J.F. Englert

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J. F. Englert is an American fiction novel writer, non-fiction writer, and screen writer. He resides in Manhattan, New York. He is married to P. Englert, has a daughter named C. Englert, and a dog called R. Englert.[1][2] Among his fiction novels include the Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery Series:[3] A Dog About Town,[4][5] A Dog Among Diplomats, and A Dog At Sea, which protagonize the dog narrator, Randolph, a Labrador retriever.[2][6][7]

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  1. ^ J. F. Englert, Author Spotlight, randomhouse.ca
  2. ^ a b J.F. Englert, author spotlight, randomhouse.com
  3. ^ J.F. Englert, Amapedia.amazon.com
  4. ^ A Dog About Town by J. F. Englert, barnesandnoble.com
  5. ^ A Dog About Town by J. F. Englert, barnesandnoble.com
  6. ^ The Intelligent Dog’s Guide To A Troubled World Home of Randolph, The Labrador Retriever (Writer), Archive for October, 2009, adogabouttown.com, October 13, 2009
  7. ^ The Intelligent Dog's Guide To A Troubled World Home of Randolph, The Labrador Retriever (Writer), adogabouttown.com, October 29, 2009