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Can a selfish Cop enter the gates

of heaven?

You bet.

He just has to become a dog first!

Synopsis

 

The story is about a macho cop, Spencer, who needs to redeem himself before he may enter heaven. Only the J.R.P. (The Jerk Redemption Program) can help him now. His mission is to help a troubled teenager, Justin, and his dysfunctional family. If he fails he must endure 100 years of Oprah and Dr. Phil reruns.

The hitch? He can only go back in the body of his K-9 partner. Like it or not, he’s a dog now. He also swallowed an important microchip that criminal hackers need to execute their evil plan; so the thugs are in hot pursuit of the dog.

At first, Spencer and Justin butt heads, but they bond in their quest to bring the criminals to justice. Justin, a computer whiz-kid, aids Spencer in finding the hackers and Spencer helps Justin overcome his obstacles.

The criminals finally capture the boy and dog. Can Spencer maul the shins (and other choice areas) of the thugs and save Justin?

Find out in this hilarious thriller.

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K-9 COP

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Bio

 

I was born in Austria and my family immigrated to the U.S. when I was a child. I cherished living here but my family returned to Austria where I finished my education. I loved American Literature and always wanted to become a writer. I had to return to the U.S. since I missed the friendly faces and the cultivation of the free spirit which America symbolizes. When I became a U.S. citizen the writing bug bit me again. My new book, K-9 COP, is adapted from my award-winning screenplay. This book has won first place in the 2009 National Good Read Competition sponsored by awomenswrite.com.

In the Press

A fast-moving plot along with laugh out loud situations makes this book a real winner. The author's descriptions are so vivid that it really brought my imagination to life, making the story jump right off the pages.

Mueller's portrayal of the teenagers is skilled. They're brave, but not too brave. They argue, fly off the handle, do a lot of eye rolling. Very realistic. In my opinion, this is the ideal book for the whole family to enjoy. 

Brenda C.

READERS FAVORITES

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THE SAN FRANCISCO BOOK REVIEW

 

News & Events

 

KINDLE BOOK REVIEW

K-9 Cop is September's 2019 Book Banner of the Month

Don't forget to check out come September 

 

ARTISAN BOOK REVIEWS

Check out Artisian's website for K-9 Cop

Contact

For any media inquiries, please contact Erna Mueller:

Tel: 425-761-0921 images9@comcast.net

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