Today is the United States release of my non-fiction animal history book The Pug Who Bit Napoleon: Animal Tales of the 18th and 19th Centuries! The paperback is now available in the U.S. and can be purchased at Amazon and other online or brick and mortar booksellers.
The Pug Who Bit Napoleon features historically accurate—and thoroughly cited—animal stories about famous (and not so famous) dogs, cats, horses, rodents, reptiles, and fish. It also contains 100 color images, including paintings and sketches of the various animals profiled.
“Matthews looks at history’s pet lovers, some of whom were powerful and creative people…Well-researched and heavily illustrated.”
For more about The Pug Who Bit Napoleon, including reviews and buy links, click through to its official book page HERE. Or, to order directly from Amazon or Barnes & Noble, simply use one of the links below.
Now Available in the United States!
If you purchase a copy of The Pug Who Bit Napoleon this week, whether in paperback or eBook, please do stop by my Facebook or Twitter page and let me know so that I can thank you personally. And please don’t forget to leave a review at Goodreads and/or Amazon!