The Case of the Cat with the Missing Ear

The Case of the Cat with the Missing Ear And If I M Not Mistaken, Said Blackthorne, Peering Into The Microscope, We Can Narrow Down Our List Of Mr Kirkpatrick S Visitors To A Dalmatian, A Sussex Spaniel, A Poodle, A Weimaraner Blackthorne Looked Up From The Microscope And An Orange Haired Cat Samuel Blackthorne, A Yorkshire Terrier, Is A Master Of Observation And A Genius Of Deductive Reasoning Who Earns His Living By Unraveling Mysteries And Solving Crimes.When Molly Kirkpatrick, A Sleek Greyhound, Comes To Blackthorne For Help In Finding Her Missing Brother Patrick, A Quiet Accountant, It Seems Like A Simple Enough Case But The Trail Leads Blackthorne And His Colleague, Smithfield, To The Docks, The Dog Track, Casinos, And All Kinds Of Roguish Characters They Are Caught Up In An Increasingly Convoluted Web Of Deceit That Involves The Highest Ranking Officials In The City And A Mysterious, Possibly Deadly, Cat With Just One Ear.In This Witty Mystery Scott Emerson Recounts The Amazing Adventures Of Mr Samuel Blackthorne, As Revealed In The Notebooks Of Dr Edward R Smithfield.

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Case of the Cat with the Missing Ear book, this is one of the most wanted Scott Emerson author readers around the world.

[KINDLE] ❀ The Case of the Cat with the Missing Ear By Scott Emerson – Webcambestmilf.info
  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • The Case of the Cat with the Missing Ear
  • Scott Emerson
  • English
  • 05 September 2018
  • 0689858612

10 thoughts on “The Case of the Cat with the Missing Ear

  1. says:

    Visit the San Francisco of 1897 with Samuel Blackthorne, a Yorkshire terrier, and a whole cast of dogs of many breeds Blackthorne s assistant in solving the case of a missing person is Dr Edward R Smithfield, a doctor of veterinary medicine What could beentertaining than Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson in the form of man s best friend I loved riding along in a dog drawn carriage under gas lights while smelling the scrumptuous aroma of San Francisco sour dough bread baking in ovens Visit the San Francisco of 1897 with Samuel Blackthorne, a Yorkshire terrier, and a whole cast of dogs of many breeds Blackthorne s assistant in solving the case of a missing person is Dr Edward R Smithfield, a doctor of veterinary medicine What could beentertaining than Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson in the form of man s best friend I loved riding along in a dog drawn carriage under gas lights while smelling the scrumptuous aroma of San Francisco sour dough bread baking in ovens The author, Scott Emerson, knows how to bring not only his characters but the surroundings to life Though grades 3 5 are the suggested interest level for this book, I would recommend it for all ages It is a delightful read I am looking forward to reading book two in the series I recommend the book for gift giving and for reading aloud in the classroom Black and white illustrations add a wonderful touch Give this book a try You won t be disappointed

  2. says:

    Dr Edward R Smithfield, DVM, is a large white dog of caution and educated refinement He returns to San Francisco after working a stint with the Navy in Hong Kong and meets Samuel Blackthorne, terrier at a coffeehouse He much enjoys Samuel s company and the rent an apartment together Samuel makes his money finding solutions to puzzling situations for dogs currently he s approached by greyhound Molly Kirkpatrick who seeks his help in finding her missing brother Patrick His disappearance i Dr Edward R Smithfield, DVM, is a large white dog of caution and educated refinement He returns to San Francisco after working a stint with the Navy in Hong Kong and meets Samuel Blackthorne, terrier at a coffeehouse He much enjoys Samuel s company and the rent an apartment together Samuel makes his money finding solutions to puzzling situations for dogs currently he s approached by greyhound Molly Kirkpatrick who seeks his help in finding her missing brother Patrick His disappearance is tied to his invention of a counting machine, a series of casino takeovers, a shady hound running for mayor, and the hound s campaign worker, an orange cat missing an ear

  3. says:

    It does take a bit of a stretch of the imagination to cast Sherlock Holmes and John Watson as dogs, and occasionally I found myself having difficulty with that If you can get past that, this is a very fun and well written book that would in a roundabout way introduce young readers to Sherlock Holmes.

  4. says:

    LOVE IT like a dog version of sherlock holmes

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *