Mrs. Marlowe's MiceBook - 2007
One day, officers from the Department of Catland Security show up at Mrs. Marlowe's door, demanding to search the premises. Can this crafty feline outwit the police and save her mice from certain doom? Is Mrs. Marlowe the mouse-sympathizer she appears to be? Or is she really a mouse-hungry monster stocking her larder with fresh mice?
Mice -- Juvenile fiction.
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To the casual observer Mrs. Marlowe is just your average librarian widow. But to those who know her, and know her well, she’s a very dangerous person: a mouse-keeper. Mouse-keeping is strictly forbidden, but within her home Mrs. Marlowe oversees a large number of happy well-fed rodentia. Of course, there’s always the suspicion in the back of the minds of the mice that perhaps Mrs. Marlowe is just fattening them up for the kill, but the real test comes the day when her home is inspected by two policecats from Catland Security. Though she’s adept at keeping the authorities at bay, when little Billy falls from his hiding space what happens next nobody expects.
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