Cat Telling Tales

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Harper Collins, Nov 22, 2011 - Fiction - 400 pages
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“Joe Grey and Dulcie aren’t your ordinary feline detectives. Murphy’s raised the stakes of the feline sleuth genre.”
—Kirkus Reviews

“These Joe Grey mysteries will stay popular for many years to come.”
—Tampa Tribune

Mystery fans and cat lovers alike rejoice. The infallible feline sleuthing team of Joe Grey, Dulcie, and Kit return in Cat Telling Tales—author Shirley Rousseau Murphy’s seventeenth ingenious whodunit that once again gives readers a cat’s eye view of crime, murder, and mayhem. Already honored with nine Cat Writers’ Association Muse Medallions for her series, Murphy takes us back to Molina Point, California in Cat Telling Tales, as a suspicious fire, a tragic death, and a rash of unanticipated houseguests, both human and feline, inflame the investigative curiosity of our furry detective trio. If you’re already a fan of Lilian Jackson Braun, Rita Mae Brown, and Carole Nelson Douglas, you’ll find Shirley Rousseau Murphy’s Tales purr-fectly wonderful!


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User Review  - Rennee - LibraryThing

Joe Dulcie and Kit along with their humans Are solving another muder or three. Not only that but Kit is in love. Hard to say what The object of her affections thinks. He's had a hard journey Coming from Oregon to find his father. A wonderful fast read. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Shirley Rousseau Murphy writes the popular Joe Grey mystery series and is a noted children’s book author who has received five Dixie Council of Authors and Journalists Awards. She lives in Carmel, a village which inspires the charm for Molena Point

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