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Thrice the brinded cat hath mew'd

By: Bradley, C. Alan, 1938- [author.].
Contributor(s): Entwistle, Jayne [narrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundSeries: A Flavia de Luce Novel 8.Publisher: New York : Random House Audio, [2016]Edition: Unabridged.Description: 7 audio discs (approximately 9 hr.) : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: spoken word Media type: audio Carrier type: audio discISBN: 9780449807651 ; 9780449807675.Other title: Thrice the brinded cat hath mewed.Subject(s): De Luce, Flavia (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Girls -- England -- FictionGenre/Form: Audiobooks. | Mystery fiction.
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Alan Bradley
Read by Jayne Entwistle.Summary: Flavia de Luce is excited to be sailing home to England, but instead of a joyous homecoming, she is greeted on the docks with unfortunate news: Her father has fallen ill, and a hospital visit will have to wait while he rests. Only too eager to run an errand for the vicar's wife, to deliver a message to a reclusive wood-carver. Finding the front door ajar, Flavia enters and stumbles upon the poor man's body hanging upside down on the back of his bedroom door. The only living creature in the house is a feline that shows little interest in the disturbing scene. Curiosity may not kill this cat, but Flavia is energized at the prospect of a new investigation.
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A AUDCD (Browse shelf) Available 7 Disks 067763

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Alan Bradley

Read by Jayne Entwistle.

Flavia de Luce is excited to be sailing home to England, but instead of a joyous homecoming, she is greeted on the docks with unfortunate news: Her father has fallen ill, and a hospital visit will have to wait while he rests. Only too eager to run an errand for the vicar's wife, to deliver a message to a reclusive wood-carver. Finding the front door ajar, Flavia enters and stumbles upon the poor man's body hanging upside down on the back of his bedroom door. The only living creature in the house is a feline that shows little interest in the disturbing scene. Curiosity may not kill this cat, but Flavia is energized at the prospect of a new investigation.

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