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Well, mew know this is fur cats, and dogs, who read wif the purrson they have adopted.  

Reviews fur 2006.

Deception Point by Dan Brown.
Thrilling! I was turning pages and on edge of my seat or Meowmie's lap after the furst couple of chapters

Cat Cross Their Graves by Shirley Rousseau Murphey.

One of Joe Grey's best! Another page turner!!

Reviews fur 2003, 2004, and 2005:


They are :

By cozy mystery author -

Lilian Jackson Braun.

The Cat Who Went Bananas (2005)

The Cat Who Brought Down the House (2003)

The Cat Who Read Backwards (1966)

The Cat Who Turned On and Off (1967)

The Cat Who Saw Red (1986)

Long and Short Tales of James Q. Qwilleran (2003)

Shirley Roussea Murphey -

Cat Seeing Double (2003)

Tom Clancy -

The Dragon and The Bear (2000)

James Patterson -

Kiss the Girls

Eleanor Cameron

Court of the Stone Children (1991)



Books I read in 2003.

I am always re-reading the Cat Who mysteries. You can see some of my reviews on the previous pages. But this year I read The Cat Who Brought Down the House. It is a lot of fun with the action centered around a theater and Koko. It is closest to the old Cat Who than any of the other recent additions to this series. I reread, The Cat Who Read that story, The Cat Who Turned On and Off and presently, The Cat Who Saw Red.





Court of the Stone Children

This book is a fantasy/ghost story geared towards children but also enjoyed by adults.

The heroine of this book, Domi, has to move from her home in Central California with her family to San Francisco. She is despondent until she discovers an old house with a past and a garden of stone children. Intrigue follows as she befriends the girl of the house who needs help. As the story unfolds, Domi, begins to suspect that her new friend is a ghost.

This tale is very charming and warm-hearted and you care both about Domi and all her friends, ghosts or not.