Cat Shining Bright: A Joe Grey Mystery - Joe Grey Mystery Series 20 (Paperback)Shirley Rousseau Murphy (author)
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The stakes are higher and more personal than ever for feline investigator Joe Grey when death comes to his beloved coastal California town in this twentieth installment of the enchanting cat mystery series.
While new father Joe Grey is overjoyed to teach his three young kittens about the world, he misses his cop work - secretly helping solve crimes alongside his human friends at Molena Point P. D. But when beautician Barbara Conley and one of her customers are found dead in the salon, Joe makes an exception, he heads for the crime scene. He has no idea that the kittens are following him, or how they will complicate the investigation.
But this is not the only danger to the kittens. A stranger is lurking around the home of Joe's tabby lady, Dulcie, where the kittens were born. Both parents' backs are up and their claws out, ready to protect their babies and to protect Wilma Getz, Dulcie's human housemate.
As the death of the beautician becomes entangled with a gang of thieves working the village, Joe, Dulcie, Kit and Pan are all into the investigation; and they are led to unexpected connections, to the building of the new cat shelter and to a neighbor who becomes suddenly an unexpected part of the tangle.
Joe Grey fans will relish this latest installment following their favorite feline detective and his growing group of friends.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 270 g
Dimensions: 168 x 106 x 19 mm
Praise for Shirley Rousseau Murphy's feline mysteries: "The book's charm lies in the clever cats and the people they care about. This is a must read for those who enjoy the feline side of sleuthing." -- Romantic Times BOOKclub
"Author Shirley Rousseau Murphy is, as always, a great storyteller. . . . After all this time, these books still are so much fun that they can't be put down, cat lover or not." -- Suspense Magazine
"Joe Grey and Dulcie aren't your ordinary feline detectives. Murphy's raised the stakes of the feline sleuth genre." -- Kirkus Reviews