Can one cat detective keep vampires off the guest list?
Inca the Siberian Kitty and her globetrotting furry family are always up for an adventure. She can’t wait for the upcoming Easter jamboree at Bran Castle. It’s bound to inspire pages of new thrills for her diary. But behind the fancy dresses and decorations, Inca stumbles upon a spooky mystery…
When a scheming sorceress and a would-be vampire threaten to crash the party, Inca must follow the clues to thwart their plan. With her family and new friends in danger, the world’s greatest cat detective must think on all four feet to keep vampires from running wild in Transylvania.
Vampires at Easter is the 6th standalone children’s book in the Diary of a Snoopy Cat series, which is perfect for kids ages 7-12. If you and your child like animal adventures, lessons about different cultures, and working together with family and friends, then you’ll love R.F. Kristi’s cat detective series. www.incabookseries.com
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About the Author
She has always been fascinated with cats. The intelligence and allure of cats has always enchanted her and she has found them the best of companions. She often remembers reading a good detective story with her feline companions close by her side.
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My Family Tree Queen of Kitties -Inca, the Siberian Detective Cat
Take A Peek @ My Family
I am a Siberian kitty, and we Siberians are a pretty? good-looking bunch.
I am the natural leader of the Troupe.
There are several reasons for this. After all,
* I am the eldest and the BIG sis of the furry pack!
* I am a super smart kitty!
I bet you, you wouldn't find any kitty smarter than me, even if you swam all the way to China. Mom does not know it, but I AM the TOP STAR around here
Cara, a Siamese kitty, is my pretty sister. She, with the magnificent large blue eyes, is the prissy one in our family.
She is always well-groomed, prim and proper and very attached to Mom.
She is mom's pet. She can do no wrong in Mom's eyes. Yes, Cara loves to suck up to Mom.
My brother Fromage is a Tabby-cat. He was named after the French cheese he adores, since fromage means cheese in French.
Fromage loves cheese, any type of cheese, period. He also considers himself a great cheese expert.
Fromage is the mascot of our cheese shop. He goes to the shop with Mom every day. He has built himself a following in the cheese-loving circles of London.
He strongly believes that our cheese shop is a triumph because of him!
Fromage is accident-prone and in the habit of getting into all types of scrapes. If you find something broken in our household, you can bet your bottom dollar that Fromage was behind it!
Charlotte is a Roborovski dwarf hamster and Fromage's best buddy.
She first met Fromage in our cheese shop in Paris and decided to come with us to London on hearing that we were moving there
Charlotte is devoted to Fromage despite the number of pickles he gets himself into. I don't understand this friendship between Fromage and Charlotte. Charlotte is intelligent and sharp, whereas, Fromage is??? ... Well, Fromage is Fromage.
Fromage likes to yap non-stop and Charlotte likes to listen. This may be the main reason why they are good friends.
Fromage gets jealous if anyone tries to become too friendly with Charlotte.
Mom is a humanoid jointly owned by us.
The humanoids call her Missy, but she is Mom to us kitties.
Mom runs our cheese shop. The cheese shop is situated in the heart of Kensington, London. It is modeled on our successful cheese shop in Paris.
We let Mom get away with thinking that she owns us, although it is us kitties who actually own her.
Our world revolves around Mom, but she has a bee in her bonnet about things that we kitties never care about.
* Our food
Our diet is carefully controlled by Mom much against our wishes.
No amount of twirling and meowing around her feet can change her mind when she prepares dinner. Even looking at her with adoring eyes gets us nowhere
Drat!!!! Drat!!!! & Treble Drat!!!?
* Our cleanliness
Mom is a cleanliness freak! When we least expect it, out come our fur-cleaning brushes.
Fromage tries to hide as soon as she gets these brushes out.
But Cara puts on her prissy look and actually purrs when Mom brushes her, her blue eyes blinking like two glorious sapphires aimed solely at Mom.
Fromage usually snarls "traitor" at her as he dashes under the sofa. But does she care?
I pretend to protest too, but I can't help liking the brush strokes? on my fur. In any case, you can't stop Mom when she gets into her "clean the kitties" mood.
So why not enjoy it?
Aunt Florence is Mom's humanoid Aunt.
I am not shy to say that Aunt Florence dotes on me.
She is the only family Mom has apart from us. Aunt Florence used to live in the cottage we occupy in Kensington, London. Aunt Florence now lives in Provence, a city in the South of France.
She is an art historian by profession
Excerpted from "Vampires at Easter"
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Table of Contents
Family Tree, 7,
Take a Peek @ My Family, 8,
Our Detective Agency, Inca & Company, 17,
14 Days Before Easter, 20,
13 Days Before Easter, 31,
12 Days Before Easter, 34,
11 Days Before Easter, 40,
10 Days Before Easter, 52,
09 Days Before Easter, 57,
08 Days Before Easter, 67,
07 Days Before Easter, 83,
06 Days Before Easter, 99,
05 Days Before Easter, 107,
04 Days Before Easter, 120,
03 Days Before Easter, 124,
02 Days Before Easter, 128,
01 Days Before Easter, 133,
Easter Sunday, 156,