A Cat with the Blues

A Cat with the Blues

by Lydia Adamson

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A Cat with the Blues by Lydia Adamson

Alice is catsitting a beautiful Russian Blue at the center of a raging custody battle. But when the doorman at the wealthy couple's apartment building dies-and the contested cat disappears-she must go on a nose-to-the-ground hunt for a catnapper...and maybe...a killer.

"[A] plucky heroine." (Library Journal)

"Witty...slyly captivating." (Publishers Weekly)

"The cat's pajamas." (Tulsa World)

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ISBN-13: 9780451201966
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 12/01/2000
Series: Alice Nestleton Series , #18
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 4.26(w) x 6.72(h) x 0.59(d)

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Cat with the Blues 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Years ago, Alice Nestleton left hr Minnesota home to come to the Big Apple in search of fame and fortune as an actress. Now forty-one, jobs are becoming fewer not that any of them amounted to anything. To supplement her income, she offers services as a cat sitter. Currently, she cares for Fancy, a Russian blue feline. Fancy has her apartment to herself because her owners are squabbling during an acrimonious divorce in which both claim the cat as theirs. Alice receives a generous fee for insuring Fancy receives fresh food, water, and litter, and that neither Mr. nor Mrs. Woburn abducts the feline.

Alice drops off a check on behalf of Mrs. Woburn at the nearby bodega only to have an armed robber demand money while she is there. The thug points his gun at Alice, but inadvertently shoots the shopkeeper. Alice believes she was set up by her client and quits her job. Not long afterward, someone kills the doorman in what appears as a mugging gone ugly. Next Fancy is catnapped and the gallery where Mrs. Woburn was to have a showing burns to the ground. Alice has solves several homicides over the years sees a link between these vents and begins her own brand of investigation.

Lydia Adamson writes a delectable funny mystery starring a likable and realistic heroine who accepts that she is never going to take the planet by storm. The felines that populate this amateur sleuth novel are near purrfect especially for cat lovers. A CAT WITH THE BLUES is must reading for amateur sleuth readers and feline fans who will delightfully conclude that Ms. Adamson is the real catwoman.

Harriet Klausner