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Cat Deck the Halls: A Joe Grey Mystery (Joe Grey Mystery Series) Mass Market Paperback – October 28, 2008
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About the Author
Shirley Rousseau Murphy is the author of twenty mysteries in the Joe Grey series, for which she has won the Cat Writers’ Association Muse Medallion nine years running, and has received ten national Cat Writers’ Association Awards for best novel of the year. She is also a noted children’s book author, and has received five Council of Authors and Journalists Awards. She lives in Carmel, California, where she serves as full-time household help to two demanding feline ladies.
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Top customer reviews
The police are alerted, but when the emergency vehicles arrive on the scene, there is no body, no child and all that the police can find is some blood around and near the Christmas tree. It's the season to celebrate, but with all that's going on in Molena Point, there is little to smile about as long as this mystery can't be solved.
As in most of Murphy's Joe Grey Mysteries, there are a lot of characters to keep track of. However, the three cats bound from roof to roof and house to house without confusion. For cat lovers, these kitties are the best, especially when their secret is revealed.
This is a wonderful series of books for cat lovers and/or mystery lovers.
Ms. Murphy is a wonderful story teller. I collect her books, so I know the intelligent way she uses words to bring the reader into the story be it one of her childrens books or a Joe Grey Mystery.
You will be brought into the world of regular people living and working in a small beach town but some of them have to deal with a secret. If it ever gets out that Clyde, Wilma and only a few others know about Joe, Dulcie and Kit what a mess that would be. Hard to keep the fact that these cats are from a spicial breed. Joe loves to snoop! Joe loves to order food from the local deli and Joe, Dulcie and Kit visit the local police department, slove crime and no one ever knows who the persons are who help the police. Cat Deck The Halls is set at the Christmas season and the cats are looking forward to the Christmas Musical and the seasons treats. Joe is a bit slow in finding out what all is going on when some suspect people move into a house down the road from Kit's house. Maybe kit is skiddish already from finding a man shot to death under the town Christmas Tree, and where is the little girl who was with him?
Great story you will enjoy.
There are so many human characters in the book, I was often confused who was who and how they were connected to each other...but whatever, that's probably just me - possibly because I haven't read the previous books.
I did guess the murderer very early on, almost immediately...so the big mystery was WHY did he do it? The mystery is solid, with very plausible red herrings.
I will eventually get around to reading all the other 16 novels in the series.
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The solutions all there, but easy to miss.