When blue-eyed cats go missing, it’s up to a girl and her talking cat to solve the mystery and in so doing, they uncover a more sinister plot.
The thrilling adventure continues when 11-year-old Caitlin and her magical cat, Rio discover that there has been a rash of lost blue-eyed cats all over town. Each cat owner confirms a single clue – a catnip mouse. Rio takes matters into his own paws and leads Caitlin and her mom to the truth. In so doing, they discover that MacDougal, the criminal mastermind will stop at nothing to capture Rio.
A talking cat and three clever girls… MacDougal, the criminal mastermind does not stand a chance.
"The Missing Cats" Book 2, A Caitlin & Rio Adventure
ISBN 979-8-9860700-1-8 Hardback $24.99, Paperback $9.99 and Kindle $3.99
Available wherever books are sold.
When a rogue experiment removes all colors from the world, a girl and her talking cat must save humanity from cat-astrophe.
No one is more surprised than young Caitlin Maggert when she wakes up to her cat Rio talking to her and the world around them suddenly cloaked in grays without any colors. But when they team up with Caitlin's best friends to investigate the odd phenomenon, they discover a much larger sinister plan underway... and it's up to them to stop it, before it's too late.
A brilliant scientist, a criminal mastermind, world destruction... come face to face with three clever girls and a talking cat in this thrilling chapter book.
Middle grade chapter book for ages 7 - 12.
"The Lost Colors" (Book 1) A Caitlin & Rio Adventure
$24.99 (hardcover), $9.99 (paperback), $3.99 (kindle) Available wherever books are sold. ISBN 979-8-9860700-0-1
"Sally Alexander does a fine job of capturing the mystery as well as the fun interactions between friends and felines on a mission. ... Advanced elementary to middle grade libraries seeking engaging, whimsical mystery adventures to attract kids to the written word will find all these elements and more in The Lost Colors, which injects a dose of humor into the mix for added value and fun. It's highly recommended for its unexpected twists and turns, the dual profile of a Ragdoll cat who becomes even more extraordinary, and the young owner who loves him whether he can talk or not." D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review and Editor, Donovan's Literary Services