The Cygnius sedonai Caper [NOOK Book]

Overview

Feline investigator Leon, with opposable thumbs and the ability to talk, is possibly the most dangerous cat in the galaxy. Indentured to the Security department of Gamma Station until the cost of his creation is paid off, Leon alternates between harassing his human partner/roommate Devon and fighting sleazoid criminals, yet still finds time to flirt with the lovely Leila, a Burmese who lives in the upper-class levels of the station.

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The Cygnius sedonai Caper

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Overview

Feline investigator Leon, with opposable thumbs and the ability to talk, is possibly the most dangerous cat in the galaxy. Indentured to the Security department of Gamma Station until the cost of his creation is paid off, Leon alternates between harassing his human partner/roommate Devon and fighting sleazoid criminals, yet still finds time to flirt with the lovely Leila, a Burmese who lives in the upper-class levels of the station.

When a pair of rare and valuable Cygnius sedonai songbirds go missing and authorities suspect the thieves will bring them through Gamma Station, Leon must use all his resources, including his feline pals, to find them.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611380354
  • Publisher: Evennight Books
  • Publication date: 12/28/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 165 KB

Meet the Author

Pati Nagle was born and raised in the mountains of northern New Mexico. An avid student of music, history, and humans in general, she loves the outdoors but hides from the sun. Her stories have appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Cicada, Cricket, and in various anthologies, including collections honoring New Mexico writers Jack Williamson and Roger Zelazny. Her short story "Coyote Ugly" received an honorable mention in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror and was honored as a finalist for the Theodore Sturgeon Award.

She has written a series of historical novels as P.G. Nagle. Her latest novel is the romantic fantasy Heart of the Exiled, to be released in January 2011. She still lives in the mountains in New Mexico, with her husband and two furry feline muses.
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