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by Rebecca M. Hale

eBook How to Tail a Cat (Cats and Curios Mystery) epub
  • ISBN: 0425251292
  • Author: Rebecca M. Hale
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berkley; a edition (September 4, 2012)
  • ePUB size: 1666 kb
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How to Tail a Cat book.

How to Tail a Cat book. I have a theory that says the author, Rebecca Hale, found that her writing style was a bit different than the premise on which "Cats and Curios" is based. So alas, she has begun a new series called "Mysteries in the Islands," starting with "Adrift on St. John. I am reading that now.

Praise for the New York Times bestselling Cats and Curios Mysteries: Will delight mystery readers and elicit a purr from those who obey cats.

Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Praise for the New York Times bestselling Cats and Curios Mysteries: Will delight mystery readers and elicit a purr from those who obey cats. - Carolyn Hart, author of Death Comes Silently. Quirky characters, an enjoyable mystery with plenty of twists, and cats, too! A fun read. - Linda O. Johnston, author of the Kendra Ballantyne, Pet-Sitter Mysteries.

Used availability for Rebecca M Hale's How to Tail a Ca.

October 2012 : USA Library Binding. September 2012 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

Book in the The Cats and Curios Mystery Series). Rebecca, the owner of an antiques store and her curious cats are too busy investigating the latest mystery to befall them to pay much attention

Book in the The Cats and Curios Mystery Series). Rebecca, the owner of an antiques store and her curious cats are too busy investigating the latest mystery to befall them to pay much attention. Instead they focus on investigating the mysterious Steinhart brothers, the benefactors who provided the original funding for Clive the alligator's aquarium back in 1900.

Cats and Curios Mysteries. How to wash a cat. Nine lives last forever. How to tail a cat. Mysteries in the Islands. The berkley publishing group. How to moon a cat. Published by the Penguin Group. Penguin Group (USA) Inc. 375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014, USA.

Hale, Rebecca M. Halfway across, however, he slowed and glanced around the space. Visions of the crime scene photos ran through his head as he stared at Harvey Milk’s bronze bust. Visions of the crime scene photos ran through his head as he stared at Harvey Milk’s bronze bust n a smile, his flapping tie thrown back against his chest. Hox turned to look out over the expansive rotunda and once more replayed the moments before the attack. The vision wasn’t difficult to re-create. The rain now pouring down outside had darkened the windows that framed the rotunda’s upper walls. The time was nearing five o’clock, so City Hall had begun to empty out.

But my two cats, Rupert and Isabella, and I have better things to do than tail a reptile from Nob Hill to Fisherman's Wharf. We're investigating the mysterious Steinhart brothers, the 1900s-era benefactors who provided the original funding for Clive the alligator's aquarium

But my two cats, Rupert and Isabella, and I have better things to do than tail a reptile from Nob Hill to Fisherman's Wharf. We're investigating the mysterious Steinhart brothers, the 1900s-era benefactors who provided the original funding for Clive the alligator's aquarium In the media circus surrounding Clive, one clown gets a little too close to the renegade gator-our very own aspiring mayor, Montgomery Carmichael.

Cats and Curios Mysteries Praise for the Cats and Curios Mysteries. Also by Rebecca M. Hale. How to paint a cat. A Berkley Prime Crime Book, published by arrangement with the author. Praise for the Cats and Curios Mysteries.

WHEN IS A WHITE ALLIGATOR A RED HERRING? Okay, granted, an albino alligator on the loose in San Francisco is pretty darn exciting. But my two cats, Rupert and Isabella, and I have better things to do than tail a reptile from Nob Hill to Fisherman's Wharf. We're investigating the mysterious Steinhart brothers, the 1900s-era benefactors who provided the original funding for Clive the alligator's aquarium In the media circus surrounding Clive, one clown gets a little too close to the renegade gator-our very own . .

WHEN IS A WHITE ALLIGATOR A RED HERRING?

Okay, granted, an albino alligator on the loose in San Francisco is pretty darn exciting. But my two cats, Rupert and Isabella, and I have better things to do than tail a reptile from Nob Hill to Fisherman’s Wharf. We’re investigating the mysterious Steinhart brothers, the 1900s-era benefactors who provided the original funding for Clive the alligator’s aquarium. Follow the money, as my uncle Oscar used to say…

In the media circus surrounding Clive, one clown gets a little too close to the renegade gator—our very own aspiring mayor, Montgomery Carmichael. We’d hate to see Monty meet an undignified end, but we’re on a hunt of our own—for Uncle Oscar’s latest treasure. Of course, that’s assuming the whole thing isn’t a crock…

Comments: (7)
Bolv
As a San Franciscan, I have to tell you, this book makes me smile, laugh aloud, work at figuring out the mysteries, and enjoy the history of the city I love so much! Focus is the Steinhart Aquarium in Golden Gate Park. We are also caught up in the election of the interim Mayor.

