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Catnap by Carole Nelson DouglWhen Temple Barr five feet zero of feisty redhead goes in hot pursuit of a stray black cat streaking through a publishing convention exhibit hall s 35 stars I enjoyed the premise of this book a lot I loved the character of Midnight Louie I also thought the plot and the motivation behind the murder were greatThe one problem i had with this book and I admit I may be obsessive about this is that when the two cats and then later Midnight Louie go missing why didn't Temple Barr check the animal shelter I know it sounds crazy but that is what I kept thinking Temple Barr wrap up at the end was wonderful she sounds intelligent so why this hole in the plot about the shelter Of course Midnight Louie pointed her in the right direction at the end but when animals go missing you check at the shelter to see if they had been turned inAnyway I admit it may be just me about this matter A good book I will definitely read by this writer

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Old library cats named Baker and Taylor are kidnapped for ransom The pair must sniff out a murderer before Murder by the Book describes their fates I love animal mysteries but didn't like this one

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Catnap by Carole Nelson Douglas doc Ó Mass Market Paperback ☆ carole nelson douglas ☆ When Temple Barr five feet zero of feisty redhead goes in hot pursuit of a stray black cat streaking through a publishing convention exhibit hall she stumbles over a big time NY editor lying dead WhHe stumbles over a big time NY editor lying dead While Temple and Midnight Louie are on the case the famous publishing mascots a pair of Scottish F I guess I'm missing something judging from the large number of 4 and 5 ratings for this book but I just couldn't get into it Full of cliches not really that amusing and the parts in Louie's voice were just too coy and trying too hard to be clever Not my cup of tea I'm afraid