Posts Tagged ‘Of Mutts and Men’

The Iggy Papers


June 4th, 2020 Posted 8:29 am

Nixon looked across the Championship Autobody yard to where Mindy Jo, Nixon’s sister, was pointing out something on a mashed-up SUV she’d just brought in on the wrecker to Bernie. Mindy Jo was big and strong, with big strong arms covered with the tattooed faces of all the boyfriends she’d ever had. Once she’d pulled the sleeve of her T-shirt way way up and said, “There’s room up here for you, Bernie.” Bernie laughed. His normal laugh is the best sound in the world, but he also has a very small laugh of what you might call the nervous kind, which was the one he laughed then.

(This is from The Iggy Papers, the new Chet and Bernie short story. There’s only one way to get it, and that’s by preordering Of Mutts and Men, the next Chet and Bernie novel – see link below. On pub date, 7/7, Iggy will land in your email.)



Preorder (More)


May 30th, 2020 Posted 9:13 am

Getting some questions re the Of Mutts and Men preorder promotion. All who preorder a digital or hardcover copy of Of Mutts and Men will receive for free on pub date the brand new short story called The Iggy Papers. Simply upload the receipt to the link below. (The questions on the form re month and year of birth are required since those under 18 are ineligible.) All we’ll tell you about The Iggy Papers is that Iggy enters the Galaxatron. As for Of Mutts and Men, it features both defamiliarization and anacoluthon – but you won’t even notice!

For Hobbit – no, never tried pickle ball, but I’m under pressure to.


A Review With Lots of Illustrations!


May 28th, 2020 Posted 8:50 am


Stephen King on Of Mutts and Men


May 23rd, 2020 Posted 10:07 am

“I have been a Chet and Bernie fan from the start, and this is the best one yet—suspenseful, laugh-out-loud funny in places, and surprisingly tender. This is without a doubt the most original mystery series currently available. Chet is a wonderful narrator—top dog, you could say—but he never descends to cuteness, and Bernie is as tough a PI as Spade or Marlowe, a man as quick with his .38 as he is with a Slim Jim for his sidekick. I’m already jonesing for the next one.”


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