9780486829524

Claws of Rage A Beastly Crimes Book (#3)

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  • ISBN13:

    9780486829524

  • ISBN10:

    0486829529

  • Edition: Unabridged
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2019-09-18
  • Publisher: Dover Publications

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Summary

The peaceful existence of the animals in the Far Woods is threatened by a crime wave in this third volume of the fanciful Beastly Crimes Book series. First, an underground art exhibition is robbed. Soon after, Marquise, a pampered, snow-white Persian, is kidnapped from the cat show. To Chief Badger and his ambitious assistant, Badgercat, all clues point to the snooty Arctic Fox as the culprit—until the emergence of  Claws of Rage, a nefarious group of nonpedigreed agitators seeking vengeance against purebred, well-fed, happy-go-lucky animals.
Newly translated from the original Russian, this charmingly illustrated story is the latest in an imaginative mystery series geared toward middle-grade readers. Look for the sequel, The Plucker, as well as the previous novels, In the Wolf's Lair and A Predator's Rights, all available from Dover Publications.

Author Biography

Anna Starobinets is an award-winning novelist, screenwriter, and journalist. Best known as a writer of dystopian and metaphysical stories, she is also a successful children's author. Her previous titles include Catlantis, translated from Russian into English by Jane Bugaeva, and praised by Kirkus Reviews as "a trippy, silly tale of cat magic, folklore, and love….Bugaeva's punny translation will make this a fine read-aloud. A must for those seeking culturally diverse literary experiences."

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