Posts Tagged ‘Amazon review’

Mrs. P


September 26th, 2023 Posted 8:13 am

A recent Amazon reviewer on Mrs. Plansky’s Revenge:

5.0 out of 5 stars – Terrific new character. I love a character of a certain age who is capable, active, and gutsy even with a strike or two against her. Loretta is all that, and more. And the setting is aces.





June 16th, 2023 Posted 8:30 am

A frugal introduction to the Chet and Bernie mystery series: the digital version of Of Mutts And Men is on sale (Amazon, B&N, iTunes, etc.) for all of June at $2.99! $2.99 barely qualifies as money anymore! Here’s what at a recent Amazon reviewer said about the book:
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant deduction.
As Watson to Holmes, so is Chet the dog to Bernie Little. Well, at least if Watson had been a canine. Chet’s viewpoint and simple logic highlights Bernie’s complex intellect the way aged cheese completes a fine wine. Wine does appear in this story, but not as a featured character. The villains, though, are a twisty little passage of complexity that only Bernie can untangle. Savory, as Chet might put it.



April 18th, 2023 Posted 7:34 am

Readers are still discovering the Chet and Bernie books, as you can see from this recent Amazon review of Dog On It. That’s encouraging to the guy who writes them!
“5.0 out of 5 stars My new favorite character….Chet! This is a great detective story with plenty of action. Chet wrote the story and narrates it. He is a very funny dog!”

Playing Favorites


March 13th, 2023 Posted 8:54 am

I often get asked if I have a favorite Chet and Bernie novel and the answer is – no. Maybe when I get old and and am no longer doing this I’ll take a look back and see. But probably not! Readers, however, often do have a favorite. Here’s an Amazon reviewer over the weekend on the latest, Bark To The Future:

5.0 out of 5 stars Very fun read
Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2023
Verified Purchase
“Have read all the previous Chet & Bernie books. Bark to the Future may actually be my favorite so far.”


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