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December 2nd, 2016 Posted 7:35 am

5.0 out of 5 stars – Another fun read! – November 29, 2016.

Jennifer Wilder on PAW AND ORDER:
Love these cleverly written books. Goes without mentioning Chet is the best! Chet gives insight into my own lovable, entertaining shepherd whose antics are well known!

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Random Amazon Review We Like

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October 29th, 2016 Posted 8:13 am

5.0 out of 5 stars – They are easy to read and they are full of joy of … Oct. 27, 2016.

Raphael Ketani on PAW AND ORDER:
Spencer’s novels are the only novels I can read now. They are easy to read and they are full of joy of life. I am looking forward to find more of his novels.

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Chetspeak On Sunday

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May 29th, 2016 Posted 8:37 am

“This is America,” Bernie said. “You’re welcome to your opinion.”

The biker dude turned to the biker gal beside him. Hey! She had the same kind of neck, thicker than her head. Had I ever seen that on a woman before? I was trying to remember when the biker dude spoke in a high little voice. “You’re welcome to your opinion.” The biker gal thought that was funny. So did a bunch of the other bikers, all of them now looking our way. “My point exactly, pretty boy,” the biker said, now back to his normal voice, rough and loud. “This. Is. America.”

Pretty boy? Was he agreeing with me that Bernie had the best face in the world? I went back and forth on that. Meanwhile the biker dude was saying, “Your piece of crap ride ain’t American. Makin’ you a traitor, as well as a sexual deviator.”

It got very quiet out on the deck at Ti-Pierre’s Cajun BBQ, so when Bernie spoke every word was clear. “You’re embarrassing yourself,” he said.

– from PAW AND ORDER.

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What’s In A Name?

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April 15th, 2016 Posted 8:52 am

Mrs. Publicist: Fifteenth of the month – time for What’s In A Name, where Spence takes us behind the scenes in the Chet and Bernie series.

Spencer Quinn: But not too far!

Mrs. P: Meaning into the shadowy depths of your subconscious?

SQ: Now you’re scaring me. Today I thought we’d discuss Victor D. Ferretti, the high-up federal investigator in PAW AND ORDER.

Mrs. P: The one who uses the expression about the tail wagging the dog in Chet’s presence?

SQ: That’s him.

Mrs. P: Chet got sidetracked by that, as I recall, possibly missing the rest of the scene.

SQ: A whole chapter, I think. As for Ferretti the investigator, the inspiration was ferret, of course, a relentless digger. I thought the formality of Victor D. went nicely with that, kind of the way the animals in The Wind in the Willows are dressed so tweedily.

Mrs. P: Thanks, Spence! See you next month for more of What’s In A Name!

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