Sarge Is in Charge

Sarge Is in Charge

by Philip Jones
Sarge Is in Charge

Sarge Is in Charge

by Philip Jones


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In this heartwarming narrative, a remarkable police dog named Sarge enters the lives of Inspector Horace and his family, quickly earning his stripes as the bravest canine the Force has ever witnessed. Journey through the pages to discover how Sarge melds into his new family and impeccably balances his police duties.
Initially, Inspector Horace's wife, Violet, views Sarge with a touch of scepticism, seeing him as a bit of an intruder. Yet, like their teenage daughter Florence, she soon finds herself warming up to the gallant dog. Florence swiftly bonds with Sarge, finding comfort in the thought that he will seamlessly transition between his domestic life and the noble duty of safeguarding her father.
As the tale unfolds, readers will find themselves engrossed in the captivating bond between Sarge and Inspector Horace, especially during their vigilant street patrols that prove to be a labyrinth in the shroud of night. The perils of their vocation soon come to light when Sarge leads the charge against a criminal gang, implicated in a spree of designer item thefts. The narrative takes a chilling turn when murder enters the fray, revealing a sinister depth to the gang's operations far beyond what was initially perceived.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781035842605
Publisher: Austin Macauley
Publication date: 02/02/2024
Pages: 188
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

The author, Philip Jones, was born and lives in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England.
After having worked in various administrative and financial roles, Philip returns to full-time education, obtaining a first-class BA Honours degree in English from University Centre Shrewsbury in 2019, followed by a Master of Research (MRes) in Storytelling from the University of Chester in 2020.
This is Philip's third book with Austin Macauley Publishers. His debut book was The Lion Hotel, a detective-themed play; and his second, Jack the Ripper?, an adventure about a time-travelling detective.
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