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Cat Crimes Through Time
by Ed Gorman , Larry Segriff , Bruce Holland Rogers , Debbie De Louise (Goodreads Author) , Jon L. Breen , Morris Hershman , Bill Crider (Goodreads Author) , Jan Grape , more…Tom Piccirilli (Goodreads Author) , Peter Crowther , Carol Gorman , Carole Nelson Douglas (Goodreads Author) , Doug Allyn , Shirley Kennett , Elizabeth Foxwell , Bentley Little , Marc Bilgrey , Elizabeth Ann Scarborough , Gary A. Braunbeck , Janet Dawson , Barbara Collins , Jack ALBERT (Goodreads Author) , Brett Hudgins …less
Fur flies and crime abounds in this collection of 21 original and scruff-raising stories. Veteran suspense writers along with rising newcomers find plots afoot and cats apaw in a wild variety of historical settings, from the Blue Nile to Old New York.
Hardcover, 335 pages
Published April 1st 2001 by Booksales
(first published 1999)
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More fine stories chosen by Ed Gorman and company. I must wonder if Carol Gorman is any relation, and if so, did that have any bearing on the fact that her story “The Death Cat of Hester Street” is included. Most of the stories were creative and enjoyable—especially Barbara Collins’ “Carry’s Cat.” It took me a minute to figure out why the name sounded familiar, but my history lessons from long ago stood in good stead. My favorite though was Gary A. Braunbeck’s “Mail-Order Annie.”
Edward Joseph Gorman was born on November 2, 1941 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He spent 20 years in the advertising industry before leaving to write full-time in 1984. Since then, he has been incredibly prolific, averaging 2-3 novels a year in addition to many short stories, editing anthologies, and founding and editing Mystery Scene, the new magazine of the mystery field. He has written in many genres, ...moreMore about Ed Gorman...