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October 22nd, 2013 Posted 8:00 am

Another Fine Mess!
By Bill Ellingsen (Duluth, MN)

The Sound and the Furry: A Chet and Bernie Mystery (Kindle Edition)
“Bernie, Bernie, Bernie,” I’m sure Chet must have said to himself. “That fifty grand could have gotten us out of hock, kept the Porsche tip-top, and had us eating like kings.” Read the book, and I bet you’ll be thinking the same thing.

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Random Amazon Review We Like


October 16th, 2013 Posted 8:39 am

May be the BEST book in the Series, yet!

I read the book twice already. Might read it again tonight! Chet’s doggy commentary on everything and anything was amusing from the very first page. I laughed out loud during the scene with Pyro… even though I’m still puzzled as to why or how such a dire chapter could become so incredibly funny. As my title says, this may be my favorite book in the Chet series so far.

AnniMeade on The Sound and the Furry.


Random Amazon Review We Like


October 8th, 2013 Posted 8:00 am

A Language-Lover’s Delight,¬†October 7, 2013
I am a retired English teacher, and love the English language. What could be better than an interesting adventure told by a dog named Chet who has more muscle than brains! He rides shotgun for his owner, detective Bernie Little, who converses with Chet mostly in puns and idioms which Chet puzzles over but never understands. For instance, someone tells Bernie he is “wet behind the ears”. Well, Chet examines Bernie’s ears, finds them dry, and then licks the closest one.” Now it’s wet,” he thinks. This stuff goes on and on. There is also a lot of excitement as the duo try to find a missing man in the deep South, and end up in the Gulf more than once. You will love this book!

– buzzwordz on The Sound and the Furry.

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From the Cape Cod Times


October 7th, 2013 Posted 9:16 am

“The Sound and the Furry: A Chet and Bernie Mystery,”¬†Spencer Quinn (Atria Books, ISBN 978-1-4767-0322-0, 311 pages, $25)

Leave it to Spencer Quinn (aka Peter Abrahams of Falmouth) to come up with another clever and hilarious outing for canine narrator Chet and his human, Bernie, as they head to the bayous of Louisiana, where there’s a potential crime and a lot of other exotic smells for Chet to check out. Previous titles in this fun series include: “Dog On It,” “Thereby Hangs a Tail,” “To Fetch a Thief,” “The Dog Who Knew Too Much” and “A Fistful of Collars.” – Melanie Lauwers

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