|Author:||Shirley Rousseau Murphy|
|Title:||Cat Seeing Double: A Joe Grey Mystery|
|Format:||mobi rtf docx txt|
|ePUB size:||1542 kb|
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|DJVU size:||1188 kb|
|Publisher:||Thorndike Pr (June 1, 2003)|
Shirley Rousseau Murphy is the author of twenty mysteries in the Joe Grey series, for which she has won the Cat Writers’ Association Muse Medallion nine years running, and has received ten national Cat Writers’ Association Awards for best novel of the year. She is also a noted children’s book author, and has received five Council of Authors and Journalists Awards. Each one could stand alone. Her books are easy to read and they are clean thankfully.
by Shirley Rousseau Murphy. Winner of 11 Muse Medallion awards from the Cat Writers Association. Great sleuthing with a feline touch. New hardcover copies of the recent ones can still be obtained. Joe Grey and his partner Dulcie are frantic when Courtney, their pretty teen-kitten, goes missing, so he has neglected his detective work with the Molina Point police-and now he's worried by a stalled investigation.
Author: Shirley Rousseau Murphy. Pages: 384. Publisher: Avon. Cat Seeing Double: A Joe Grey Mystery Shirley Rousseau Murphy Avon 2011-11-21 384 pages English PDF,MOBI,RTF,LIT,EPUB,LRF.
Cat Seeing Double book. Shirley Rousseau Murphy is the author of over 40 books, including the award-winning Joe Grey cat mystery series and three other novels for adults, the Dragonbards Trilogy and more for young adults, and many books for children. She grew up in southern California, riding and showing the horses her father trained
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Shirley Rousseau Murphy. Cat Laughing Last: A Joe Grey Mystery. Shirley Rousseau Murphy. Cat Breaking Free: A Joe Grey Mystery. Seeing it, her mouth had gone dry, and she had wanted to turn and run, to escape. But now the sounds behind her down the hall kept her from fleeing back through the house to the front; she was trapped here. She was terrified that someone would come this way, step from the brightly lit kitchen, down the hall, and into the laundry room, switch on a sudden light.
ng author Shirley Rousseau Murphy once again brings us Joe Grey and Dulcie, the most cunning set of feline sleuths ever to stick their paws into crime solving. Always a loner, Charlie Getz never expected to fall in love with anyone, let alone the chief of police of Molena Point, California. So her wedding on a perfect, sunny day is all the more joyous especially when two of the honored guests are four-footed pals, feline detectives Joe Grey and Dulcie.
Shirley Rousseau Murphy. Romance is in the air in the charming seaside village of Molena Point, California. Everyone is excited about the upcoming wedding of its chief of police to the lovely Charlie Getz, even cool feline detective Joe Grey. But the festivities are interrupted when two uninvited guests try to blow up the church. Then one of the bride's good friends, building contractor Ryan Flannery, lands in a heap of trouble when her philandering husband is found dead.
About book: A series of home invasions are occurring in Molena Point. There no clues,as to who is doing it. Two to four men break into a home where there is lone woman and beat her up and destroy the house. Someone is trying to hurt the MPPD and Max Harper. The cat realize there is strangle Tom Cat around but Joe and Dulcie are not interested as long as he is not bothering them. Kit see a performance cat in a distance and hopes it is mate. Starting with the previous book, I have noticed a change in the style of Murphy's writing. Most notable, is the use of profanity among the characters. Granted, it is light cursing (. hell" and "damn"), but it is not the kind of writing I expect from this author. It began as a characterization technique.