Fen Country

Fen Country

by Edmund Crispin
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Fen Country 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
shirlan More than 1 year ago
Edmund Crispin was a very witty and funny writer of mysteries that I read in the 1950's. I was very happy to find this as a nook book. Highly recommended!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Firekit opened her eyes, yawned and stretched, and smiled. It was a few days after she had opened her eyes, and there was so much to explore! She smiled and ran to Russetkit, Sorrelkit, Berrykit, and Spottedkit. "Wake up sleepy heads!" She mewed nudging them gently. Berrykit glanced over sleepily. "Go play by yourself." Russetkit shot her a glare. "She's afraid to go out in camp." Firekit rolled her eyes. "I'm not! You're just angry that I woke you up!" <p> Spottedkit and Sorrelkit climbed out of the nest and padded to her. "We're awake!" They sqeaked. Firekit smiled and dashed out of the nursery. Spottedkit and Sorrelkit followed. Berrykit relunctantly did too. Firekit lept on a small rock. "I am the mighty Firestar!" She mewed. Berrykit yawned boredly. "Let's play mossball instead." "I stink at mossball!" Complained Spottedkit. <p> Berrykit snorted. "Fine, we'll play. I am Berrythorn, FireClan's deputy!" Spottedkit squeaked in delight and ran over to Sorrelkit. "Sorrelstar, my duty?" Russetkit padded out of the den, yawning. "I, Russetstar, is leader of RussetClan." Firekit padded to Berrykit. "We should attack her." Berrykit nodded. They snuck up behind Russetkit. Unfourtantly their mothers called them in for breakfast. Firekit groaned and padded reluctantly in the Nursery.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
New (to me) hero, with unusual outlook
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
But the novels are really the best oxford mysteries before Lewis on pbs these havent been on tv couldnt work in the animals of which seversl were the main characters and a pig most devoted they can be very very funny too especially the one about the power lines and trying to get someone to inspect the crackling
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You are stupid if you even read this book i fo sure didnt