In these nineteen original tail-twitching tales of mystery, cats from Maine coon to Scottish fold, tabby to Siamese, white Persian to calico crack all manner of holiday capers. Arbor Day reminds a veterinarian how a kitten’s coat cinched a murder case . . . A smart young woman at Christmas discovers that the way to an old man’s inheritance is not through his heart but through his cat . . . A family Hanukkah celebration gives a sharp-eyed cop with a fondness for felines insight into blackmail and murder . . . An abused stray at Thanksgiving sends a family over the edge . . . And many more!
Once again mystery fans will cheer as cats meet crime for a fur-raising showdown of deceit, detection, and a dizzying display of feline fireworks.
"There is much to purr over." –Publishers Weekly
About Martin H. Greenberg
Martin H. Greenberg has been called “the best anthologist since Ellery Queen.” In addition to coediting the Cat Crimes series, he is the editor of Women on the Edge. He resides in Green Bay, Wisconsin.Ed Gorman has won the Shamus… More about Martin H. Greenberg
About Larry Segriff
Larry Segriff is the author of three novels and the co-editor of the award-winning anthology, The Fine Art of Murder.
Published by Ivy Books Jan 03, 1995| 352 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/2| ISBN 9780345482228