Grimalkin's Tales: Strange and Wonderful Cat Stories
Grimalkin's Tales Strange and Wonderful Cat Stories Author:Stella Whitelaw, Judy Gardiner, Mark Ronson Three British writers with intriguing stories in which cats play a major role. — Imaginative, well-crafted stories--fun to read even for those unenamored of the species. — Outstanding here is the work of Gardiner. "In My Grandmother's House" delicately explores the relationship between a convalescing young girl and Katinka, a cat with a mind of he... more »r own. "The Bad Luck Cat""uses recent history for its chilling conclusion, and "Gershwin" illuminates with gentle irony the barren marriage of aging, ex-bandleader Laddy Silver.
Ronson's "Tico" is a wonderful amalgam of sci-fi, adventure and espionage. His "Samkin" is a gripping tale of 17th-century witchcraft.
"The Cat Who Could Fly" is Whitelaw's, telling the saga of flying Leopold, his unloving family, and how he finds the perfect home with sailor Mike.« less