I’ve just finished the fourth book in the Chet and Bernie series by Spencer Quinn. Like the previous three books, this one didn’t disappoint.
Bernie and Chet are hired to help when a young boy goes missing from a wilderness camp. But a missing child is the least of Bernie’s worries as murder and mayhem enfold in a small and corrupt town.
As with the other Chet and Bernie books, Chet (Bernie’s dog) narrates this story. Chet likes to ride shotgun in Bernie’s old Porsche and accompanies him to the camp with the camp leader, who turns up dead in an abandoned mine the following morning.
Meanwhile, Bernie’s girlfriend Susie gets the wrong impression about the Bernie’s relationship with his new client…
It’s a great story, with insightful commentary from Chet. Well worth the read!
Kathleen Crisley, specialist in dog massage, rehabilitation and nutrition/food therapy, The Balanced Dog, Christchurch, New Zealand