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on 31 August 2012
A light and amusing mystery/detective story. I can just see it as a film, maybe a Walt Disney film.
The writing is impeccable, and the author has a gift for phrasing - 'about as warm as a Huron January' and 'his air of patient melancholy.' I particularly enjoyed the accounts of the attempted capture of Marmalade. You know cats - the smug certainty of the master of the house, the cat, rings so true. 4 stars for that, and a fifth for the accounts of the mischief and mayhem that an active and maybe malicious cat could create.
Incredible value for 99c.