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   Danger in D.C., by Martin H. Greenberg  
 
  Anthology, first publication in August 1993 , latest edition in August 1995
 
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      Creeping on all fours around the White House lawn and consorting with deal-makers near the corridors of power, cats are making their presence known in the eerie alleyways of our nation's capital. Inside the pages of this anthology are nineteen stories that feature cats getting down to the people's business. In "The President's Cat Is Missing," a simple catnapping scheme proves much too successful for its own good; in "That Damn Cat," a celebrity feline knows only one incredible trick, but it works like a charm every time; and in "Cat and Canary," political protest is taken to a new low. Mystery fans and cat lovers alike will pounce on these hairy tales written by today's masters of suspense.

     
     
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  • Cat Crimes (#6)

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  • Detectives - Sleuths - Pis - Bounty Hunter
  • Intelligent Animals - Talking Animals - Sentient Animals
  • Mystery

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