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Repeat Post: By Order Of Mrs. Publicist

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June 25th, 2022 Posted 8:02 am

Publishing schedule:

June 28 – Short Tails, the new Chet and Bernie short story collection (digital).

July 5: Tender Is The Bite (paperback edition)

August 9: Bark To The Future, the brand new Chet and Bernie novel.

All are now available for preorder. That way you won’t have to worry! Your worries will be free to roam elsewhere!

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Publishing Schedule

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June 21st, 2022 Posted 6:53 am

For those interested in Chet and Bernie:

June 28 – Short Tails, the new Chet and Bernie short story collection (digital).

July 5: Tender Is The Bite (paperback edition)

August 9: Bark To The Future, the brand new Chet and Bernie novel.

All are now available for preorder. That way you won’t have to worry! Isn’t there enough worry in the world already?

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Publishing Schedule

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June 3rd, 2022 Posted 6:42 am

June 28 – Short Tails, a digital collection of 3 Chet and Bernie short stories, never before publicly available. $2.99! That’s nothing these days. Almost literally.

July 5 – the paperback – and I know some of you wait for the paperback editions – of Tender Is The Bite, the
Chet and Bernie novel that came before It’s A Wonderful Woof.

August 9 – Bark To The Future, the brand new C&B novel!

All three can be legally pre-ordered!

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Beginnings

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May 15th, 2022 Posted 8:58 am

On Sunday we do beginnings, taking a look at the start of a Peter Abrahams novel, including those written under the Spencer Quinn moniker™. There used to be a time when you could live a reasonable American life without paying too much attention to the world of politics. Politics comes up in two Chet and Bernie novels – I hope in a more entertaining way than … well, let’s leave it at that. The more recent of the two is Tender Is the Bite. And away we go!

“I think we’re being followed,” Bernie said.

That had to be one of Bernie’s jokes. Have I mentioned that he can be quite the jokester? Probably not, since we’re just getting started, but who else except Bernie would even think of saying that? We were creeping along at walking speed on the East Canyon Freeway at rush hour, stuck in an endless river of traffic – of course we were being followed, followed by too many cars to count! Not only too many for me to count – I don’t go past two – but also for Bernie. And Bernie’s always the smartest human in the room, one of the reasons the Little Detective Agency is so successful, leaving out the finances part. It’s called that on account of Bernie’s last name being Little. I’m Chet, pure and simple, not the smartest human in the room, in fact, not human. I bring other things to the table.

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