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Silently, the Cat, and Miss Theodosia

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If you have heard an odd whizzing in the night, you may have just missed Miss Theodosia, who with the advice of her cat, Silently, helps the people she meets after dark.
Hardcover, 58 pages
Published 1965 by Macmillian
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Laura
Nov 29, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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This reminded me in some ways of Mr. Widdle and the Sea Breeze - older person, stuck in their ways, learning to live a little. Of course there are differences, in that Miss Theodosia does live, albeit at night. These vignettes (it's not quite a story) are charming and if you're lucky enough to find a copy - grab it.
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Felice Holman was born October 24, 1919, in New York City. She graduated from Syracuse University in 1941 and later worked as an advertising copywriter. She married Herbert Valen in 1941 and some of the experiences of their daughter, Nanine Elisabeth Valen, would serve as the model for her first book, Elisabeth, The Bird Watcher, which was published in 1963.

During the 1960s, she published two more
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