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HomeComing: A Mister Puss Mystery

HomeComing: A Mister Puss Mystery

by Michael Craft
HomeComing: A Mister Puss Mystery

HomeComing: A Mister Puss Mystery

by Michael Craft


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A sentimental journey. A shot at stardom. A talking cat.
What could possibly go wrong?

The idyllic little town of Dumont, Wisconsin, is atwitter with the news that its favorite son, actor Thad Manning, is returning from Hollywood to try his hand as director of a film recalling his youth. A test scene is scheduled, right there on the town commons, with a cast and crew from Tinseltown. Locals are needed as extras. And there's even a role for a cat. Enter Mister Puss.

When the big day arrives, though, something goes terribly haywire. The test footage looks fabulous, but in a shocking development, someone ends up dead. It was murder, all right, and suspects abound.

Architect Brody Norris and his husband, Marson Miles, have been busy preparing to move into a new house they are building. But now Brody is called to reprise his role as amateur sleuth and sidekick to Sheriff Thomas Simms. And once again, Brody himself gets a bit of help-from that chatty Abyssinian, Mister Puss.

HomeComing is the third book in the Mister Puss series.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578721439
Publisher: Questover Press
Publication date: 11/10/2020
Series: Mister Puss , #3
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

Michael Craft is the author of seventeen novels, four of which have been honored as finalists for Lambda Literary Awards. His second Mister Puss mystery, ChoirMaster, was a 2020 Gold Winner of the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award. His prize-winning short fiction has appeared in British as well as American literary journals.

Craft grew up in Illinois and spent his middle years in Wisconsin, which inspired the fictitious setting of this book. He holds an MFA in creative writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles, and now lives in Rancho Mirage, California.

In 2017, Michael Craft's professional papers were acquired by the Special Collections Department of the Rivera Library at the University of California, Riverside. A comprehensive archive of his manuscripts, working notes, correspondence, and other relevant documents, along with every edition of his completed works, is now cataloged and made available for both scholarly research and public enjoyment.

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