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How to tail a cat book How to tail a cat

Hale, Rebecca M.

Rebecca and her two cats, Rupert and Isabella, pursue their hunt for Uncle Oscar's latest treasure while investigating the brothers who funded the aquarium that held the albino alligator that is now loose in San Francisco.

Series: Cats and Curios mysteries.

Ten little bloodhounds book Ten little bloodhounds

Lanier, Virginia, 1930-2003.

A Matter Of Life And DeathThere's a lot of excitement down at Jo Beth Sidden's kennel. A full litter of ten baby bloodhounds is due any day. Though pressed for time, Jo Beth still agrees to do a favor for a friend -- finding a reclusive, wealthy matriarch's missing cat. But soon afterward, her client is murdered. Now, Jo Beth is looking for a killer. There's a slew of suspects to choose from, too -- all potential heirs to the matriarch's fortune. The quicker Jo Beth can solve this case, the soon she can get home to her dogs and get her life in order. But she's in for a surprise, and a fight she'll never forget.

Series: Bloodhound Mysteries.

Hanging Hannah book Hanging Hannah

Marshall, Evan, 1956-

With their very first mystery, "Missing Marlene, " widowed literary agent Jane Stuart and her tortoiseshell cat, Winky, left fans purring for more. Now the well-read detective duo is back, taking on Manhattan--and Shady Hills, New Jersey--on the hunt for a killer in disguise.

Series: Jane Stuart and Winky mysteries.

Begging for trouble book Begging for trouble

McCoy, Judi.

When Ellie, New York City's most enterprising dog walker, goes to see one of her clients perform in a show, the screams aren't just for the fantastic dance numbers-- a murder happens backstage, and the only witness is a dog named Bitsy. Taking Bitsy to a dog psychic might not be standard procedure, but it may stop a killer from biting again.

Series: Dog Walker Mysteries

What the cat dragged in book What the cat dragged in

Morris, Gilbert.

In their debut mystery, Jacques and Cleo and their owner...or rather the human they own, Kate Forrest, and her son, Jeremy, move to a beautiful beach house in Gulf Shores, Alabama,left to Kate by a distant relative. The catch is that another distant relative, wanna-be novelist (and bonafide cat-hater) Jake Novak, has also inherited an interest in the house. Undeterred, Kate and Jeremy move in the downstairs quarters and Jake takes the separate apartment upstairs. Then, when a murder occurs...everyone is stumped...but feline sleuths Jacques and Cleo come to the rescue and reveal the identity of the killer.

Series: Jacques & Cleo, Cat Detectives

Cat telling tales book Cat telling tales

Murphy, Shirley Rousseau.

When a suspicious fire leaves a twelve-year-old boy homeless and the body of his alcoholic elderly guardian is discovered in the smoldering ruins, Joe Grey and his P.I. posse follow a trail that leads to a scam involving a group of shady real estate agents.

Series: Joe Grey mysteries

To fetch a thief book To fetch a thief

Quinn, Spencer.

In the third book in the brilliant New York Times bestselling series featuring a lovable and wise dog narrator, Chet and Bernie go under the big top to solve the most unlikely missing persons (and animals!) case ever. Chet has smelled a lot of unusual things in his years as trusted companion and partner to P.I. Bernie Little, but nothing has prepared him for the exotic scents he encounters when an old-fashioned traveling circus comes to town. Bernie scores tickets to this less-than-greatest- show-on-earth because his son Charlie is crazy about elephants. The only problem is that Peanut, the headlining pachyderm of this particular one-ring circus, has gone missing--along with her trainer, Uri DeLeath. Stranger still, no one saw them leave. How does an elephant vanish without a trace?

Series: Chet and Bernie Mysteries.

Cats can't shoot book Cats can't shoot

Simon, Clea.

When Pru Marlowe gets the call that there's been a cat shooting, she's furious. Animal brutality is the one thing that this tough animal psychic won't stand for, and in her role as a behaviorist she's determined to care for the traumatized pet. But when Pru finds out that the cat did the shooting--accidentally setting off a rare dueling pistol--she realizes something else is going on. Could the white Persian really have killed her owner? Or did the whole bloody mess have something to do with that pricey collectible?

Pru Marlowe Pet Noir series.

The cat, the wife and the weapon book The cat, the wife and the weapon

Sweeney, Leann.

When her friend Tom goes missing and a dead body is found in his car, quilter Jillian Hart, along with a trio of cats and an intrepid rat terrier, will stop at nothing to find the truth before someone else turns up dead.

Series: Cats in Trouble mysteries.

Elvis and the blue Christmas corpse book Elvis and the blue Christmas corpse

Webb, Peggy.

Someone's ringing slay bells and Callie, her bodacious Cousin Lovie, and Elvis the basset hound who believes he's the King reincarnated must go on the hunt for a killer who's anything but jolly.

Series: Southern Cousins Mysteries (Elvis reincarnated as a hound dog!)

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