Cat Under Fire: A Joe Grey Mystery

Mass Market Paperback | December 9, 1998

byShirley Rousseau Murphy

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A big, powerful, gray feline, Joe Grey is perfectly content with his remarkable ability to understand and communicate with humans -- especially now that he has company. A mysterious accident similar to the one that enabled him to speak and read has transformed his friend Dulcie as well. The trouble is, the cute tabby female not only hears human words, she believes them.

Now she's convinced the man who was jailed for murdering a famous local artist and burning down her studio is innocent -- simply because he says so -- and she's willing to do whatever it takes to dig up the evidence that will exonerate the accused. Joe would much prefer just lazing around the house doing kitty things, but the lady cat is determined. And Joe must admit that he is curious ... though everyone knows what that can lead to!

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Joe Grey, a cat with the ability to talk and understand human speech, now has company--a "girlfriend" cat named Dulcie who shares his gifts. But Dulcie's enthusiasm for solving an all-too-human murder mystery could get Joe Grey killed. Original.

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A big, powerful, gray feline, Joe Grey is perfectly content with his remarkable ability to understand and communicate with humans -- especially now that he has company. A mysterious accident similar to the one that enabled him to speak and read has transformed his friend Dulcie as well. The trouble is, the cute tabby female not only he...

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Joe Grey, a cat with the ability to talk and understand human speech, now has company-- a "girlfriend" cat named Dulcie who shares his gifts. But Dulcie's enthusiasm for solving an all-too-human murder mystery could get Joe Grey killed.The second in a series that combines cats. fantasy, mystery, and plenty of charm.Will appeal to fans ...

A big, powerful, gray feline, Joe Grey is perfectly content with his remarkable ability to understand and communicate with humans -- especially now that he has company. A mysterious accident similar to the one that enabled him to speak and read has transformed his friend Dulcie as well. The trouble is, the cute tabby female not only he...

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Format:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 0.64 inPublished:December 9, 1998Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0061056014

ISBN - 13:9780061056017

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A treat! Talking crime solving feline detectives - definintely a winner! Make sure that you don't put it down...or you may miss crime detection scenarios worthy of Ms. Christie & other greats. BTW: 'Joe Grey' is a tom cat... Enjoy some really funny incidents that result in the solving of crimes. Definitely a series that should be on ALL mystery lovers' shelves.
Date published: 2012-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from extraordianary! It captivates from the start, as you follow these two, you fell yourself being pulled right on in for the ride! A great read!!
Date published: 2001-05-08

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Joe Grey, a cat with the ability to talk and understand human speech, now has company--a "girlfriend" cat named Dulcie who shares his gifts. But Dulcie's enthusiasm for solving an all-too-human murder mystery could get Joe Grey killed. Original.