The Cat Who Could Read Backwards
Lilian Jackson Braun
The first in Braun’s beloved “Cat Who” series – While exploring the art community for an article for the Daily Fluxion, Qwilleran encounters intrigue, murder and an extraordinary Siamese cat named Koko.
Cat in a Red Hot Rage
Carole Nelson Douglas
The latest of the Midnight Louie mysteries – Midnight Louie and his companion Temple Barr are called upon to solve a murder at a Red Hat Society convention in Las Vegas. The Cat and the King of Clubs is the first in this long-running series.
More P. G. Wodehouse than Arthur Conan Doyle, this laugh-out-loud mystery features a bookstore owner, her Abyssinian cat named Big Mike, and a minor-league baseball team.
A Cat on the Bus
The latest in the series – if you enjoy Lillian Jackson Braun’s “Cat Who” books, you’ll want to curl up with a cat and read this series about the adventures of Alice Nestleton, aspiring actress and catsitter.
Cat pay the Devil: a Joe Grey Mystery
Shirley Rousseau Murphy
Feline sleuths must rescue their human friends from kidnappers. Read Cat on the Edge for the first of the Joe Grey Mysteries.
To Catch a Cat
In this suspenseful thriller, schoolboy Robin is a witness to murder when, on a dare, he sneaks into the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nordiving to steal their pedigreed Norwegian Forest cat.
Mew is for Murder
Debut novel by the author of the Feline Mystique - this well plotted cat mystery is not your usual cat cozy. When freelance writer Theda Krakow finds the “crazy cat lady” dead, she is determined to find the truth.
Whisker of Evil
Rita Mae Brown
The 12th book in Brown’s witty Mrs. Murphy novels propels Mary “Harry” Haristeen and her cat Mrs. Murphy into another irresistible mystery involving rabies and horse breeders. (The first in the series is Wish You Were Here).
Scratch the Surface: a Cat Lover’s Mystery
The start of a new series – Felicity Pride, popular cat mystery author, finds a cat and a corpse on her doorstep. Ironically, she knows nothing about cats and the mystery is proving much more difficult than her own stories.