Duke, the Mayor

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August 23rd, 2016 Posted 7:23 am

We wonder if he’s interested in going national. Maybe by November? At least think about it, Duke.

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Random Amazon Review We Like

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August 22nd, 2016 Posted 8:15 am

5.0 out of 5 stars – Chet the Jet Rides Again (with a new sidekick) – Aug. 21, 2016.

Jessie Montana on SCENTS AND SENSIBILITY:
I have to start by saying I LOVE the Chet and Bernie books. I’ve read them all and would have a hard time picking a favorite. Being a dog lover, it is so great to read Spencer’s take on how Chet thinks. I see so much of my own dogs over the years in Chet. This book was just as good as all the others in the series, and maybe a little better because it really did feature Chet more than Bernie. And the addition of Shooter was just great. I just knew there was a puppy out there from earlier books and I wasn’t disappointed! If you haven’t read any of the Chet and Bernie books, I highly recommend starting at the first one and going quickly through them. I don’t know if he will write more of them as there are now 2 books in the Birdie and Bowser series which are great too. But I certainly hope he’ll continue with both series.

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Chetspeak on Sunday

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August 21st, 2016 Posted 8:19 am

A voice came from inside the house. “Yeah?” A man’s voice, rough, unfriendly, maybe even a bit familiar. I got a strange feeling in my teeth, like they wanted to press on something.

“Yo,” said Bernie.

“Huh?” said the man behind the door.

Sometimes I have trouble understanding human speech, even get a bit frustrated; other times, I wonder what all the fuss is about. Yeah, yo, huh: this was one of those other times.

“That you, Victor?” Bernie said.

“Nope.”

“Victor Prole?”

“No way.”

“Sure sounds like the Victor Prole I knew,” Bernie said. “With the prognathous jaw.”

One thing about Bernie: he could lose me just like that. I stood there, staring straight ahead, doing absolutely nothing. We were partners and that was that. Anything he wanted to try, no matter how hare-brained – and boy, in my experience is that one bang-on expression – was all right by –

The door opened and there stood a man, very big. He had a nice jaw, in my opinion, sticking far out as jaws should, a rare trait in humans.

– from THEREBY HANGS A TAIL. 

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August 20th, 2016 Posted 10:00 am

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