David Rosenfelt

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David Rosenfelt
BornPaterson, New Jersey, United States
OccupationWriter
GenreMystery novels
Website
davidrosenfelt.com

David Rosenfelt is an author who has written nineteen novels and three TV movies. His main character in most of his mystery books is Andy Carpenter, attorney and dog lover.

Biography[edit]

Rosenfelt graduated from New York University and then decided to work in the movie business. After being interviewed by his uncle, who was the President of United Artists, he was hired and worked his way up the corporate culture.[1] Rosenfelt eventually became the marketing president for Tri-Star Pictures. He married and had two children during this period.[1]

Rosenfelt left the corporate industry and wrote screenplays for movies and television. He turned to writing novels and has become quite successful in that genre.[1] In 1995, he and his wife started the "Tara Foundation" which has saved almost 4,000 dogs. He is a dog lover and supports more than two dozen dogs.[1]

Style[edit]

Rosenfelt, a dog lover and who worked with many lawyers in his occupation, created a character, Andy Carpenter, an attorney who faces corporate cultures and who is a dog lover.

Format[edit]

Rosenfelt books run in the low to mid 300 pages with 15 basic beats and about 40 scenes fairly consistent with movie and television formats.

Books[edit]

Standalone Fiction[edit]

  • Don't Tell A Soul, 2008, Hardback, 320 pages, 2009, softcover, Minotaur Books, 352 pages, Hardback – ISBN 978-0312373955, Softback – ISBN 978-0312356644
  • Down to the Wire, 2010, Minotaur Books, ISBN 978-0312373948
  • On Borrowed Time, 2011, Minotaur Books, ISBN 978-0312598365
  • Heart of a Killer, 2012, Minotaur Books, ISBN 978-0312598372
  • Airtight, 2013, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250040763
  • Without Warning, 2014, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250305848

Andy Carpenter series[edit]

  1. Open and Shut, 2002 Hardback, 2009 softback, Grand Central Publishing, 320 pages, Softback – ISBN 978-0446555128
  2. First Degree, 2003 Hardback, 2009 softback, Grand Central Publishing, 304 pages, Softback – ISBN 978-0446555111
  3. Bury the Lead, 2004, Hardback, 2005 Paperback, Grand Central Publishing, Softback – ISBN 978-0446612869
    • Selection of the NBC Today Book Club.
  4. Sudden Death, 2005, Mysterious Press, 320 pages, Hardback – ISBN 978-0892967834
  5. Dead Center, 2006, Mysterious Press, 320 pages, Hardback – ISBN 978-0892960026
  6. Play Dead, 2007, Grand Central Publishing, 308 Pages, Hardback – ISBN 978-0446582414
  7. New Tricks, 2009, Grand Central Publishing, 320 pages, Hardback – ISBN 978-0446505871
  8. Dog Tags, 2010, by Grand Central Publishing, 360 pages, ISBN 978-0446551526
  9. One Dog Night, 2011, Minotaur Books, ISBN 978-0312647995
  10. Leader of the Pack, 2012, Minotaur Books, ISBN 978-0312648046
  11. Unleashed, 2013, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250024725
  12. Hounded, 2014, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250024749
  13. Who Let the Dog Out?, 2015, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250055330
  14. Outfoxed, 2016, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250055347
  15. The Twelve Dogs of Christmas, 2017, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250145611
  16. Collared, 2017, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250055354
  17. Rescued, 2018, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250133069
  18. Deck the Hounds, 2018, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250198488
  19. Bark of Night, 2019, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250133090
  20. Dachshund Through the Snow, 2019, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250237682

Doug Brock series[edit]

  1. Blackout, 2016, Minotaur Books, ISBN 978-1250055316
  2. Fade to Black, 2018, Minotaur Books, ISBN 978-1250133120
  3. Black and Blue, 2019, Minotaur Books, ISBN 9781250133144

Nonfiction[edit]

  • Dogtripping: 25 Rescues, 11 Volunteers, and 3 RVs on Our Canine Cross-Country Adventure, 2013, St. Martin's Press, ISBN 9781250014696
  • Lessons from Tara: Life Advice from the World’s Most Brilliant Dog, 2015, St. Martin's Press, ISBN 9781250065766

Articles[edit]

  • "Whatever You Do, Don't Kill the Dog"
  • "Integrity and Humility"

References[edit]

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