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Great Cat Mysteries: An Anthology of Feline Capers | [Larry Segriff, Sharyn McCrumb, Joan Hess]

Great Cat Mysteries: An Anthology of Feline Capers

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Publisher's Summary

If you believe in the feline mystique, this anthology will have you purring. Intrigue, murder, and a not-so-cuddly kitty are at the center of these 9 stories by some of the finest, best selling mystery writers of all time. Curl up with Larry Segriff's No Hard Feelings read by Jamie Farr, Sharyn McCrumb's Nine Lives to Live read by Mary Jo Catlett, Joan Hess's The Maggody Files: Hillbilly Cat read by Jean Smart, Clark Howard's Animals read by David Birney, Edward D. Hoch's The Theft of the Mafia Cat read by Richard Gilliland, J.A. Jance's The Duel read by Eleanor Mondale, Ellery Queen's The Adventures of the Seven Black Cats read by Mike Walker, Janwillem van de Wetering's A Great Sight read by Mason Adams, and Carole Nelson Douglas's Coyote Peyote read by David Ackroyd.

The Theft of the Mafia Cat Copyright ©1972 by Edward D. Hoch; Animals Copyright ©1985 by Clark Howard; A Great Sight Copyright ©1983 by Janwillem van de Wetering; The Duel Copyright ©1991 by J.A. Jance; The Maggody Files: Hillbilly Cat Copyright ©1992 by Joan Hess; Nine Lives to Live Copyright ©1992 by Sharyn McCrumb; No Hard Feelings Copyright ©1992 by Larry Segriff; Coyote Peyote Copyright ©1994 by Carole Nelson Douglas; The Adventure of the Seven Black Cats Copyright ©1934 by Ellery Queen, Copyright Renewed; Copyright (P)1996 by Dove Audio, Inc.

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    M. Fort Belvoir, VA, United States 05-20-05
    M. Fort Belvoir, VA, United States 05-20-05
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    "Better editing needed"

    I have no complaints about the stories in this audible book. I enjoyed most of the readings. Especially Jean Smart. Unfortunately, the editing of the stories is awful; whoever edited the audible book did not allow for a break between each story. As soon as one story was finished another one began. I found this very frustrating. There was no time to evaluate each story. I enjoy being given the opportunity to create an opinion on the nature, character, or quality of the books I am listening to.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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    Cathy Cole 04-19-04
    Cathy Cole 04-19-04
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    "Cat lovers may wish to avoid"

    Because of the authors included in this book, particularly Sharon McCrumb and Joan Hess, I was eager to listen. And several of the stories did not let me down. However, for anyone who has cats in their family, as I do, may wish to avoid this book. At least three of the stories involved death of cats and one deals with the theft of cats and their ultimate sale to vivisection/cosmetic laboratories with such detailed descriptions I couldn't listen to much of the story. Having skipped ahead, I did find a redeeming ending to the story, however sad, but this selection and others certainly cooled me to the book overall.

    4 of 5 people found this review helpful
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    Ann Tucson, AZ United States 12-18-14
    Ann Tucson, AZ United States 12-18-14
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    These are great stories, but there is less than a second between them! The name and author of the next story is not even given. The last sentence of one literally runs into the first sentence of the next which is very confusing.

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