Sunday, March 18, 2012

Private Eye Cats; Book One: The Case of the Neighborhood Burglars

Local author S.N. Bronstein who has previously published The Fairlington Lavender Detective Series, a trilogy of crime novels featuring a Miami Beach private investigator’s misadventures, has released his most recent novel, Private Eye Cats; Book One: The Case of the Neighborhood Burglars. This children’s chapter book is appropriate for ages 9 through 12.

His books can be purchased in paperback, hardcover, and eBook formats. Visit his website for more information. To purchase the book, visit Amazon

 Book Summary:
Scooter and Nugget cannot be content like most other house cats eating, sleeping, and annoying their humans.  These two sisters, who just happen to speak English as well as cat talk, decide to sneak outside on a regular basis to explore their neighborhood. 

When they overhear their human housemates, Tony and Misty, discussing a recent burglary in the area, Scooter and Nugget decide to become amateur detectives and solve the case.

Getting outside is easy once Tony and Misty go off to work.  Dealing with the challenges of outdoor cats who are unfriendly and downright mean, dogs who need to prove to them who rules the streets, and a group of gang cats who want them off their turf is not so easy.

One challenge after another seems to prevent the cats from solving the crime.  How do they track the criminals down?  How do they figure out where the thieves will strike next?  What do they do if and when they finally do catch them?  Nugget, younger and less experienced than Scooter, does not have a clue how to answer these questions. Scooter, older and wiser, has a plan.

Follow along as the plan is put into action.  With the help of Tyrone Wiliams, a teacher at the local middle school who discovers by accident the secret that the cats can speak English, the plot unfolds.

These private eye cats will reveal to you just how successful two felines can be when they become determined to solve a crime.
Note: S. N. Bronstein will be participating in the Brevard Authors' Book Fair at the Central Library of Brevard, 308 Forrest Avenue in Cocoa, Florida for 10 to 4 on Saturday, March 31, 2012. Be sure to stop by to see him and for a signed copy of his new book.

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