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When his friend's new art exhibit of cat paintings opens at the local theater of their rodent city, Hermux Tantamoq, the watch-making mouse, finds himself in a predicament when he shows support for his friend by taking a stand against the city's mayor and a group of militant mice trying to close the show.
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This second book, The Sands of Time continues the adventures of Hermux Tantamoq, mouse and watchmaker in the imaginary city of Pinchester. When the museum announces a show of Mirrin Stentrill's latest paintings- monumental, visionary portraits of cats- Mayor Hooter Pinkwiggin vows to shut it down. Cast are touchy subject among Pinchester's mostly small-rodent population. But while militant mice organize to stop the show, most of Pinchester's stylish set is vying for invitations to the gala opening. Complications arise when a mysterious chipmunk named Birch Tentintrotter claims to have a map to the royal library of an ancient kingdom of cats. When Birch recruits Hermux to help him find the library, they discover they're not the only ones looking for it!
Michael Hoeye worked in New York as a textile designer, stagehand, fashion photographer and high school teacher. He completed graduate work in psychiatry and religion in Manhattan and then moved to Oregon where he still lives. He taught Management of Innovation and Creativity at Marylhurst University before turning to writing. TIME STOPS FOR NO MOUSE is his first published work.
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