Man’s Best Friend

Mark Levin shares his family’s story of love and loss.

National Review Online
November 5, 2007

Mark R. Levin says he’s just done “the most important thing I’ve done in my career.” As his friends know, that’s not a line to sell a book with, it’s something he’s been saying for over a year, as he’s worked on, and lived, his new book (released this week)…  Read full interview here.

Mark’s Upcoming Television Appearances

Nov 5 – Monday – Hannity & Colmes (9 PM)
Nov 6 – Tues – Fox & Friends (8:20 AM)
Nov 6 – Tues – Your World with Neil Cavuto (4 PM)

Pocket Books News: Press Release

From the New York Times bestselling author and nationally syndicated radio host…

A Dog Lover’s Story of Joy and Anguish
By Mark R. Levin

The first time I looked at Sprite I just knew he was a very special dog. He had incredibly expressive, deep brown eyes that conveyed warmth and an openness to family and strangers alike. His mouth rested in a kind of half-smile that told you that happiness was his natural state of mind. The easy swagger of his body and ready wagging of his tail let me know that very little in this world pleased him as much as seeing you at that particular moment. — Mark R. Levin

Sprite was, indeed, a beautiful dog who captured the Levin family’s hearts from the moment they rescued him from a local shelter. And in the short time he was with them, Sprite would change their lives forever.
RESCUING SPRITE: A Dog Lover’s Story of Joy and Anguish, (Pocket Books Hardcover, November 6, 2007), by nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mark R. Levin, is a deeply personal and emotional story of life, love, and grief that is gripping from start to finish.


Vacation reading

Chew On This blog
Wednesday, September 5, 2007, 6:00 pm

As you can tell by the headline, this book is about a rescued dog named Sprite. He came by that name because his housemate in his new home was named Pepsi.

Mark R. Levin, who wrote, “Rescuing Sprite”, had never visited a shelter before, and was reluctant to enter one this time to look for a companion for his family dog.

The following excerpt was was what drew me into the story as a dog lover and kept me reading nonstop until the end.