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Cat Crimes by Martin H. Greenberg1
Cat Crimes for the Holidays by Martin H. Greenberg
Cat Crimes Takes a Vacation by Martin H. Greenberg
Cat Crimes Through Time by Edward Gorman
Danger in D.C. by Martin H. Greenberg
Feline and Famous by Martin H. Greenberg
Cat Crimes 2 by Martin H. Greenberg2
Cat Crimes 3 by Martin H. Greenberg3
Cat Crimes I, II, III by Martin Harry GreenbergOmnibus 1-3

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Recommendations

  1. More Mystery Cats by Cynthia Manson (1993)
  2. The Cat Who Had 14 Tales by Lilian Jackson Braun (1988)
  3. Malice Domestic: An Anthology of Original Traditional Mystery Stories by Elizabeth Peters (1992)
  4. Murder Most Feline: Cunning Tales of Cats and Crime by Ed Gorman (2001)
  5. Crafty Cat Crimes: 100 Tiny Cat Tale Mysteries by Stefan Dziemianowicz (2000)
  6. Once Upon a Crime by Ed Gorman (1998)
  7. Funny Bones: 15 New Tales of Murder and Mayhem by Joan Hess (1997)
  8. Catfantastic 5 by Andre Norton (1999)
  9. Cat To The Dogs by Shirley Rousseau Murphy (2000)
  10. Sisters in Crime 4 (Anthology 21-in-1) by Marilyn Wallace (1991)
  11. A Treasury of Cat Mysteries by Martin H. Greenberg (1998)
  12. First Cases 3: New and Classic Tales of Detection (First Cases (Paperback)) by Robert J. Randisi (1999)
  13. Canine Crimes 2 by Cynthia Manson (1997)
  14. The First Lady Murders by Nancy Pickard (1999)
  15. Cat on the Scent by Rita Mae Brown (1999)

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