"Animal Dwarf Bandits" with Tommy Guns are on a crime spree in Georgia!
Dillinger-style bank heists are being committed by a dangerous gang of little people wearing animal masks. Enter ursine photojournalist Thelonious T. Bear. Still smarting from his misadventures in Norfolk, he's eager to begin his assignment in the American South. However, Thelonious soon learns that the South isn't all fried chicken and sweet tea. In between encounters with a trigger-happy farmer and a fire-and-brimstone preacher with a snake, he's stalked by a man in a red pickup truck and nearly bear-napped by a family of hillbillies. Thelonious's resemblance to one of the bank bandits puts him on the radar of Sheriff Maynard Grizzle and budding reporter Nate Jessop, both of whom are convinced he's in the gang. As the robberies gain more media attention, locals smell fame in the air. Suddenly everyone wants in on the action. And Thelonious finds himself at the heart of yet another series of crimes!
From bestselling author Mitzi Szereto, co-authored with celebrity author bear Teddy Tedaloo. Be sure to read "Normal for Norfolk (The Thelonious T. Bear Chronicles)," the first in the series!
About the Author
Teddy Tedaloo (teddytedaloo.com) is an author, celebrity teddy bear and the publisher and editor of The Teddy Tedaloo Times. He's also a trendsetter, world traveller, and the production assistant extraordinaire/co-star of the web TV channel Mitzi TV. Popular in social media circles such as Facebook and Twitter, he's known for his entertaining commentary and opinions as well as being an animal welfare advocate. He lives (and goes) wherever Mitzi lives (and goes). He's the co-author of Normal for Norfolk (The Thelonious T. Bear Chronicles). Rotten Peaches (The Thelonious T. Bear Chronicles) is his second novel in the series.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Once again Mitzi Szereto and Teddy Tedaloo have created a wonderful tale of excitement, tension, and just plain fun. The trials of Thelonious T. Bear continue in Georgia with a couple of backwards sheriffs, a budding and over zealous newspaper reporter, a waitress who's dying to be in the spotlight, a fake televangelist preacher in it for the money, and four bank robbers (one of which wears a mask that bears a striking resemblance to Thelonious!). Poor Thelonious just wants to snap pictures of southern ruralism but fate has a different plan in store for him! By the time the story ends, you'll be wanting to invite him over to give him some peace and quiet for a spell. A wonderful escapade leaving you looking forward to his adventures in the future!