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Feline and Famous: Cat Crimes Goes Hollywood A Cat S Glorious Coat Gives Away A Murderer A Feline TV Stand In Takes The Heat For An Edible Accident A Loony Cast Of Cartoonists Loses Their Real Life Inspiration Whether They Save The Day, Take Their Curious Revenge, Or Refuse To Do The Expected, Cats Have Made Their Home In Hollywood And The Silver Screen Will Never Be The Same Again Introduction Ed Gorman Dying For Dollars Terry Black The Magician S Palace Edward D Hoch Cat In The Act Rochelle Majer Krich The Ten Lives Of Talbert Barbara Collins Spacecat Barbara Paul Cap N Bob And Gus Bill Crider A Crazy Business John Lutz Lizzie And The Wonder Boys A Bit Of Sun Before Midnight Tracy Knight Credit The Cat Jon L Breen The Catnap Les Roberts The Krystal Caper Jill M Morgan Just An Alley Cat Jan Grape The Cat That Got Away Ted Fitzgerald The King Of Comedy Or, A Policeman S Lot Is Not A Happy One PM Carlson Defrauding The Cat Catherine Dain Second Nature Livia Washburn And James Reasoner Hollywood Considered As A Seal Point In The Sun Bruce Holland Rogers

About the Author: Martin Harry Greenberg

Martin Harry Greenberg was an American academic and speculative fiction anthologist In all, he compiled 1,298 anthologies and commissioned over 8,200 original short stories He founded Tekno Books, a packager ofthan 2000 published books In addition, he was a co founder of the Sci Fi Channel For the 1950s anthologist and publisher of Gnome Press, see Martin Greenberg.

10 thoughts on “Feline and Famous: Cat Crimes Goes Hollywood

  1. says:

    An anthology of seventeen mysteries with a cat in each one Written by award winning and well known authors, the likes of Edward D Hoch, John Lutz, Jon L Breen, Barbara Collins andThey all take place in and around Hollywood, film capital of the world.They can be victim, revenge seeker, inspiration or the one who solves the m

  2. says:

    I m ambivalent towards this collection The stories were clever and well conceived, but there wasn t any real fire to them Nothing stuck with me or captured my interest They re solid, but not special At least I ve finally decided I don t like short stories I just start to care about the characters and the story s over.

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