Cat in a Jeweled Jumpsuit (Midnight Louie, #11)
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Cat in a Jeweled Jumpsuit (Midnight Louie #11)

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Midnight Louie, jet-black feline sleuth with an attitude, si on the prowl again--and this tme to a rock'n'roll soundtrack. Louie's human partner, Temple Barr, learns that the remodeling of a local hotel is being held up by a ghost--and no ordinary ghost at that. In fact, the workmen sware it's none otyher than that jumpsuit-wearing King of Ronk'n'Roll, Elvis Presley. The o...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published May 15th 2000 by Forge Books (first published November 1st 1999)
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Cats- of both the furry feline and the cool dude persuasions- lead us into a mayhem fest of an Elvis impersonator attraction, à la Vegas hotel style. Whole lotta shakin', murdering, second-guessing, and quirkiness goin' on. Glittery flamboyance abounds in sizes S thru XXX-L. Adding in a few chuckles, deviant behaviors and curled lip smirks, plus several well-developed characters, a fun read develops. So... kick off your blue suedes, kick your mind outta gear, and allow the zany animal magnetism...more
I've never read a Midnight Louie mystery before, I picked this book up because of the triple threat of mystery, cats, and Elvis. Although it was a cozy enough read I found the writing a little bland and the conclusion thin - it seemed as if the author was just making it up as she went along. However, I enjoyed the ever present question: 'Is Elvis Really Dead?' and all the little details that twisted along with that subplot.

Cute mystery. Elvis is in Vegas and he’s dead! Who is responsible and why? Infused with Elvis history, Temple and her black cat sleuth Louie solve the mystery of who did it and why. Be prepared for descriptions of Priscilla's fashions, sideburns and lots of jumpsuits!
This one may top the set as my favourite of the Midnight Louie books, at least so far. I loved all the Elvis trivia and there was just so much in this book that made me laugh. It sure made me look at the Elvis mythos in a new way.
Amber Laha
Really couldn't take this book. It wasn't funny, like I was expecting, and it was pretty bland in the writing area. So...just wasn't for me.
This is the very first Midnight Louie that I ever read - black cats and Elvi, the cover alone had me sold. Been a fan ever since.
Cindy Snyder
As always, a fun read. Love Midnight Louie, and the Elvises are a hoot.
Elvis is everywhere
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Carole Nelson Douglas is the author of sixty award-winning novels in contemporary and historical mystery/suspense and romance, high and urban fantasy and science fiction genres. She is best known for two popular mystery series, the Irene Adler historical suspense novels and the 25-book Midnight Louie contemporary mystery series. Delilah Street, PI (Paranormal Investigator), headlines Carole's noir...more
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