In Cat in a Zebra Zoot Suit, feline PI Midnight Louie's roommate, powerhouse PR freelancer Temple Barr, discovers a strip club opening in a nearby empty building threatens her elderly landlady's wedding chapel business. Electra Lark's troubles go supernova with a murder charge for a death that echoes a bizarre slaying decades earlier. While Temple's fiance, Matt Devine, ex-priest radio shrink, plays detective with a rough crowd getting rougher, her ex, magician-counterterrorist Max Kinsella, dodges IRA remnants in Ireland, where psychotic stalker Kathleen O'Connor claims she's found his cousin, presumed dead from a pub bombing years earlier. All the investigators' pasts draw them into shocking revelations of present peril. Temple and Louie must solve why a forgotten fifties night club, Zoot Suit Choo-Choo, is again a nexus of death and greed.
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by Carole Nelson Douglas
by Martin Cruz Smith
by William Kent Krueger
by Helene Tursten
by Jorn Lier Horst
by Keith McCafferty
by Barbara Nadel
"Johnny Heller narrates the chapters voiced by Midnight Louie, feline P.I.; Cris Dukehart narrates those of his human accomplice, Temple Barr, in this is a long-running series. Heller delightfully purrs his way through the hard-boiled noir scenes as Louie moseys through mean streets with his in-built shivs at the ready. Dukehart is a warm contrast as she sets out all the human detail. A strip club is to be built near Temple's landlady's wedding chapel, and unsavory characters are behind the scenes. In the meantime, Barr also has her own wedding to plan. Series followers will enjoy an update on old favorites, but those new to the series should start with the earlier audiobooks. C.A.T. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine"
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