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Virtual Tour Continues!

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July 8th, 2020 Posted 8:36 am

The virtual tour for the new Chet and Bernie – Of Mutts And Men, now in stores – continues tonight at 7 PM ET. Come join us at the great Wellesley Books! Here’s the link.

And here’s a review from Buried Under Books:

“If you haven’t read the novels, why not? You’re missing out, especially as each novel just seems to get stronger. I think Of Mutts and Men is arguably the best one yet. The reader can always count on an excellent mystery/adventure, always the very best of characterizations with lots of action, and stories rife with humor. In other words, riveting page turners.

Chet is the narrator, and believe me, he’s a great one. Yes, Chet is the dog. But he’s not a humanized dog. Not at all. He thinks how a dog thinks and acts like a dog acts. Love, loyalty, and a healthy appetite all wrapped up into one package. The story gets my highest recommendation.”



Pub Date!


July 7th, 2020 Posted 7:57 am

Of Mutts And Men hits the stores today! Thanks, everybody, for your support of Chet and Bernie. Next virtual appearance is tomorrow. Link will be posted in the morning. Many thanks to Brijin and all the folks at Cuyahoga County Public Library for last night’s event. No one threw anything – my usual metric for success at an event, although that might not make sense in the virtual world.




July 6th, 2020 Posted 9:03 am

Pub date for Of Mutts And Men, the new Chet and Bernie novel (“a sterling tale” – Kirkus Reviews) is tomorrow, but the first stop on the virtual tour is tonight at 7 PM ET. You can be there! Here’s the link:



7:00 PM ET

Event landing page:



Not Beginnings (More)


July 5th, 2020 Posted 8:47 am

On Sunday we do beginnings, taking a look at the start of a Peter Abrahams novel, including those written under the Spencer Quinn moniker. But not today! With pub date for Of Mutts and Men so close (7/7, meaning there’s still time to take advantage of the preorder offer, namely the new short story – The Iggy Papers – for free with your hardcover or digital copy Of Mutts and Men, link below), why don’t we open the book to page 89?

“Too busy to make money?” Dewey said. “Check out the back seat.”

Mig came closer to the car, peered in at me. “A dog?”

“Know a P.I. name of Bernie Little?”

“The one with the dog? Heard of him.”

“This here’s the dog,” Dewey said.

“How’d you get him?”

“That’s not the point. A dog like this is valuable.”


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