Catnap: A Midnight Louie Mystery

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Macmillan, Mar 15, 1993 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Catnap is the first book in Carole Nelson Douglas's delightful Midnight Louie mystery series where we meet that fabulous 20-lb black cat-about-town and his sometimes roomate/owner cutie Temple Barr. Together they solve crimes and find love in sinful Las Vegas. 
 

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User Review  - LibraryCin - LibraryThing

Midnight Louie is a cat, living in Las Vegas. When he discovers a dead body at the American Booksellers' Association convention, he must help figure out what happened. Temple is a PR person, working ... Read full review

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User Review  - horomnizon - LibraryThing

What a fun cat detective murder mystery! I've not read the Braun "Cat Who..." series, so I can't compare it to the Midnight Louie series (this being the first book of the mystery series, though Louie ... Read full review

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Contents

Midnight Louie PI
1
Chesters Last Chapter
7
An Editor Edited
12
Nothing but a Pack of Flacks
18
New Boy in Town
28
The Fall Guy
36
Authors on Parade
41
Writers Anonymous
55
Hunter on the Prowl
126
The Ultimate Sacrifice
142
Missing Purrsons
147
A Mavis in Flight
155
Doctor Lawyer Indian Thief
164
Midnight Louie Dead Matter
172
Alone at Last
177
Temple on Ice
190

Feline Follies
62
Lost and Found
72
A Little Night Music
87
Catastrophe
90
And Apostrophe
96
Enter Ingram
107
Behind the Eight Ball
112
Cool Hand Louie
199
The Name of the Game isMurder
202
Exit a Murderer
216
Louies Last Meow
231
Midnight Louie Bites the Hand that Feeds Him
236
Carole Nelson Douglas Strikes Back
239
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Carole Nelson Douglas is the author of the bestselling Midnight Louie series. She is also the author of the historical mystery series featuring Irene Adler, the only woman ever to have outwitted Sherlock Holmes. She resides in Fort Worth, Texas.

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