This is a book for fans of the show, and people who put up withfans of the show, and also for people who've ever caughtthemselves getting emotionally involved in their cat's social life, and whether or not some cold cuts would cheer her up.
Author: Chris Kelly
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Downton Tabbyis about England's oldest and finest family of cats. With beautiful (and scandalous) photographs and art, it tells the story of their lives and loves - and their maids and butlers and cooks' lives and loves -- from the sinking of the Kitanic to the Jazz Age. Tolstoy's adage about each family being unhappy in their own way? What makes the Grimalkins different is they're cats. Posh, spoiled, stuck-up-but-charming, English cats. Whilst affectionately making fun of Downton Abbey a broader, more humorous point is made: We treat our cats like high society. Their servants are us. If you live with a cat, the butler, maid and cook is you. This is a book for fans of the show, and people who put up withfans of the show, and also for people who've ever caughtthemselves getting emotionally involved in their cat's social life, and whether or not some cold cuts would cheer her up. Why is this a book about Edwardian manor life, acted out by cats? The real question is why aren't there more?
When one of the most popular authors fails to turn up, his body is discovered in a secluded part of the festival grounds, and now Hettie and Tilly must turn their attention to investigating the death of Downton Tabby.
Author: Mandy Morton
Hettie and Tilly, of The No. 2 Feline Detective Agency, are asked to run security at a prestigious local literary festival. When one of the most popular authors fails to turn up, his body is discovered in a secluded part of the festival grounds, and now Hettie and Tilly must turn their attention to investigating the death of Downton Tabby.
Caro's got to solve this murder before the killer lets the cat out of the bag. Sparkle Abbey is the pseudonym of two mystery authors (Mary Lee Woods and Anita Carter).
Author: Sparkle Abbey
Publisher: Bell Bridge Books
Anyone for tea and crumpets . . . and murder? Caro Lamont, amateur sleuth and well-respected animal therapist to Laguna Beach's pampered pets, works with office mate and tech wizard, Graham Cash, whose beloved Scottish Fold tabby cat, Toria, is purported to have anger management issues. But when Caro drops by the charming Brit's Tudor-inspired mansion to return Toria, she finds his business partner dead and Cash missing. Caro is left with the cuddly cat and a lot of unanswered questions. Is Cash the killer, or has he been kidnapped? What's up with the angry next door neighbor? And what about Cash's girlfriend, Heidi, who isn't sharing everything she knows with homicide detective Judd Malone? Suddenly there are more secrets and intrigues than there are titles in England. Add in a stranger in a dark SUV stalking Caro, feisty senior sidekick, Betty, hiding in restaurant shrubbery, and wannabe investigative reporter Callum MacAvoy who seems to be constantly underfoot, and you've got a cat and mouse mystery of the first order. Caro's got to solve this murder before the killer lets the cat out of the bag. Sparkle Abbey is the pseudonym of two mystery authors (Mary Lee Woods and Anita Carter). They are friends and neighbors as well as co-writers of the Pampered Pets Mystery Series. The pen name was created by combining the names of their rescue pets--Sparkle (Mary Lee's cat) and Abbey (Anita's dog). They reside in central Iowa, but if they could write anywhere, you would find them on the beach with their laptops and, depending on the time of day, with either an iced tea or a margarita. Visit them at sparkleabbey.com.
This book features full-color photographs throughout of these opinionated furballs that are accompanied by dozens of hilarious quotes, which are sure to provide readers and cat lovers with tons of entertainment.
Author: Charlie Ellis
Ever wondered what your cat is up to while you’re out? Well wonder no more, because Downton Tabby is here to reveal that our feline friends are secret television addicts—and they have lots to say about the shows we make for them! This book features full-color photographs throughout of these opinionated furballs that are accompanied by dozens of hilarious quotes, which are sure to provide readers and cat lovers with tons of entertainment. Dare we say, this book may be even more fun than the TV itself! Curl up with these commentating kitties and discover television as you’ve never seen it before.
Mandy Morton. NEXT IN THE SERIES ... The Death of Downton Tabby We hope
you enjoyed this book. Do you want to.
Author: Mandy Morton
Publisher: Allison & Busby
As All Hallows’ Eve approaches, Hettie Bagshot of The No. 2 Feline Detective Agency has more than just a ghost and warlock tart on her plate. Along with her faithful sidekick, Tilly, the tabby duo set out to investigate an old crime and a spate of new murders. Why is Mavis Spitforce dressed as a pumpkin? Can Irene Peggledrip really talk to cats from the spirit world? Did Milky Myers murder his family on Halloween, longer ago than anyone can remember? All questions the pair must answer before the case can be solved. As the November fog closes in, where will the killer strike next - and will there be enough samosas to go around?
Sweet Cicily 36244 by Downton King 14897 . Sweetheart 39213 by Petrarch
9616 . ... Symbol 2d 36897 by Earl Downton 12797 . Symmetry 37709 by Anxiety
2d 4580 . ... Tabby 35837 by Nonesuch 8068 . Tacita 35958 by Richard 3d 1716 .
Author: American Hereford Cattle Breeders' Association
Brief history of Hereford cattle: v. 1, p. 359-375.
Author: Elizabeth Coatsworth
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Limited
This book, despite its title is much more than just a bibliography. Conceived as part of the Manchester Medieval Textiles Project it aims to make accessible the full range of resources available to those wishing to study early medieval textiles in Britain. (A second volume covering the later Middle Ages will follow).
That is where this tale begins. With its mix of Southern hospitality and Yankee ingenuity, this story will take you on a ride that will make you laugh uproariously one minute and cry sorrowfully the next.
Author: Anna Gill
There’s a secret language between women . . . a smile, a sigh, a tear flowing down a cheek. They understand. How? They just do. It’s been going on for as long as time, and will go on forevermore. They understand both happiness and deep sorrow, and, when they are lifelong friends, there is nothing they won’t do to go to the rescue of another. This particular gaggle counted four and sometimes five, although it could expand on occasion to welcome a male or two into their confidences. But the immediate four were inseparable. A day didn’t go by that they each didn’t speak to one or another. Living far apart was their enemy, but, each year, they met on the Outer Banks of North Carolina to reminisce about the times of their youth in a small junior college in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, where they had met, lived together, and vowed an eternity of sisterhood. So far, all these gatherings had gone perfectly. Then, one day, the invitation arrived. What invitation, you ask? Why the one that was going to change all their lives. It came from Dixie Lee Callaway, and we all know someone just like her, the one who takes the oxygen out of the air when she arrives, and you don’t ever feel quite well again. She too had gone to school with them, but she hadn’t surfaced for decades, so why now? That is where this tale begins. With its mix of Southern hospitality and Yankee ingenuity, this story will take you on a ride that will make you laugh uproariously one minute and cry sorrowfully the next. Perhaps it could be best described as where Gone With the Wind meets Downton Abbey. Certainly anything and everything will happen. Tara, Ginger, Sabrina, and Dabney will do their best to uphold the traditions and manners learned long ago in the South, but, as for their former professor, southern gentleman extraordinaire Bristow O’Neal, this may be one step too far. Enjoy listening in on the secret language of this unique group of women, as they revisit their past with both joy and regret, and share their present as it has been altered by the passage of time and the changing of the culture that formed them.