Dame Cecile Savoy's qrevolting floor mopq of a Pekinese has passed away at a ripe old age. Now, the aging British actress convinces her rivals on stage and screen, Trixie and Evangeline, to support her in her hour of grief...by accompanying her to a taxidermist. But it's a cab ride straight to a cat-astrope! No sooner do the three elderly thespians enter qStuff Yoursq than they discover a dead body, a live kitty in a cage, and flames bursting from the back room. Fortunately for a rare Japanese bobtail called Cho-Cho-San, Trixie grabs the cat before fleeing the scene. But who's the victim? Who set the fire? And why was a gorgeous feline going to be stuffed? Of course, Cho-Cho-San knows more than she's letting on as the curtain goes up on foul play, murderous jealousies, and a killer who may be going to the dogs....What do we tell the publisher: Sorry, that editor you assigned to me is too hungover to do her job? ... Look, for one recipe, why dona#39;t you give them my No- Pans-to-Wash-Poached-Egg?a#39; a#39;Oh, I havena#39;t thought of that in years! But do ... Oil it lightly, break the egg into it, tie up the ends and lower it into your pan of boiling water.
|Title||:||The Cat Who Wasn't a Dog|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan - 2004-11-30|