Cat Crimes Through TimeBook - 1999
With all-new stories especially written for this anthology, a litter of feline-foiled felonies & fatalities. Over the centuries, cats have played their own special role in history, from the famous ones that were buried with their Egyptian pharaohs to the kitten Edgar Allan Poe set on his shoulder while at his writing desk to the rough-&-ready mousers of 19th-century frontier towns - all of whom figure among the twenty-one original mysteries collected here. In their latest cat-mystery anthology, Gorman, Greenberg & Segriff have commissioned new cats tales from just about every historical period, from ancient Egypt to the Wild West to 1940s Hollywood. Veteran suspense writers such as Carole Nelson Douglas, Doug Allyn, Jon L. Breen, Janet Dawson, & Bill Crider join with rising newcomers.
Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1999
Edition: 1st Carroll & Graf ed
Characteristics: 335 p. ; 22 cm