Clea Simon

Into the Grey By Clea Simon: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow

Doctoral candidate Dulcie Schwartz thought she was finally getting closer to the completion of her dissertation, but the unexpected inclusion of Professor Roland Fenderby on her thesis committee jeopardizes her plans. Not only does the specialist in nineteenth-century American politics savage Dulcie’s research and topic of interest, he sequesters the library material critical to her work.

When Bunnies Go Bad By Clea Simon: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow

Beauville, Massachusetts, is having one of its worst March winters in history, and all of the residents are suffering from cabin fever. The outburst by an angry restaurant customer still manages to stand out though, especially when his obnoxious demands reduce his ski bunny companion to near-tears. The bigger surprise is that when a body is found, it’s that of the belligerent diner Teddy Rhinecrest, and the arrested culprit is his meek girlfriend, Cheryl Ginger.

Kittens Can Kill: A Pru Marlow Pet Noir By Clea Simon

by Cynthia Chow

When she arrived at David Canaday's Beuville mansion, all animal behaviorist Pru Marlowe wanted was to assess the kitten his daughter had hired her to check on. The last thing she wanted to discover was Canaday’s dead body—with the tiny kitten completely distraught, calling for his mother and wanting to play. Pru doesn’t have to guess the kitten’s intent, as she can hear animals’ thoughts and telepathically speak to them.

Stages of Grey: A Dulcie Schwartz Feline Mystery By Clea Simon

by Cynthia Chow

As a fifth-year graduate student and doctoral candidate in the Department of English at an East Coast Ivy League college, Dulcie Schwartz feels the stress to revise and publish her paper on an anonymously authored gothic novel. Dulcie’s thesis advisor thought he was being sensitive when he suggested a seminar on time-management skills, but her friends go the other route and say she needs an escape to take her mind off her work. Their solution is a disco-themed interpretation of Ovid’s Metamorphosis performed by the University Repertory Theatre.



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