Cat in a Sapphire Slipper (Midnight Louie Series #20)

Cat in a Sapphire Slipper (Midnight Louie Series #20)

by Carole Nelson Douglas
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Cat in a Sapphire Slipper (Midnight Louie Series #20) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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Ther series just keeps getting better and better. The characters are unique and it is easy to get caught up in all of their story lines. Of course, Midnight Louie is the best! Sam Spade with nine lives, what a combo.
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Stemline More than 1 year ago
One doesn't read these for the plot as much as for the fun characters, esp Midnight Louie. This one is another lark.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
As always Ms. Douglas has captured the spirit of Las Vegas and made us believe Midnight Louie is real. His cat family, as well as his human family, are all involved in a wonderful caper at a Nevada 'cat house'. I look forward to Louie's next adventure and more time with Temple, Matt, Max, and Carmen. They have become family too.
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Las Vegas based public relations guru Temple Barr assumes her former lover magician Max Kinsella is dead. Though grieving for him, Temple is engaged to former priest Matt Devine, better known as the radio self help jockey Mr. Midnight.------------ However, Temple is unaware that Max is alive given the name Mr. Randolph by the hospital staff as he suffers from amnesia while healing near the Alps after taking a severe fall in Nepal. Temple¿s romance novelist Aunt Kit Carlson is getting married, but the bachelor party is going to be for the men including Matt at the renowned legal brothel Sapphire Slipper chicken ranch in Nye County, Nevada. To his chagrin, Matt ends up with a dead hooker. Midnight Louie believes the murder was one of passion so must decide who loved the prostitute enough to kill her.----------- The amazing thing about this Midnight Louie cat crime caper is that the feline is on his third life of books, but the writing magician Carole Nelson Douglas shows her skills by keeping the frolic fresh, funny and fun. The amusing look at the Nevada chicken farm industry enhances a strong whodunit while Max struggles in Europe to figure out his name. Fans of the series will appreciate this engaging lighthearted romp as Louie visits the Sapphire Slipper.---------------- Harriet Klausner