Random Amazon Review We Like
5.0 out of 5 stars -Best Chet and Bernie yet! – January 16, 2015
C.H. Spude on THE SOUND AND THE FURRY:
If you love a dog, you’ll love Chet. Quinn had to spent a considerable amount of time imaging what it must be like to be a smart-a– dog, because he seems to nail the type on the head (Chet would have trouble with that metaphor). In this, the sixth book of the series, Bernie and Chet leave the Valley to find a missing inventor in Louisiana. Chet adapts to the change seamlessly, and finds his new environment just as exciting as the desert. Quinn has a way of smoothly laying out one complication after another, until the whole case takes on an entirely different slant. Colombian drug cartels, Eco-terrorists, down home Cajins and a tough wearing cowboy boots mix up the commotion. And then there’s a truly sinister non-human antagonist that only someone like Chet would have a prayer at beating (but not without the help of a tough, old, one-eyed woman named Mami).
If you share your life with a dog, you’ll find everything that’s great about him/her in Chet, and Chet just might clue you into what your own special partner is thinking. If you read only one Chet and Bernie mystery, let it be The Sound and the Furry.
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