Posts Tagged ‘To Fetch A Thief’

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June 10th, 2016 Posted 8:34 am

5.0 out of 5 stars – Chet is the most wonderful narrator in canine history. – June 9, 2016

Tom J. on TO FETCH A THIEF:
Chet is the most wonderful narrator in canine history! My husband, kids and I always look forward to the next Chet & Bernie story.

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Chetspeak on Sunday

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May 15th, 2016 Posted 8:17 am

Bernie came into the kitchen looking great, all back to normal. No dried blood, no zigzag groove. “Any chance someone’s hungry?” he said. Bernie was a good guesser. Who’d said that recently? I tried to remember, soon gave up. “Any of that salami left?” Bernie opened the fridge. Salami? You bet there was some left, and I knew right away, but it took him a while to find it. “Thought, I’d … ah, here we go.” Soon Bernie was slicing a nice fat salami. He put some slices in my bowl, mixed them in with kibble. Then he heated up coffee from yesterday or maybe the day before, sliced some more salami for himself, and sat at the table. I poked through my bowl, gobbling up all traces of salami before I had even one bit of kibble. We had a nice breakfast.

– from TO FETCH A THIEF.

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Random Amazon Review We Like

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April 9th, 2016 Posted 9:11 am

5.0 out of 5 stars – BUY IT! You’re welcome. :) – March 21, 2016.

Porcelain goddess on TO FETCH A THIEF:
Delightful, and I’m not even a dog person. Highly, highly recommend it. The author obviously has a dog. The story is told from the dog’s perspective and once you clue into that, which you’ll do almost immediately, it’s hilarious!

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Chetspeak on Sunday (Monday Edition)

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February 22nd, 2016 Posted 7:50 am

Our client was a sad-eyed little guy named Marvin Winkleman who owned a ticket agency downtown. Don’t ask me what a ticket agency is. What’s important is that he thought his wife was cheating, and coughed up the $500 retainer. Don’t ask me about the cheating part, either. It’s a human thing; we operate differently in my world. “Just find out, one way or another,” Winkleman said. “I’ve got to know.”

Later, driving away, Bernie said, “Why do they always have to know? What’s wrong with ignorance is bliss?” I had no idea.

– from TO FETCH A THIEF.

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