me to capture in
poetry the formative years of my children.
These poems are snapshots in words.
Whenever I read them, I see my children as
they were during that moment in time.
I like to write mysteries because I like to read
mystery stories. It all began with the Nancy
Drew series by Carolyn Keene when I was a
pre-teen in the 1950s. Each holiday, I would
request the latest Nancy Drew title and upon
receiving it, I would curl-up in an oversized
chair and begin reading the fast-paced
adventure. Prior to that time, I was hooked
on the Bobbsey Twins.
My first effort at writing a mystery story
detailed a long, frightening chase by a
sinister man. A dark tunnel appeared, leading
to (of course) a haunted mansion. The notso-
brilliant ending had me saved by the man
of my life at the time - my father.
The Dog Men by Patricia Crandall © 2008 –

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Bottle Mining adventures

I am presently working on a group of short stories concerning Bottle Mining Adventures. There are eight short stories involving my two retired characters, Mert and Nina. I plan to publish them in a book. More information to come. Patricia Crandall

Posted on March 17, 2009 at 4:46pm

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