Feline Felonies

43 Stories from the world s best mystery writersTales of murder, mayhem, and meows Here s the pick of the litter from the world s greatest mystery writers They come from such bestselling authors as Lilian Jackson Braun, whose SuSu and the 8 30 Ghost features a charming Siamese who smells a rat in a chilling tale of two spinster sisters and their eccentric neighbor.43 Stories from the world s best mystery writersTales of murder, mayhem, and meows Here s the pick of the litter from the world s greatest mystery writers They come from such bestselling authors as Lilian Jackson Braun, whose SuSu and the 8 30 Ghost features a charming Siamese who smells a rat in a chilling tale of two spinster sisters and their eccentric neighbor Also represented Ruth Rendell, Edgar Allan Poe, Patricia Highsmith, P.G Wodehouse, Phyllis Eleanor Bentley, Edgar Pangborn, and many others It s a chillingly entertaining collection
Feline Felonies Stories from the world s best mystery writersTales of murder mayhem and meows Here s the pick of the litter from the world s greatest mystery writers They come from such bestselling authors as Li

  • Title: Feline Felonies
  • Author: Abigail Browning
  • ISBN: 9781578661145
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Feline Felonies”

    1. I picked up this book expecting a light anthology. I stopped a third of the way through because I found some of the stories too disturbing. Fiction or not, I am unable to enjoy any story about dead cats.

    2. An intriguing anthology of short stories with felines as the central figure. This is a pretty typical anthology - various styles, themes and societal norms are represented.Only a few really fantastic ones. A few that I just couldn't engage in and abandoned, even tho the stories are mostly quite short. One or two very disappointing resolutions.One made me cry (anger and sadness!) - written during the 1980's - I am betting you can guess it once you read it. I enjoy anthologies because I often 'mee [...]

    3. I picked this up at the library mostly out of amused curiosity. I assumed this would be a collection of silly whodunnits where happy fluffy cats solve the mysteries (kind of like the stupid Sneaky Pie Brown series). I was pleasantly surprised to discover these stories are of very high quality and (mostly) not silly at all. I liked how most of the stories were intelligent and psychological short stories, involving themes of crime and cats.

    4. This was always one of my favorite short story collections. There are several gems involving mystery, humor, and, of course, cats. You should love cats to read this book but it's not required. Some stories are duds but that's inevitable in a collection this big. Most are good and a few a great. I loved it when I was younger and still do now.

    5. A variety of stories, with most every point of view you could imagine. Some are all about the cat, some have a very tenuous connection.

    6. Lots of great stories; some I liked better than others which is to be expected. Great for anyone who loves cats or mysteries.

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