A Case in Bayou Country

Did I mention that The Sound and the Furry is on sale this entire month? $1.99! (Digital only.) On page 93 of this book, 6th in the Chet and Bernie series (which can be read in any order!) Chet, the narrator (yes, a dog, but not a talking one!) makes an amazing discovery:

The wiry dude squinted down at Bernie. Then he laughed. “You’re not from around here.”
“True,” said Bernie.
“Where you from?”
“Arizona.”
Ha! We were from Arizona? I’d wondered about that.

3 Comments on “A Case in Bayou Country”

  1. Just wait until Chet (Just Chet) finds out his last name is Little.

    Hmm. I wonder if this book was written around the time of the Bowser and Birdie books? Both take place in that area. Perhaps a visit or research prompted both series to share a location?

    I really enjoyed the Bowser and Birdie books.

    What I’d really like are more of the Arthur and Queenie books. They never did quite resolve like Bowser and Birdie. No closure and I hate that. It just seemed like there was going to be more.

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