The Dog Who Knew Too Much

The Dog Who Knew Too Much

Book - 2012
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When Bernie is invited to speak at a private investigator convention, his canine companion is secretly targeted by the high-profile person in charge, an agenda that is complicated by a missing boy and a familiar-looking puppy.
Publisher: New York : Atria Paperback, 2012, c2011.
Edition: 1st Atria Paperback ed.
ISBN: 9781439157107
Branch Call Number: FIC QUINN
Characteristics: 308 p. ; 21 cm.


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Sep 30, 2017

Idiotic book, idiotic series.

Feb 02, 2014

Another thrilling adventure with Chet and Bernie. Such a great combination of plot and character building. I truly enjoy this series and look forward to each new book.

Jun 10, 2013

Hardly great literature, but another fun/exciting crime thriller narrated by Chet (the dog) with his usual enthusiasm and misunderstanding of human terms (no wild geese to found in this wild-goose chase). Just fun, light reading.

Oct 30, 2012

Delightful as always.

BPLNextBestAdults Oct 16, 2012

The fourth book in the irresistible bestselling mystery series featuring canine narrator Chet and his human companion Bernie, private investigator. The kid’s mother thinks her ex-husband snatched their son, but Chet’s always reliable nose leads Bernie in a new and dangerous direction. There’s always humour and heart-stopping intrigue in these totally entertaining mysteries. I’m always watching for the next in the series. And Chet is on Facebook and Twitter too. Chet’s tweets can be laugh out loud funny; you get a real glimpse into the day to day workings of a special dog’s mind -

Aug 20, 2012

If you love dogs, you'll love this book. I am delighted with all the books and look forward to the new one. I was only sorry that the book wasn't on a CD and Overdrive didn't carry the downloadable. It is a great story to listen too.

Aug 04, 2012

Here's another book from the point of view of a dog, but a very interesting dog who helps Bernie solve mysteries. Chet forgets things, but remembers the important things. This was my first Chet and Bernie Mystery book, but I would read others, as it kept me entertained and on the edge.

Apr 15, 2012

Fun read! It's the one and only I've read from this series, and though I can imagine I might get bored with the repetive nature of the dog's thoughts sometimes, I did enjoy the dog's version of the story. The plot is somewhat lame, but it still made me smile and laugh.

(Staff) Elaine Bird Oct 28, 2011

I really enjoy reading this series. Where else do you get the insight of a dog who helps his master solve mysteries. Chet is a great character and I enjoy reading his "descriptions" of his world. The mystery is just a bonus!

tokyotower Sep 30, 2011

Even though this 4th book of the series is a little shallower than the other 3, starting with the title and the whold story, I enjoyed it as much as the other 3.
I just love Chet.

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