Into The Grey by Clea Simon
A feline-filled academic mystery (A Dulcie Schwartz Cat Mystery)

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Series fans will enjoy the latest developments in Dulcie’s saga, though those unfamiliar with her backstory may struggle to fully sympathize with her plight.
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Grad student and cat lover Dulcie Schwartz must fight to clear her name when she discovers Professor Fenderby dead in his office.

“I could kill Roland Fenderby”. Dulcie Schwartz has reason to regret those words when she discovers Professor Fenderby’s battered body in his office – and finds herself the prime suspect in the ensuing murder investigation. Although she had good reason to dislike the late professor, who had been calling her scholarship into question, Dulcie would never go so far as to murder him. But someone seems to be deliberately putting her in the frame for his death. Who – and why?

Her academic career in jeopardy, Dulcie must find out the truth – and fast. But when she turns to Mr Grey for advice, he seems strangely silent. Could the spirit of her wise grey cat really be fading from her life for good?
 

About Clea Simon

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Clea Simon worked as a journalist and non-fiction author before turning to crime (fiction). Best known for her series of cozy mysteries starring cat-lover Theda Krakow, Clea Simon grew up in New York, before moving to Cambridge, Massachusetts to attend Harvard. She fell in love with the city and lives there still with her husband and their cat, Musetta.
 
Published January 1, 2016 by Severn House Publishers Ltd.
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Nature & Wildlife, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
on Jun 21 2017

Series fans will enjoy the latest developments in Dulcie’s saga, though those unfamiliar with her backstory may struggle to fully sympathize with her plight.

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