Book Reviews of Danger in D.C.

Danger in D.C.
Danger in DC
Author: Martin H. Greenberg
ISBN-13: 9780804112772
ISBN-10: 0804112770
Publication Date: 8/1/1995
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a darned good collection of light mysteries.
Some authors included are:
John Lutz
Carole Nelson Douglas (with a Midnight Louie tale)
Barbara Collins
Barbara Paul
Jon L. Breen
Richard T. Chizmar
Carolyn Wheat
Max Allan Collins
Larry Segriff
Dan Brawner
Gary A. Braunbeck
William J. Reynolds
Bruce Holland Rogers
Bill Crider
Wendy Lee
Peter Crowther
Billie Sue Misiman
Barbara D'Amato
and Kristine Kathryn Rusch

From back cover: 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 shceme 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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Suspense and mystery scratch the beltway. A great conglomeration of feline investigations.
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Collection of short mystery stories which all have to do with cats. Lighthearted and pleasant for cozy mystery lovers.
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A cute book of cat stories. Not too deep-- to read before you go to sleep.