The Nine Lives of Bianca Moon

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Product Details

Price
$17.00
Publisher
Double Six Books
Publish Date
Pages
416
Dimensions
5.25 X 8.0 X 0.85 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781735317557

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About the Author

DELAS HERAS is the author of three genre-busting novels. He is a former dance photographer, an amateur artist, and a recovering chocoholic. He lives in New York City with his family and his tuxedo cat, Calliope.

Reviews

"Heras delivers a rollicking murder mystery-starring cats and dogs-set in 1950s New York City .... Anthropomorphic cats and dogs living in 1950s New York is a tricky conceit to pull off, and the author does so with flair....The period detail in the descriptions of the city is impressive, and the story does a deft job making light entertainment of a tale filled with murder and vengeful criminals. A quirky premise and sharp twists and turns make this mystery page-turning fun."-Kirkus Reviews


"Morton Digby's world is one that readers will want to visit again and again.... it's a legitimately engaging mystery for fans of the genre, and one that's sure to keep even the most attentive reader guessing. With a surprising mix of hard-boiled drama and cartoon comedy, Delas Heras spins an enchanting tale of life, death and afterlife in The Nine Lives of Bianca Moon."-IndieReader


"An engrossing blend of satirical wit, mystery, and the supernatural. I loved how the feline protagonist, Bianca, and her canine counterpart, Morton, navigated the labyrinth of crime and specters.... the strength of the novel lies in its vibrant and imaginative storytelling."-Readers' Favorite


"This fun, fast-paced mystery adds a fantastic twist to adult detective fiction as furry protagonists in an alternative New York City seek justice in life and the afterlife."-Blueink Reviews


"It is a fun, often hilarious alternate world hosting a story that brims with clever puns."-Foreword Clarion Reviews