Cat with an Emerald Eye

Cat with an Emerald Eye Midnight Louie the rough and tumble black tomcat and Temple Barr his redheaded human companion are up to their ears in intigue with a murder at a seance Can spirits kill Louie doesn t think so bu

  • Title: Cat with an Emerald Eye
  • Author: Carole Nelson Douglas
  • ISBN: 9780312862282
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Midnight Louie, the rough and tumble black tomcat, and Temple Barr, his redheaded human companion, are up to their ears in intigue with a murder at a seance Can spirits kill Louie doesn t think so, but he ll have to do battle with powerful magicians both tangible and ethereal to prove it.

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    1 thought on “Cat with an Emerald Eye”

    1. I'm giving only 3 stars because of a glaring error the author wrote into the climax of the book : Orson Welles is a major feature of this mystery and the 2nd to last chapter mentions Welles' famous "War of the Worlds" broadcast which was on October 30, 1938. This broadcast is so well known that finding facts about it would have been no trouble at all for the author. But, she gets the date for Welles' broadcast wrong and claims it happened in 1939.Cat With An Emerald Eye had a good mystery idea, [...]

    2. Definitely not my favorite Louie book. It took me forever to read it, unlike the others that I finished in a day or two.

    3. This story involves seances, Max, Gandolph the magician posing as a famous seer, and of course, Temple Barr, Matt Devine, and, of course, Midnight Louie.Attempts are made to reach Harry Houdini on the "other side".One of the 9 handsome Fontana brothers (the most legit, Nick, who with his wife owns the Crystal Phoenix) seem to come to Temple's rescue when she most needs it.This story has many twists and turns as it spirals towards its ending.

    4. It took me slightly longer than usual to finish this one, because the kids kept interrupting. I liked the story and I like how each book delves more deeply into the characters and their relationships. I'm not sure I actually like Temple, as her height Napolean complex is a bit off putting, although realistic. The two men she is involved with are interesting- the magician, the Mystifying Max who I favor and the ex-priest, Matt who personally would have too much baggage for me. Each book is anothe [...]

    5. Number 5 in the Midnight Louise cat as detective mystery series, this was a great read. I eventually got tired of them and gave them to the library, but I read seven of them. They are a very good read for those who like their animals sentient and able to solve crimes. Midnight Louise is still going strong. Ms. Douglas has several other excellent series as well.

    6. Once again Temple has gotten herself mixed up with the seedy side of sim city. Her landlady is trying to contact the spirit of Houdini, a dead body shows up but is not Harry Houdini, of course, and Midnight Louie is back on the case to save his human from tripping over her brand new expensive shoe habit!

    7. I have to be honest - I couldn't bring my self to finish this book, so my review is only of what I read. I love cat-mysteries, and have read all of the "Cat Who" series, and was looking for another. This is the first book I picked up in this series. I found the mysticism theme off-putting, and didn't find the people or cat characters convincing.

    8. I had a little bit of a hard time getting into this one for some reason, but once I did, I enjoyed it, though not as much as the others of the series. This is not to say that I won't reread it at some point, as I am sure I will. I did quite like Louie's description of the first seance.

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