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Chetspeak on Sunday! Even Though …

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June 2nd, 2014 Posted 7:49 am

“Like maybe you think I’m delusional,” Sherry said. “If I’m delusional, how do you explain this?” She held out her hand. A huge ring glittered and sparkled on one of her fingers. “Ric gave it to me Saturday night.”

“So you’re engaged?” Bernie said.

“Engaged? Wh at would an engagement ring be doing on this finger?” She stuck up her middle finger, possibly to give Bernie a better view. “We’re talking four flawless carats here, Bernie.”

“Very pretty.”

– from Tail of Vengeance, the new C&B e-short, coming July 8.

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Tail of Vengeance

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May 29th, 2014 Posted 8:09 am

“I understand President Obama will be announcing this later today,” Admin says, “but is is true that the new e-short story, coming July 8, will no longer be called The Teitelbaum Divorce?”

“Correct,” says Spence. “The new title is Tail of Vengeance.”

“And the reason?”

“It’s all part of the fun of publishing.”

“There is a lot of fun in it, isn’t there?”

“For the willing.”

Welcome Barkley.

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Publishing Schedule

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May 6th, 2014 Posted 8:12 am

July 8 – The Teitelbaum Divorce (the new Chet and Bernie e-short story).

Also July 8 – paperback of The Sound and the Furry.

August 5 – Paw and Order (the new Chet and Bernie novel).

“Hey,” says Admin, “I just read The Teitelbaum Divorce. It was lying on your desk.”

“And?”

“And I thought it was kind of like Divorce, Italian Style. Except American style.”

“I don’t get it. Bernie reminds you of Marcello Mastroianni?”

“Oops. Gotta take this call.”

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Chetspeak on Sunday

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May 4th, 2014 Posted 7:45 am

“Chet – let’s get a move on, buddy.”

Chet? That was me, and getting a move on was my kind of thing. Plus here at K-9 School they were big fans of me coming when my name was called – pretty soon after, in fact, if you wanted a treat. Which I always did. But at this particular moment, I had just lifted my leg, and once started in on something like that, there’s really no stopping till it’s over, as you probably know. I’m not referring to the brief leg lift for marking purposes, over and done with in a flash. This was the other kind, much longer lasting, and often a peaceful break in the day, where the mind can wander in a pleasant sort of –

“Chet!”

I finished up and trotted over to Officer Bobby Torres. Bobby gave me a funny look. I gave him a funny look back. His eyes, dark and watchful, narrowed a bit, and he wrote something on his clipboard. I yawned. Bobby opened the back door of his black-and-white.

“In,” he said.

– from A Cat Was Involved, the first Chet and Bernie e-short story. (#3, The Teitelbaum Divorce, comes out July 8.)

Welcome Bob (security expert).

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