Cats find themselves in all sorts of situations, sometimes comic, sometimes scary, sometimes just plain headshaking. In fact, for some reason, cats tend to draw crazy situations to themselves like the old cliché, moths to a flame.
But nothing attracts cats like a good mystery, particularly of the cozy kind. Cats love crime; they love to solve crimes, to observe humans trying to solve crimes, and occasionally even to commit crimes, because, you know—cats.
The felines in this volume do all of the above and more. Grab a comfy chair and a purring feline, and dig in.
"Lin Jee" by Mary A. Turzillo
"The Maltese Double Cross" by Carole Nelson Douglas
"Scrawny Pete" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
"The White Cat" by W.W. Jacobs
"Uncle Philbert" by Dory Crowe
"Cat Nap" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
"Mystery Cat" by Dean Wesley Smith
"The Christmas Kitten" by Ed Gorman