Posts Tagged ‘Of Mutts and Men’



September 27th, 2020 Posted 8:25 am

On Sundays we take a look at the start of a Peter Abrahams novel including those written under the Spencer Quinn moniker. How about we work backward through the Chet and Bernie series, starting with the latest, Of Mutts And Men? There are all sorts of ways to begin a novel. This one strikes an existential note.

A rooftop chase? Who’s got it better than me?


Me on Dog Talk Radio


September 21st, 2020 Posted 7:40 am

With the always well-prepared and fun Tracie Hotchner.


Yes, Sir – There Will Be More …


September 18th, 2020 Posted 7:44 am

… if for no other reason than this: (an Amazon review of Of Mutts and Men from yesterday):

“All the Bernie and Chet books are a hoot!

For a few years now I have been reading the Bernie and Chet books (I have them all) to my grandson, who was hit by a pickup truck in the fall of 2016 and is still paralyzed and on various types of life support. Yet his mind, which was approaching genius before the accident, is still quite active and I can tell from eye movement and pulse rate that he is really into Bernie and Chet.

I can only hope that Spencer Quinn will continue the series.”




September 14th, 2020 Posted 8:01 am

A reader wrote to say she likes this little snippet from Of Mutts and Men, the latest Chet and Bernie novel:

Smoke rose into the light beam and mixed with the dust motes up in the golden air. There’s all kinds of beauty in life.

(Thank you, reader!)



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