Book Reviews of A Cat with No Regrets (Alice Nestleton, Bk 8)

A Cat with No Regrets (Alice Nestleton, Bk 8)
A Cat with No Regrets - Alice Nestleton, Bk 8
Author: Lydia Adamson
ISBN-13: 9780451180551
ISBN-10: 0451180550
Publication Date: 5/1/1994
Pages: 208
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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From back cover: "Everything's coming up roses for Off-Broadway actress Alice Nestleton when she lands a part in a major motion picture. With her two finicky felines and the three Abyssinians owned by producer Dorothy Dodd tagging along, she's oo-la la-ing her bon hance all the way to Provence, France. Her dreams are dazzled by potential stardom...until this fil-noir goes dark with violent death. It looks like Dorothy Dodd has taken her final curtain call. The local gendarme calls the fatal car crash an accident, but Alice smells a raton when she learns one of the cats is a million-dollar kittiwht with an ad contract better than Morris's. She must now find the missing cat. But l'amour may be the catalyst for still another crme..as passions and pussycats head for a rendezvous with death".
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In this one, Alice gets a bit part in a movie in Provence. a bit of local color and some adventure.
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Shooting a film in France, an actress turned sleuth is on location costarring with death. Everything's coming up roses for off-Broadway actress Alice Nestleton when she lands a part in a major motion picture. With her two finicky felines and the three Abyssinians owned by producer Dorothy Dodd tagging along, she's ooh-lalaing her bon chance all the way to Provence. Her dreams are dazzled by potential stardom, until this film-noir goes dark with violent death. It looks like Dorothy Dodd has taken her final curtain call.