Dog on It: A Chet and Bernie Mystery - Chapters 22 – 26 Summary & Analysis

Spencer Quinn
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Chapter Twenty-two

Chet and Bernie drive to Sierra Verde and go to the animal shelter but only hear what they already know; a huge biker who refused to give his name turned Chet in. They leave the shelter and Bernie drives to a bar down the street with a number of motorcycles parked in front of it. After he and Chet walk into the biker bar Bernie calls for everyone’s attention and asks if anyone recognizes Chet. Everyone remains silent, but Chet recognizes several people including the huge biker and walks up to him wagging his tail. When Bernie says that Chet seems to know him, the huge biker says that Bernie smells like a cop to him and he doesn’t talk to cops. Bernie says he just wants to know where he found Chet, and a moment later another biker swings...

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