The Cat Who Wasn't a Dog

The Cat Who Wasn't a Dog

Marian Babson


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A rescued cat is a clue to a killer’s identity in this cozy mystery by an “utterly entertaining” Agatha Award–winning author (Booklist).
Aging actress Dame Cecile Savoy is on the way to a Brighton taxidermist’s shop, accompanied by her friends Trixie and Evangeline—and her recently departed Pekingese. But when they arrive, they discover a dead body, a spreading fire, and a helpless Japanese bobtail cat in a cage.
After rescuing the endangered kitty, aka Cho-Cho-San, Trixie and Evangeline now have another heroic task to attempt: finding out who’s responsible, and what sort of person would bring a live cat to a place like that.
“Ailurophiles will want to snuggle up to British veteran Marian Babson’s latest comic feline cozy.” —Publishers Weekly
The Cat Who Wasn’t a Dog is the 6th book in the Trixie Dolan & Evangeline Sinclair Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.


Marian Babson:
Marian Babson, born Ruth Stenstreem, is an American mystery writer. Her first published work was Cover-Up Story (1971), and she has written over forty-five mysteries. Babson served as secretary of the Crime Writers’ Association and was awarded the CWA Dagger in the Library in 1996.