The outcry when Conan Doyle pushed Sherlock Holmes over the Reichenbach Falls and the dismay when Freeling shot Van der Valk are nothing compared to the chaos that ensues when Lorinda Lucas tries to dispose of Miss Petunia and her siblings, Lily and Marigold. Not only does the lid blow off the fictional village of St. Waldemar Boniface, but the literary colony of Brimful Coffers is shaken to its foundations. Old feuds are resurrected and new feuds are born as a town full of mystery writers begins to wonder if life has imitated art or vice versa. Even the cats, Had-I, But-Known, and Roscoe, become embroiled and add their share to the motives for murder and frayed nerves in the community.
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Marian Babson is a mystery writer and the author of more than forty novels in the traditional amateur-sleuth style, "murder most British." In 1996 she was awarded the Crime Writers' Association Dagger in the library category for her body of work. She was born in Salem, Massachusetts, but has lived in London for the greater part of her life. Her many interests--theater, cinema, art, cooking, travel, and cats--are reflected in her numerous novels.From AudioFile:
Kitties, writers and mystery converge on Brimful Coffers , a community of authors in an English village. Chaos follows as new resident novelist Lucinda Lucas and her feline companions inquire into threats that lead to murder. Nadia May composes a lighthearted narration of feline and human happenings. With enticing charm and a bit of satire, she voices the intrigue, fear and frivolity by which characters collectively attempt to sniff out a killer. B.J.L. (c) AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Wheeler Publishing, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111568955227
Book Description Wheeler Publishing, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1568955227