Posts Tagged ‘Arf’

Beginnings (More)


October 21st, 2018 Posted 8:22 am

On Sundays we’ve been doing beginnings – all the Peter Abrahams books in chronological order, including those written under the Spencer Quinn pen name. Here from 2016 – #35, ARF, second in the Bowser and Birdie middle-grade series (available at no extra charge to adults with fake ID). As with the Chet and Bernie series, the B&B’s can be read in any order.

[“Spencer Quinn speaks two languages — suspense and dog — fluently.” – Stephen King]

I awoke to the smell of bacon. Could the day have gotten off to a better start? Not to my way of thinking, even though I knew right away that this bacon was of the distant kind, not sizzling in our own kitchen here at 19 Gentilly Lane, but somewhere in the neighborhood. Certain smells – bacon, for example – have the power to pull you toward them. What with your tiny nose – compared to mine, that is – this may be news to you. Not your fault! Don’t feel bad!

I sprang off the bed, glanced back at Birdie. She was fast asleep, hair all in a tangle, crust in the corners of her eyes, and a bit of drool leaking from the side of her mouth. No one was more beautiful than Birdie. There are times when I can just gaze at her for what seems like forever. This wasn’t one of them.



Random Amazon Review We Like


August 11th, 2018 Posted 8:49 am

5.0 out of 5 stars  – Chet and Bowser – Aug. 10, 2018.
on ARF:
I’ve been a little down this week and then I had an idea – Chet and Bowser. I’ll read a Chet book and then a Bowser book. Of course, Chet wins out because he has more books.(I think he’d like the whole winning part.) Anway, thanks for your wonderful books. They really have given me a boost this week.

Gifts For Dog Lovers?


February 3rd, 2018 Posted 8:13 am

5  Stars – Gift for a dog lover.

This was a gift for someone and they loved it.


A Hearsay Review We Like


January 29th, 2018 Posted 8:49 am

From Amazon, on ARF (second in the Bowser and Birdie middle-grade series).

Five Stars – Great Read – Jan. 27, 2018.

“Bought this for my granddaughter, age 12. She says she loves the book.” – B. Fowler



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