Cat in a Flamingo Fedora (Midnight Louie, #7)
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Cat in a Flamingo Fedora (Midnight Louie #7)

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That rough-and-tumble black tomcat Midnight Louie and his flame-haired human companion, temple barr, think shooting a cat food commercial will allow them to play hooky from mayhem. But life is never easy for the vivacious pair, and Temple and Louie are center stage when beloved comic actor (and notorious ladies' man) Darren Cooke is shot to death. Cooke had asked Temple to...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published April 15th 1998 by Forge Books (first published April 1st 1997)
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Abby Rose
The language an descriptions were interesting, but the plot dragged. No plot no story!
Eyehavenofilter
Where there is cat food there are cats. Where there are female cats that's where you will find Midnight Louie! Temple Barr is doing her best to help promote a new cat food with a commercial in Sin City, while trying to figure out if the dead body committed suicide or was murdered. In the mean time it's going to be up to Midnight Louie to keep Temple from meeting the same fate as the dead comedian. Not to worry Louie is on the case.
Jodi
I hadn't previously read any of the Midnight Louie mystery series, and although this wasn't a perfect novel -- with the plot being rather transparent and forced at times -- it was nonetheless amusing enough that I will likely read more in the series.
Charlene
Been so long since I read, can't really comment on this specific book. However love the series. midnight Louie is one handsome and smart "DUDE" AKA CAT that only cat lovers will understand. Catlovers will understand
Erin
Another one down in the Midnight Louie series. It's interesting seeing how the charcters unfold. I think once this series end, I may rerate it much higher.
LaDawn
Liked it better than the last one. Still enjoying these enough to continue the series.
Julie
Midnight Louie and his person Temple Barr find trouble at a commercial shoot.
Helen
Louis gets a vasectomy, very little advancement of plots
Larue Miller
loved this. And it's a series
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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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