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 thereas not much excitementaor interesting workain Kittery Harbor. So when Ada Spruance, the townas elderly cat lady, asks for help finding her supposedly-winning lottery ticket, Sunny agrees. But when she arrives at Adaas, with a stray tomcat named Shadow tagging along, they discover the poor woman dead at the bottom of her stairs. Was it an accidentaor did Adaas 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 Sunnyas 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 killeras dark motivesabefore their own numbers are upabOnce again, Will waved good-bye when Sunny was inside the door. She said hello to her dad and Shadow, went to the kitchen, dug out a block of low fat, low- sodium cheddar, and used the toaster oven to make grilled cheese. It wasna#39;t ananbsp;...
|Title||:||The Big Kitty|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2012-05-01|