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Download Cat Cross Their Graves Mobi è 385 pages ✓ Shirley rousseau murphy ß The Barnes Noble ReviewShirley Rousseau Murphy's popular mystery series features uick witted cats who are also expert investigators This installment finds the uiet town of Molena Point California devastated by the mThe Barnes Noble ReviewShirley Rousseau Murphy's popular mystery series features uick witted cats who are also expert investigators This installment finds the uiet town of Molena Point California devastated by the murder of local celebrity Patty Rose A former actress famed for her WWII era Hollywood musicals Patty was beloved for her many acts of kindness and generosity in the town she'd called home Plot a little scattered than usual with lots about death and the hereafter; lots about family friends in Molena Point Kit is a little too emotional crazy for me at this stage I wish the book would have focused on Joe with a little straightforward sleuthing Feels like author is slowly bringing us back around to Catswold Portal

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Since her retirement First on the scene after her famous friend is killed the extraordinary young tortoiseshell Kit takes the lead in this investigation Trained by one of the finest feline detectives in town the large gray tomcat named Joe Grey Kit puts her every instinct to work following the perpetrator and gathering at great risk all the evidence humans will need to see justice done Sentient felin It missed on most levels but did manage to have some likeable details here and there a bunch of aging women who look after each other being oneFirstly it's not a mystery You know who the bad guy is straight away and the plot evolves along predictable lines There's some bad profiling of a guy we are supposed to believe is a cult leader although he has no charisma whatsoever shown in any part of the book Somehow this unlikeable scuttling man manages to inspire unuestioning loyalty in others? That could benefit from a little bit of opening upThen there is a sense that good men's violence is legitimated by how dangerous a world is with bad men in it This is such a dangerous right wing ideology even or maybe especially when advanced in an apparently gentle wayThe cats are too anthropomorphic and lose much catness in the trade off They are special cats other cats not only cannot talk but are not sentient which makes this a fail in post human terms Joe and Dulcie's relationship is stereotypically heterosexual without any of the narcissim that is a trade mark of actual cats Dulcie in particular They're just middle class people who happen to be short and furry There's no cat agenda there's little details of cat life they follow humans around obsessed with human problems relationships and solving human mysteries Kit too is just a well meaning but babyish human teenagerThe lack of realism is not a crime it's just disappointing reading as a cat loverThe things I did like were that out of the overly large cast of humans you are possibly meant to read these in order so you get familiar with them the women seemed to be into building houses and driving big cars and the men seemed to be into cooking which was a bit refreshing considering how many of cosy mysteries are all 1950s about gender The feminism was mild and diluted but there were hints of it also in the way the older women were such a vibrant and important community and took care of each otherSo I'd like a bit mystery a bit cat and much better psychology but this was certainly not as bad as a lot of what's out there

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Cat Cross Their GravesEs Joe Grey Dulcie and Kit soon discover that this brutal crime has far reaching ties and is complex than anyone human or animal suspects As usual the humans who are lucky enough to share the lives of these curiously clever cats do their part including a frightened child who's taken refuge in a hidden room with only Dulcie to offer her company and comfort and the first faint hope of freedom Sue Stone This is the best one yet Yes I have said that before and each time I meant it This book was compelling and such drama included that I just have to say it is creepy sad there is a good ending but it took me through such details about the characters and the interactions It was an excellent story The Narrator I love her voices and inflections Susan Mallory? Be back after I check to be sure