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Publisher's Summary

Spencer Quinn’s first original audio short story reveals how everyone’s favorite detective duo - Chet the Dog and P.I. Bernie Little - came to meet before their first big case in Dog On It. As fans know, Chet first met Bernie on that fateful day when he flunked out of K-9 police school. The details of that day, though, have always remained a little vague (like so much in Chet’s doggy brain). All we know is that Chet had been the best leaper in his K-9 class, but for some reason he failed his final leaping test...and that a cat was involved...and that there was some blood. But whose?
The test, the cat, the blood - all pieces of a puzzle that, when solved, will bring down a dangerous gang of thieves - and signal the start of a beautiful friendship. This fateful day has been alluded to in every book in the series, and now fans of Chet and Bernie will finally get to find out what actually happened. For these two beloved characters, it was something like love at first sight - and, for Chet, at first smell, too.
©2012 Spencer Quinn (P)2012 Recorded Books
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By Trudy Owens on 11-09-15

Chet, do you know the word "serendipity"?

Great story for all those who love Chet and Bernie. I can't decide if it is best read after several of the full-length books or first. Perhaps after.

Ah, Chet, and what if that cat had not been there? Silver linings and all that.

Jim Frangione, can you come be my dog?

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By Elizabeth on 01-31-15

The perfect dog loves mam story

Hilarious and touching, Chet the Jet is the story teller. His short term memory problem interferes at times, but he is blithely unaware. The last line is the ultimate declaration of dog love-though completely unsentimental. Anyone else want to form a Chet fan club?

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