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   Milk Treading, by Pamela Jane  
 
  Novel, first publication in May 2002
 
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      Life isn’t easy for Julius Kyle, a jaded crime hack with the Post. When he wakes up on a sand barge with his head full of grit he knows things have to change. But how fast they’ll change he doesn’t guess until his best friend Mick jumps to his death off a fifty foot bridge outside the Post’s window. Worst of all, he’s a cat. That means keeping himself scrupulously clean, defending his territory and battling an addiction to milk.

    Life isn’t easy for a small cat with a big mouth, uttering words that could lead to a riot – or a war. So when the lovely Moira begs Julius for help, Julius is drawn brutally into a life he has only lived in his novels – the life of his hero sleuth Tiger Straight.

    The cats live in a city called Bast, a sprawling world of alleyways and claw-shaped towers. Julius has to contend with political intrigue, territorial disputes and dog-burglars. For murder, mystery, mayhem and milk treading … join Julius as he prowls deeper and deeper into the crooked underworld of Bast.

     
     
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