The Kitty Killer Cult: A Tiger Straight Crime Thriller

The Kitty Killer Cult: A Tiger Straight Crime Thriller

by Nick Smith
     
 
In the style of Raymond Chandler, this is hard-boiled detective fiction set in the city of Nub; where cats are king, killer and killed. Tiger Straight, PI, is past his prime, homeless and unemployed until the dame Connie Hant shows up. The PI is back, pawing the mean streets of Nub that he knows so well. Straight has a new mission - to catch the killers of the broad's

Overview

In the style of Raymond Chandler, this is hard-boiled detective fiction set in the city of Nub; where cats are king, killer and killed. Tiger Straight, PI, is past his prime, homeless and unemployed until the dame Connie Hant shows up. The PI is back, pawing the mean streets of Nub that he knows so well. Straight has a new mission - to catch the killers of the broad's brothers. It leads him to the murky, tatty underbelly of Nub, throwing up more kitty deaths and a love for a certain make-up artiste. What are the links between these murders and will Straight and his bug loving side-kick Natasha survive to discover the answers before the edible Inspector Bix Mortis? For those who know and love Smith's first novel, Milk Treading, this is the book feline crime hack Julius Kyle started to write.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781842820391
Publisher:
Luath Press, Limited
Publication date:
10/28/2004
Series:
Luath Press Original Fiction Series
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.28(h) x 0.67(d)

Meet the Author

Nick Smith was born in Bristol in 1972. At the age of 15 he won an award at the Avon Poetry Festival, and has since had poems and articles published in various newspapers and magazines. In 1997 Nick set up The Film School Scotland. He now lives in the US. His first novel, Milk Treading, was an Amazon top 10 bestseller. Nick is also the author of The Kitty Killer Cult.

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