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  • A murder mystery and diabolical squirrel conspiracy described by a dog. Fantastic fun.

    Few things finnier to me than Oberon's petspective on time and human affairs not to mention squirrels.

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  • The Squirrel on the Train

    Excellently written this time from the dog's, Oberon, point of view.

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  • Hilarious

    Oberon is hilarious! Typical Iron Druid style with an Oberon twist!

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  • The Squirrel On The Trail

    So funny and clever. Oberon you wonderful dog! I can’t wait for the next full length book in the series!!

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  • Four and a half stars!

    Very amusing, short story although it contains a murder or two as well. This story is part of the ‘Iron Druid’ series and is experienced through the eyes of an Irish Wolfhound named Oberon. Oberon belongs to Atticus the Druid and has a phobia regarding squirrels which he believes are cunning and viscous. Atticus on the other hand likes to investigate mysteries and uses his dogs as assistants.

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