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by Samantha Jeffree (subscribe)
I'm a mother, wife, writer and online store owner. I've lived in the southern suburbs of Adelaide all my life.
Published August 23rd 2013
Ever wondered how a dog sees the world? How they comprehend things, process things, what they love, what they hate?

Take this a step further; ever wondered what the life of a private investigator's dog is like and what he thinks and feels while on a big case?

Dog On It, the first book in the Chet and Bernie Mystery series written by Spencer Quinn, will answer some of these questions for you and some you didn't need, or want to know, like what a dog really thinks when he sees someone spit chewing tobacco and the emotions he goes through in the quest to eat it.

Meet Chet, the adorable, lovable, clumsy police dog drop out who loves his master, the not so famous ex-cop turned private investigator, Bernie.

When Bernie takes on the case, Chet is hot on his heels helping him investigate.

Dog On It is whitty, clever and unique. Told in first person from Chet's point of view, the writer gives a unique insight into a dog's mind and highlights the inseparable bond between dog and human. The story is full of action, adventure and humour with a few touching moment thrown in.

The first in the series, Dog On It is a clever, fresh, and insightful look at a down on his luck detective and his always faithful and a little overenthusiastic companion.

This story will leave you laughing whilst wondering if your dog is thinking more than he lets on.
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