By Dean Koontz
Dean Koontz’s first ever nonfiction publication, the deeply relocating tale of his lifestyles together with his stable puppy Trixie
Dean Koontz is understood for exploring the darkish facet of human nature in his fiction. yet his softer, playful part comes out whilst he talks approximately his loved puppy, Trixie, a golden retriever.
Trixie had a unique position in Dean's middle. And now, during this, his first non-fiction e-book, Dean opens his middle to his readers to provide us thoughts of Trixie, of the wonderful puppy who replaced him and adjusted his lifestyles.
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A Big Little Life: A Memoir of a Joyful Dog Named Trixie by Dean Koontz