There is Fried Chicken in the air (followers of the series will know what I'm saying,) and it is exciting Isabella and Rupert, two beautiful cats that live above the Green Vase Antique store. Their person,Oscar's niece begins to find clues, secrets, objects and more that lead her on a chase throughout the city to find Clive, the famous Albino Alligator. Clive is missing from the Aquarium and the city is on alert.

Montgomery Carmichael, hopeful interim Mayoral candidate, is hot on the trail as well. The Ex-Mayor is busy aiding the New incarnation of James Lick, Millionaire Tramp.

While the media chases Clive, and James Lick and friends work the election, San Francisco is enjoying the Indian Summer season with relish.

There are many mysteries in this book. Yes, there is a murder but you might be surprised when it occurs and it leads you to wonder... This is not a traditional murder mystery, no it is far more.

Ms. Hale writes with the quirky style that us San Franciscans love. The characters do not need names as we recognize their description. But, the book isn't just for insiders, no it is for persons that enjoy true mysteries and love to laugh. This is a wonderful series. It ends with a cliff hanger which is exciting to me as I await the next in the series. Oh, I now know 'How to Tail a Cat."
Freighton
The usual characters are with us once again. After this last book am not so sure I find the uncle a man who has good motives other than helping his niece support his beloved antique shop and her life. Other than the niece and cats there aren't any characters that one can admire or like or look forward to again in next book. Someone good to be a part of Ms. Hales stories would improve the reading of them.
Otherwise the history of San Fran is interesting but find some of it a bit much when thre's not enough character development.
Jugami
I've found the other books in this series enjoyable and the characters fun.
This time around, the plot was too bizarre. The characters were flat and confusing. Did the story end? There was a murder that I don't think was solved. The book was so boring that I lost track of things and did not care to try to puzzle anymore.
The book would not make much sense if you hadn't read the earlier books. Actually, it didn't make much sense even if you had read the earlier books
Oppebro
WE have recently joined the Rebecca Hale fan club. I lived in the Bay Area for twenty five years. Retired and moved to the high desert in Utah. Rebecca's book makes me long to move back and we would if I really wanted have all the traffic and earthquakes. My present home is peaceful. During rush hour it takes me almost four minutes to drive from one end of town to the other end on the main street (four traffic lights)
Steelrunner
This is another mystery that is solved by a lady and her two cats. She also has the help of a pesky neighbor. There is mystery of the alligator, and what it has to do with the clues left by her uncle. This is another interesting mystery and it also has some funny situations that involve her pesky neighbor. In spite of her pesky neighbor, she and her cats are able to solve the mystery.
Drelahuginn
Inventive and ingenious with a dash of historical information and what darned FUN! This is a great series and the story, although it has cats a main characters, doe not dsepend on them and is a stand alone mystery and suspense series. The books have humor and intrigue.
Manona
This is my second "read" in this series. The disjoined jumping from one character with no real connection leaves the reader wondering - What the ..???? If this series needs the readers to start with the first book to make sense, then this isn't the series for me. I've read many other authors where there is a continuum, however, whether you start with the beginning or jump in the middle, at least the reader could figure out what is going on. In this story, "How to Tail a Cat", I was left wondering: 1) Who is "the niece"?; 2) What is her role in the series, other than owning two cats?; 3)One reviewer wrote that the cats are the main character? Really? I must have missed that - there seemed to be no main character, for that matter, what was the plot?; 4) Ms. Hale seems to "borrow" character traits from other more revered authors - she needs to come up with her own story lines and character development. I would not recommend this book to anyone. I struggled to make it to through the book, jumping pages at a time, since the author seemed to get caught in her own "web" with paragraphs of "nothing". Did someone tell her that her books need to have a minimum number of pages? I finally just skipped to the back after scim/scan reading and still have yet to figure out where the rising action started and where the climax of this story happened. Was it with the death of the "snitch"? The reader was left hanging - what is the "treasure" that this niece is looking for? Why is she looking for it? With that, I'm finished with this review. I won't read any more from this series, maybe not from this author.
For a cat lover as a gift, she got the entire curio set!
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