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Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed A Cat in a Glass House (Alice Nestleton, Bk 7) on
The seventh title in the Alice Nestleton mystery series. Alice thinks she is about to get her big break when she goes to dinner with a powerful Hollywood producer. When their waitress gets murdered, Alice's instincts say the red tabby she saw in the restaurant is the key to the crime.
Alice Nestleton, after years in off, off-off and far-beyond Broadway theater, sees stardom beckoning at last. Her agent has sent her to a trendy Tribeca Chinese eatery to land a movie part with an almost-major film producer. Instead, Alice is catapulted into crime once more. Before she can even order, she spots a fabulous red tabby mysteriously perched amid the glass decor...and three young thugs pulling out weapons to spray the restaurant with bullets. After the shooting, a pretty waitress is dead, and Alice--ever hopeful actress, accojmplished cat-sitter, and occcasional consultant for the NYPD--is dead certain the tabby is missing. Teamed up with a handsome, Mandarin-speaking city cop, she's up to her fortune cookie in trouble...." (quoted from back cover).
alice nestleton,after years sbeseees stardom at last.her agent has ssent her to a trendy chinese eaery to land a movie partwith an almost major film producer.instead,alice is cat-apulated into crime once more.before she can oder three young thugs come shooting up the place.after they leave the watiress is deadand the cat is missing.teaming up with a handsome,mandarin speaking city cop she up to her fortune cookie in trouble.