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Dr. Nightingale Traps the Missing Lynx (Dr. Nightingale Mystery) epub

by Lydia Adamson


Dr. Nightingale Traps the Missing Lynx (Dr. Nightingale Mystery) epub

ISBN: 0451197739

ISBN13: 978-0451197733

Author: Lydia Adamson

Category: Thriller and Mystery

Subcategory: Mystery

Language: English

Publisher: Signet; First Edition edition (July 1, 1999)

ePUB book: 1843 kb

FB2 book: 1385 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 222

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Book 10 of 12 in the Dr. Nightingale Mystery Series. This one is a continuation of the veterinarian's adventures begun in "Dr. Nightingale Comes Home.

Book 10 of 12 in the Dr. There must be more than six in the series now and yes, they do follow a sequence " series (I believe they start with "A Cat of a Different Color") and Lucy Wayles mysteries ("Beware the Tufted Duck"). Then let me know what your picks are and what authors you like.

Start by marking Dr. Nightingale Traps the Missing Lynx (Dr. Nightingale Mystery, Book 10) as Want to Read . Dr. Dierdre "Didi" Nightingale takes a job to appear at a local fundraiser and give six adorable mixed-breed bobcat kittens a clean bill of health

Start by marking Dr. Nightingale Mystery, Book 10) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Dierdre "Didi" Nightingale takes a job to appear at a local fundraiser and give six adorable mixed-breed bobcat kittens a clean bill of health. But when the party's host walks in covered with bloody scratches - and drops dead - Didi is puzzled. The kittens may have a wild streak, but they aren't killers. And Didi recognizes the symptoms of a fatal snakebite. Now it's Dr.

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Lydia Adamson is the pen name for a noted mystery writer

Lydia Adamson is the pen name for a noted mystery writer. In addition to the Alice Nestleton series, she is the author of the Deirdre Quinn Nightingale and Lucy Wayles series. She lives in New York City.

Book in the Dr. Nightingale Mystery Series). So Dr. Deirdre Didi Nightingale leapt at the chance to earn a fat fee at a posh local fundraiser

book by Lydia Adamson. Book in the Dr. Deirdre Didi Nightingale leapt at the chance to earn a fat fee at a posh local fundraiser. Six mixed-breed bobcat kittens were to be auctioned off, and all Didi had to do was give the cats a clean bill of health.

June 1999 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

Lydia Adamson - bibliography, chronological book list and series. Nightingale Follows a Canine Clue ’01. LUCY WAYLES Series

Lydia Adamson - bibliography, chronological book list and series. Nightingale Races the Outlaw Colt ’98. Nightingale Traps the Missing Lynx ’99. Nightingale Seeks Greener Pastures ’00. LUCY WAYLES Series: Main Character: Lucy Wayles, Librarian, New York.

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Appearing at a posh winter fundraiser during which six mixed-breed bobcat kittens are to be auctioned off, rural vet Deirdre "Didi" Nightingale comes face to face with murder when the party's host drops dead, apparently from an exposure to rattlesnake venom. Original.
I love all theses books.
OK, OK, so it's not "War and Peace." But Lydia's series are really fun. I've been following most of them, and even though some of them (like this one) leave a few loose ends unexplained at the end, they just don't disappoint. This one is a continuation of the veterinarian's adventures begun in "Dr. Nightingale Comes Home." (There must be more than six in the series now and yes, they do follow a sequence.) If you like this type of book, I also suggest Lydia Adamson's "A Cat..." series (I believe they start with "A Cat of a Different Color") and Lucy Wayles mysteries ("Beware the Tufted Duck"). Then let me know what your picks are and what authors you like.
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Definitely not hard core mystery material. I picked it up mainly because it ostensibly takes place in Upstate NY. Unfortunately it needed better editing since several upstate locations (i.e., Binghamton does not have a "p") were mispelled. Errors such as this put me off and colors my opinion a great deal.