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Random Amazon Review We Like


August 11th, 2018 Posted 8:49 am

5.0 out of 5 stars  – Chet and Bowser – Aug. 10, 2018.
on ARF:
I’ve been a little down this week and then I had an idea – Chet and Bowser. I’ll read a Chet book and then a Bowser book. Of course, Chet wins out because he has more books.(I think he’d like the whole winning part.) Anway, thanks for your wonderful books. They really have given me a boost this week.

Random Amazon Review We Like


July 16th, 2018 Posted 7:37 am

5.0 out of 5 stars – Honoring woman veterans of the USA. – 7/13/18
“An acute look at PTSD for USA women veterans who have faced combat in the military. A refreshing story for athletic women who are mentally and physically born to fight. While this is accepted in cultures such as the Norwegians, Israelis, women of Japan who are samurai to name a few, it is brand new territory for many woman in the USA.”

Random Amazon Review We Like


June 4th, 2018 Posted 8:55 am

5.0 out of 5 stars – Five Stars – May 29, 2018.
Joyce Espinosa on BOW WOW:

I love Spencer Quinn’s books told from the dogs point of view. Comedy and mystery in one book.


Random Amazon Review We Like


May 23rd, 2018 Posted 8:14 am

5.0 out of 5 stars – Powerful and Amazing story. – May 21, 2018.
I have a favorite client, who is also a bookworm and we have a lot of the same genre tastes.  She had told me about Quinn’s novels before but with the ever toppling TBR pile, I added the author’s name.  The most recent time with her though, she told me in particular about “The Right Side”.  See, she knows I love, well, for lack of a better term, “Strong badass chicks”.  She was so enamored with The Right Side that I decided to look it up as soon as I got home from work.  I was lucky enough to find an available e-book from my local library (the best invention ever, with a tip of the cap to Kim the world’s best and scariest librarian ;).

The story is about LeAnne Hogan, an army veteran who lost sight in her right eye and was facially disfigured during her fourth tour in Afghanistan.  We meet her as she is recovering from her injuries at Walter Reed Hospital.  As someone who comes from a very long line of military vets and has a great niece currently serving our country in the Middle East, LeAnne’s story broke my heart.  She is suffering from PTSD, and the writing about that is very accurate.

LeAnne leaves the hospital to head to Washington State, a place where a friend and fellow combat vet is from.  A dog befriends her and having never been a dog person, has no idea of the treasure she has found.  I don’t want to spoil the story but I finished this book in 3 days.  It made me cry and root for both dog and human, and I found it to be a gripping and powerful story.

I can’t express enough, that this book is touching, powerful and intriguing.  A must read!


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