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How to Moon a Cat

Authors: Hale, Rebecca M.
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
BISAC/Subject: FIC022040, FIC022070, FIC022100
ISBN: 9781101538104, Related ISBNs: 042524217X, 1101538104, 9780425242179, 9781101538104
Classification: Fiction
Number of pages: 304,
Audience: General/trade
Synopsis: When Rupert the cat sniffs out a dusty green vase with a toy bear inside, his owner has no doubt this is another of her Uncle Oscar's infamous clues to one of his valuable hidden treasures. Eager to put together the pieces of the puzzle, she's soon heading to Nevada City with her two cats, having no idea that this road trip will put her life in danger.
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