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T of Maine and a million miles away from everything she's lost She leaves her career as a psychologist behind only to find friendship with a woman whose brain misfires in the most wonderful way and a young girl who is trying to disappear Rocky a uirky and fallible character discovers the healing process to be agonizingly slowBut then she meets LloydA large black Labrador retriever Lloyd enters Rocky's world wit. What the fuck did I just readDid she really just do thatI cant evenDone that was fucking beyond nastyview spoilerShe just dumped her husbands ashes in a restaurants fryer Now that the last of Bob was deep fried hot and salty she didn t want Johnny to change the oil right away Customers who came for the solace of hot greasy food would taste the fooking almighty sweetness of BobExcuse me while I go to the bathroom and vomit up my lunch hide spoiler Electing Judges uirky and fallible character discovers the healing process to be agonizingly slowBut then she meets LloydA large black Labrador retriever Lloyd enters Rocky's world wit. What the fuck did I just readDid she really just do thatI cant evenDone that was fucking beyond nastyview spoilerShe just dumped her husbands ashes in a restaurants fryer Now that the last of Bob was deep fried hot and salty she didn t want Johnny to change the oil right away Customers who came for the solace of hot greasy food would taste the fooking almighty sweetness of BobExcuse me while I go to the bathroom and vomit Encounters with Rauschenberg up my lunch hide spoiler

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A poignant and unforgettable tale of love loss and moving on with the help of one not so little dogRocky's husband Bob was just forty two when she discovered him lying cold and lifeless on the bathroom floor and Rocky's world changed forever uitting her job chopping off all her hair she leaves Massachusetts reinventing her past and taking a job as Animal Control Warden on Peak's Island a tiny speck off the coas. Opening Line Bob had left the food carton on the counter the night before and it now smelled of grease and fishAs a dog lover I was enchanted by LOST AND FOUND but just about anyone will be able to find something to like within this engaging story Filled with love loss adventure and even a little mystery this is a story about the ability of the human and dog spirit to carry on and just what grief can reduce us to Full of very real and charming characters a surprising whodunit storyline and a suspense filled yet ultimately uplifting ending As we begin the main character Rocky discovers her husband lying lifeless on the bathroom floor She tries using CPR to revive him but for Bob it s just too late This forever sets into motion the abrupt transformation of Rocky s world Unable to continue with her job as a psychologist can she really help anyone while she s insane with grief Rocky cuts off the hair that Bob loved takes a leave of absence and moves to a small island off the coast of Maine There she takes a job as Animal Control Warden A job of which she knows nothing about but one that s thankfully a million miles from her old life Not having told anyone about her past Rocky is able to settle into a rather anonymous form of island life free from the I m so sorrys and concerned looks of friends But the grieving process is proving harder than she thought and its not until she discovers a black lab with a arrow sticking out of his shoulder that the healing truly begins Once Lloyd enters the scene he fast becomes the focal point of the story pulling in a host of great secondary characters like her crotchety but compassionate boss a pained teenager suffering with anorexia or the delightful old woman with sythesia Rocky then begins a search for the truth behind the arrow in Lloyds shoulder Inadvertently taking up archery in the process and getting pulled into a mystery that will endanger both her and her new canine best friend s lives This was a surprisingly great read with characters so real and well done that I didn t want their stories to end Jacueline Sheehan has also managed to capture the inner workings of a dog perfectly giving him a uniue personality I did find it a little strange however that half way through a singular POV book she suddenly decided to add some secondary ones almost as an afterthought I enjoyed their perspectives though especially Lloyds She also repeats some of her characters back stories unnecessarily In the end I was just glad to read a dog story without the usual heartbreaking ending think Marley or Enzo Cheers The Moon Platoon (Space Runners, unforgettable tale of love loss and moving on with the help of one not so little dogRocky's husband Bob was just forty two when she discovered him lying cold and lifeless on the bathroom floor and Rocky's world changed forever The Echo (The Anomaly Quartet, uitting her job chopping off all her hair she leaves Massachusetts reinventing her past and taking a job as Animal Control Warden on Peak's Island a tiny speck off the coas. 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H a primitive arrow sticking out of his shoulder And so begins a remarkable friendship between a wounded woman and a wounded lovable beast As the unraveling mystery of Lloyd's accident and missing owner leads Rocky to an archery instructor who draws her in even as she finds every reason to mistrust him she discovers the life altering revelation that grief can be transformed and joy does exist in unexpected plac. This book turned out to be so much than I was expecting For some reason I thought it was going to be a light fluffy chick lit read which I love but it proved to be much darker in a good way I loved the parts about synesthesia which I find fascinating and I thought the author did a really good job depicting the stages of grieving including the occasional irrationality of a person and an animal facing a loss so deep they re not sure they ll ever return from it Highly recommended

  • Paperback
  • 278
  • Lost Found
  • Jacqueline Sheehan
  • English
  • 02 March 2017
  • 9780061128646

About the Author: Jacqueline Sheehan

Jacueline Sheehan PhD is a fiction writer and essayist She is also a practicing psychologist She is a New Englander through and through but spent twenty years living in the western states of Oregon California and New Mexico doing a variety of things including house painting freelance photography newspaper writing clerking in a health food store and directing a traveling troupe of hi



10 thoughts on “Lost Found

  1. says:

    This book was kind of weird I think the author had a pretty good idea for the main plot of the story a widow who is grieving for her husband rescues a dog who is grieving for his owner However it seemed like she was trying too hard to make th

  2. says:

    Opening Line Bob had left the food carton on the counter the night before and it now smelled of grease and fishAs a dog lover I was enchanted by LOST AND FOUND but just about anyone will be able to find something to like within this engaging s

  3. says:

    I always have a hard time writing reviews especially with books I rate less than four stars But I feel it's even important to offer a review when it's low stars SoThis was an easy read and I think the author has than a few good stories to share But the writing is not good and is the reason I could not give this book three stars And that is saying something because I am rarely bothered by these things The main character and a lo

  4. says:

    This book was dripping in sadness and grief It didn’t make me weepy or a sobbing mess but I did read it with a constant pain in my chest al

  5. says:

    Given that this story includes a dog Note A dog is on the cover so I had to buy it a woman in early mid life and archery all things I can relate to I thought the book was sure to be a winner for me But I was disappointed The characters didn'

  6. says:

    What the fuck did I just readDid she really just do thatI cant evenDone that was fucking beyond nastyview spoilerShe just dumped her husbands ashes in a restaurants fryer Now that the last of Bob was deep fried hot and salty she didn't want Johnny to change the oil right away Customers who came for the solace of hot greasy food would taste the fooking almighty sweetness of BobExcuse me while I go to the bathroom and vom

  7. says:

    This book turned out to be so much than I was expecting For some reason I thought it was going to be a light fluffy chick lit read which I love but it proved to be much darker in a good way I loved the parts about synesthesia which I find fascinating and I thought the author did a really good job depicting the stages of grieving including the occasional irrationality of a person and an animal facing a loss s

  8. says:

    A wonderful read for dog lovers There were definitely a few scenes where I held my breath and was very anxious but not a tear jerker because when the book ends Cooper the dog is still there not really a spoiler b

  9. says:

    I read this today expecting to like it I mean it's a cute dog for crying out loudThe story is of a woman whose husband has died who finds a dog whose owner has died The dog had been shot with an arrow which drives the woman to find out what happensAfter the books I've read over the last couple of days on topics I didn't expect to like such as German war criminals and Jewish assassins and horse racing I found this was the only one I really

  10. says:

    I’m only 100 pages into this book and I’m already completely annoyed To begin with we meet the main character when she’s angry at her hus

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