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Thereby Hangs a Tail book. The Publisher Says: The second book of an irresistible series narrated by a loveable and wise dog. In the newest Chet and Bernie mystery, Chet gets a glimpse of the show dog world turned deadly.

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Spencer Quinn’s brilliantly original (Richmond Times-Dispatch) and masterful (Los Angeles Times) series combines genuine suspense and intrigue with humor and insight for a tail-wagging good time readers won’t soon forget.

Spencer Quinn (Author), Jim Frangione (Narrator), Recorded Books . For all you non-counters, this is book two in a series. Thereby Hangs a Tail felt like the same story in Dog On It told all over again, with different characters. The same general sequence of events.

Spencer Quinn (Author), Jim Frangione (Narrator), Recorded Books (Publisher). Get this audiobook plus a second, free. So far there are four books and I have read all of them. This makes it hard to say somethings about an individual book, my impression is colored by all the other books. Additionally, chet's doggy-thoughts have become verbose and lost a bit of charm.

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Thereby Hangs a Tail. A Chet and Bernie Mystery. This is the second book in the series and it does not disappoint. Bernie is a divorced private investigator with big money problems, a needy used Porsche, an on-again-off-again girl friend and tenuous relationship with various law enforcement types. Both Chet and Bernie are smart, good-hearted and pretty decent at staying alive, if not avoiding trouble. Chet's patter and Bernie's bad luck make a great read. Membership Advantages.

Written by Spencer Quinn, Audiobook narrated by Jim Frangione. Thereby Hangs a Tail. Narrated by: Jim Frangione. Series: Chet and Bernie Mysteries, Book 2. Length: 9 hrs and 24 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Modern Detective.

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Title:-Thereby Hangs a Tail (Chet and Bernie Series Author:-Spencer Quinn. Chet and Bernie Mysteries (Paperback). Trade Paperback (Us),Unsewn, Adhesive Bound. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 3 brand new listings.

In the irresistible second installment of the New York Times bestselling Chet and Bernie mystery series, which has been hailed as "enchanting [and] one-of-a-kind" (Stephen King), Chet gets a glimpse of the show dog world turned deadly. What first seems like a walk in the park to wise and lovable canine narrator Chet and his human companion Bernie-to investigate threats made against a pretty, pampered show dog-turns into a serious case when Princess and her owner are abducted. To make matters worse, Bernie's on-again, off-again girlfriend, reporter Susie Sanchez, disappears too. When Chet is separated from Bernie, he's on his own to put the pieces together, find his way home, and save the day. Spencer Quinn's "brilliantly original" (Richmond Times-Dispatch) and "masterful" (Los Angeles Times) series combines genuine suspense and intrigue with humor and insight for a tail-wagging good time readers won't soon forget.
Buzalas
Chet's human pet Bernie Little is a private investigator, whom the canine helps solve cases by using his nose and bark. Their current client is Countess Adelina di Borghese from Passaic, New Jersey, who lives on an expensive ranch with plenty of horses also residing there as she has come a long way from being an urban Jersey girl. Bernie has been hired because of threats to her and her pampered dog show-dog Princess. The case is an utter bore to Chet and tedious to Bernie as nothing happens and barking is disallowed.

However, the situation on the ground changes when the Countess and her royal canine princess are kidnapped and dog-napped respectively. The search and rescue mission goes badly as Chet is separated from Bernie only to be snatched and sold to a punk running away to Alaska. Escaping this miscreant Chet ends up having the military try to kill him when he accidentally wanders on to an exercise site to take a decent leak. However, Bernie becomes truly motivated when reporter Susie Sanchez disappears while covering the abduction of Princess story. Chet's motive is doggie treat and a hero's welcome, canine style from one of the snobbish victims.

The key to this canine noir told mostly by Chet in between bodily needs is that first and foremost he comes across as a dog and not a "human" inside a canine's skin. Chet makes the tale of the tail as he relates stories or follows clues partially only to be sidetracked by a need like a good tree or a cat. The kidnapping story line is well written and entertaining as fans will enjoy Chet's escapades Dog On It in a world in which humans make stupid rules of where to pee, mount, bark, bite, and eat as if canines are the ones not doing what comes natural.

Harriet Klausner
Azago
For all you non-counters, this is book two in a series. So far there are four books and I have read all of them. This makes it hard to say somethings about an individual book, my impression is colored by all the other books. For example I read the series in time sequence, as I come now to review the books I see no need whatsoever for following in sequence, in fact I think any of the books could have been read first, and some of the books would benefit from it. What is the problem? Repetition is prevalent and it interferes with the story line. Chet is constantly saying, "So and so did such and such and is now wearing an orange suit in some prison." The so and so's are all different, the crimes are also so that means there are all these countless stories available to be told and Chet says so, "I may tell this tale later." Now these solutions must have returned a fee, so there is money available but according to Chet Bernie is always short of cash ad they need cases to make money, a contradiction. Quinn never solves it, he lets Chet continue to introduce these other cases with a teaser for a possible book on the case.
Then "Thereby Hangs a Tail" brings in Suzie, she becomes an element in the telling, giving Chet more chances to be repetitive, this may be what we expect in a dog but it ruins the book. In this story Chet does little, Bernie does all the thinking, and Quinn does this nicely, making the book interesting but also leaving glaring vacancies in the story. Still I thought it was a good ending, although contrived characters. I want to tip you off, this book has the worst sketched characters, the other three are all much better and Chet spoils some good writing by his repetitions. Still I think they are worth reading.
Voodoogore
NOT A SPOILER! Rest assured I know the difference between a spoiler plot summary and product review.

Dog On It was a simple mystery novel with the charm of a Dog narrative mixed in for comic relief and a twist from the ordinary. I liked it genuinely. I couldn't wait for this sequel book to come out.

Thereby Hangs a Tail felt like the same story in Dog On It told all over again, with different characters. The same general sequence of events. Additionally, chet's doggy-thoughts have become verbose and lost a bit of charm.

Imagine a very simple mystery novel that would fit within 40 pages of content, but after each sentence follows a filler paragraph about the dog's thoughts on squirrels, humans, smells, the english language, etc. I genuinely enjoyed these filler content until I become impatient around page 100 and began only reading dialog and the first sentence of every paragraph. I flew through the last 150 pages of the book in about 45 minutes in this fashion and didn't miss a single piece of the storyline. All I missed was a lot of Chet's incessant personality.

Conclusion: If you're going to read this book, read it because you're an animal lover interested in the charming, cute, simple-mind of the dog Chet. Then you will enjoy the book. If you read it looking for a cunning mystery novel, you will be disappointed.

I'm glad I read both of these books, but I've decided I won't read the third one.
Thereby Hangs a Tail (The Chet and Bernie series) ebook
Author:
Jim Frangione,Spencer Quinn
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Thrillers & Suspense
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Recorded Books; Unabridged edition (December 24, 2009)
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