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Also by Claire Donally:

Cat Nap, May 2013
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The Big Kitty, May 2012
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The Big Kitty
Claire Donally

A tough-as-nails cat helps solve a series of small-town murders

Berkley
May 2012
On Sale: May 1, 2012
304 pages
ISBN: 042524802X
EAN: 9780425248027
Kindle: B0072O036I
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$7.99
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Mystery Cozy | Mystery Pet Lovers

Did curiosity kill the cat lady?

Sunny Coolidge left her New York City newspaper job to go back to Maine and take care of her ailing father. But there’s not much excitement—or interesting work—in Kittery Harbor. So when Ada Spruance, the town’s elderly cat lady, asks for help finding her supposedly-winning lottery ticket, Sunny agrees. But when she arrives at Ada’s, with a stray tomcat named Shadow tagging along, they discover the poor woman dead at the bottom of her stairs. Was it an accident—or did Ada’s death have to do with that missing lottery ticket, which turns out to be worth six million dollars?

Town Constable Will Price suspects the worst. And Sunny’s reporter instincts soon drive her to do some investigating of her own. Even Shadow seems to have a nose for detective work. Following the trail of the purrloined ticket, Sunny and Shadow try to shed some light on a killer’s dark motives—before their own numbers are up…

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1 comment posted.

Re: The Big Kitty

Looks like our kitten all grown up
(Chrislin Payne 8:11pm September 2, 2012)

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