Posts Tagged ‘Heart of Barkness’

HEART OF BARKNESS COVER REVEAL!

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December 13th, 2018 Posted 9:35 am

Thanks to Bark Magazine (how appropriate!), our favorite magazine covering the nation within the nation. (The book comes out July 2, but it is not illegal to preorder it now.)

https://thebark.com/content/cover-reveal-heart-barkness

 

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HEART OF BARKNESS

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December 12th, 2018 Posted 7:24 am

Oops! Today’s post jumped the timeline! An Einsteinian type of thing! Tune in tomorrow!

 

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If They Were All Like You (Song For Chet)

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December 8th, 2018 Posted 7:58 am

Are you ready for this? A real song! And it’s in HEART OF BARKNESS – the next Chet and Bernie novel, coming in July. Our agreement with Publishing Diktat Inc. requires us to mention that it’s now available for pre-order.

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Beginnings (More)

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December 2nd, 2018 Posted 7:42 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. Now we’re onto the short stories. There are 4 Chet and Bernie short stories, all available digitally. The fourth – so timely! – is SANTA 365, in which Chet and Bernie encounter – or maybe personify? – the Christmas spirit. And for newcomers – the C&B series can be read in any order, no problem. If you want to start with the next one (HEART OF BARKNESS, coming July 2), feel free!

“There’s no Santa Claus,” Charlie said.

“Who told you that?” said Bernie.

“Esmé.”

“Who’s Esmé?”

“At school.”

“Well,” said Bernie, “everyone has their own opinion.”

“It’s not an opinion, Dad,” said Charlie. “It’s a scientific fact.”

“Oh?”

“From a scientist.”

“Any scientist in particular?”

“Groucho Marx.”

“Esmé told you that?”

“Uh-huh.”

“Know much about Groucho Marx?”

Charlie shrugged his skinny little shoulders. “He was a scientist and he said there ain’t no Santa Claus.”

“What do Esmé’s parents do?”

“Drive her to school. Pick her up.”

“I meant for a living.”

“Like you’re a private eye?”

“Yeah. Like that.”

“I don’t think they’re private eyes,” Charlie said.

“Why not?”

“They’re rich.”

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