About the Book:
No one thought as highly of Lieutenant Spencer Watley as he did himself. This selfish cop met 14 year-old Justin Andrews during an important stakeout. Determined to nab a
After Spencer bids him good riddance, he is killed by the hackers and stands before the gates of heaven. But – what’s this? After a life of putting dangerous criminals behind bars, he’s locked out?
He yells at the angel blocking his entrance, only to find out he needs to go through the J.R.P. program before he can enter. That’s the Jerk Redemption program, otherwise known as sensitivity training boot camp, which to his horror consists of non-stop Oprah and Dr. Phil reruns. Or he can go back to earth and help Justin’s dysfunctional family. Spencer opts for the lesser of two evils, to help Justin.
But the Angel pulls a fast one on Spencer. He can only go back to earth in the body of his K9-Partner. Spencer refuses, but like it or not, Spencer becomes a dog. He falls back to earth and is slowly morphed into a dog that closely resembles a mop.
And if being a dog wasn’t bad enough, Spencer also swallowed an important microchip his killers need to hack into PC’s and steal millions. Now the criminals are hot on his trail for the only existing microchip that’s logged in his belly.
Justin and Spencer butt heads constantly; both are stubborn and willful, neither one wanting to give an inch. Spencer needs to find out what the killers are up to, so he swallows his pride and forms a bond with the boy. Spencer relays to Justin his past and together with the help of Justin’s girlfriend, Shahla; they discover the hacker’s plans. Spencer has broken down Justin’s reserve and he finally learns the meaning of unselfish love.
But it’s too late, the hackers have captured them.
Can Spencer maul the shins (and other choice areas) of his kidnappers and stop them from their evil plan?
Can a selfish man find a heart?
You bet. He just has to become a dog first.
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About the Author:
I traveled the world and lived in many exciting cities such as Paris, Munich and London. I currently work as an accountant for a large pizza company in Seattle by day and passionately pursue a career as a writer in my spare time.
My new book, “K-9 Cop”, is adapted from my multi-national award winning screenplay. The book has won several awards including first place in the 2009 National Good Read Competition sponsored by awomenswrite.com.
Please visit my web site at http://www.k9cop-woofwoof.com for more reviews and other info.
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Virtual Book Tour Highlights
"This book was so much fun to read, I wish my son was a bit older because I’m sure he would’ve got a kick out of the story. I always enjoy a story when you get to hear what the animals are saying. It just brings out a whole new perspective to the story at times, even when the dog is a reincarnated man."
-- Book Reviews by Dee (review)
"Cute book! Good for readers young and old. Has a great pace and plenty of action."
-- Fabulous and Fun (review)
"This is a fast paced story set in Seattle. The protagonist turns fourteen; I think this could be enjoyed by ages ten through fourteen. The characters were fun, even Spencer who was considered a jerk. His cranky attitude was shown through his thoughts; words; and actions. The author did a great job of gradually building the relationship between Spencer (as a dog) and Justin. There’s more to the story than one would think at the beginning. It is all weaved together very well. I rated K-9 Cop at 4 out of 5."
-- FictionZeal (review)
"There are a couple of young teens I will be getting gifts for this Christmas and their packages will include copies of K-9 Cop for sure. This is a great action story with lots of plot twists for young readers (and adults who like fun reads). "
-- The Road to Here (review)
"Fun, well written and a good adventure, K-9 Cop by Erna Mueller is an enjoyable read. Erna Mueller does a great job of melding the story of Justin and Spencer together and the twist of Spencer coming back as a dog is very creative. I'd almost say K-9 Cop leans towards being a "cozy", since the story really doesn't have any blood and guts, but it's really more substantial than that. Written with Young Adults in mind, this is Adult friendly too! Definitely put this one on your reading list if you like dogs, cops & robbers, or a great murder mystery!"
-- Chick with Books (review)
"Being a dog lover, this book intrigued me and I was not disappointed, almost like a very entertaining movie, and like a movie you won’t be able to put this one down until your finished."
--Maureen's Musings (review)
"K-9 takes a fun and whimsical turn, and a smile began to spread across my face. I thought this was going to be a fun and light read that would have me chuckling as I joined the adventure to capture the Cyber Killers and I was so right."
I liked that the main characters were being trained by their parents. In so many books the parents died. It was nice to see a family working together. The author did throw me for a loop when Haylwen's relatives became suspects.
There is so much more to this books. There are trust issues, liars, and even a kingdom at stake. I need to read the first book in this series, and definitely the third.- See more at: http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2014/08/two-empty-thrones-by-ch-maclean-excerpt.html#sthash.zdV25Wii.dpuf"
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