A Cat Tells Two Tales

A Cat Tells Two Tales

Format
Ebook
Price
$12.99
 
Additional Formats
  • Ebook
  • ISBN 9781101608746
  • 400 Pages
  • NAL
  • Adult

Overview

For the first time in one volume, two twisting tales featuring off-off Broadway actress turned sleuth Alice Nestleton and her crime-solving cats Bushy and Pancho…

A Cat in a Manger

It’s the holiday season and Alice is hoping for a merry little Christmas peacefully cat-sitting at a sprawling Long Island estate. Instead, she finds herself embroiled in a deadly conspiracy of high-stakes horse racing, sinister seduction, and missing cash. She knows she’d better count on her cat’s clever instincts and nine lives, since her own curiosity has landed her just a whisker away from death.

A Cat of a Different Color

When a moonstruck student from Alice’s acting class is killed in a Manhattan bar, Alice is determined to solve the crime, especially since the gorgeous Abyssinian-like cat he brought her is stolen on the same night. But the trap she devises to corner the cat-napper entangles her in an even bigger mystery— a dead actor’s secrets of love, revenge, and murder.

Praise

Praise for Lydia Adamson’s Alice Nestleton Mysteries:  

“Witty…slyly captivating.”—Publishers Weekly

“A plucky heroine.”—Library Journal

“The cat’s pajamas.”—Tulsa World
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