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Murder at the Vacant House! By Lyndia Glover
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It had been quite some time since anyone had lived in the Livingston house at 5901 Ridgeway Road in London. Due to neglect, it was in a sad state of disrepair. No one went near it anymore. There... More > were even rumors it was haunted. Wayne Abbington was in the business of buying old houses and fixing them up to rent. He made a handsome living doing this. Wayne decided to buy the Livingston house. Little did he know the grisly secret it held! Detective Cheerie of Scotland Yard (large male cream colored cat) would arrive on the scene to solve the mystery! **Watch for new books!" Eighty-fifth book in the series.< Less
Murder at the Vacant House! By Lyndia Glover
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It had been quite some time since anyone had lived in the Livingston house at 5901 Ridgeway Road in London. Due to the neglect it was in a sad state of disrepair. No one went near it anymore. There... More > were even rumors it was haunted. Wayne Abbington was in the business of buying old houses and fixing them up to rent. He made a handsome living doing this. Wayne decided to buy the Livingston house. Little did he know the grisly secret it held! Detective Cheerie of Scotland Yard (large male cream colored cat) would arrive on the scene to solve the mystery! **Watch for new books!** Eighty-fifth in the series.< Less
Murder at the Opera! By Lyndia Glover
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The society column of the London Times includes details about the richest people. In their large manor homes they entertain only the nobility. The winter months are crowded with news about lavish... More > balls. My constant companion Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) and I(Bentley Brighton) enjoy each day reading about them and viewing the photographs. Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard gave us tickets to the opening night of Phantom of the Opera at the Metropolitan Opera House in London. Since Detective Cheerie is a member of Scotland Yard he was allowed to attend the opera. In the lobby Lord and Lady Van Beek greeted us. They were well aware of the numerous murder cases Detective Cheerie has solved. To our horror, before the night is over, Lord Van Beek is murdered! Will Detective Cheerie be able to solve the most important case of his career? **Watch for new books!** Eighty-fourth book in the series.< Less
Murder at the Opera! By Lyndia Glover
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The society column of the London Times includes details about the richest people. In their large manor homes they entertain only the nobility. The winter months are crowded with news about lavish... More > balls. My constant companion Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) and I(Bentley Brighton) enjoy each day reading about them and viewing the photographs. Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard gave us tickets to the opening night of Phantom of the Opera at the Metropolitan Opera House in London. Since Detective Cheerie is a member of Scotland Yard he was allowed to attend the opera. In the lobby Lord and Lady Van Beek greeted us. They were well aware of the numerous murder cases Detective Cheerie has solved. To our horror, before the night is over, Lord Van Beek is murdered! Will Detective Cheerie be able to solve the most important case of his career? **Watch for new books!** Eighty-fourth book in the series.< Less
Justice by Fire! By Lyndia Glover
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On August 1, 2006, Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) and I (Bentley Brighton) were enjoying a nice afternoon at Aylesbury Park in London. We often go there to people watch. Our... More > relaxing time was interrupted by a phone call from Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard. A corpse had just been discovered in a burning car at 5961 Lynshire Drive, a vacant lot in London. The car had been doused with a flammable fluid. Inspector Jiles requested that Detective Cheerie assist with the investigation. The victim was a young woman. Her body was not badly burned. The gruesome sight had been found and the fire department called soon after the fire started. Would Detective Cheerie be able to find out why Belle Holdenfer had become the victim of this horrendous crime? **Eighty-third book in the series** Watch for new books!< Less
Justice by Fire! By Lyndia Glover
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On August 1, 2006, Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) and I (Bentley Brighton) were enjoying a nice afternoon at Aylesbury Park in London. We often go there to people watch. Our... More > relaxing time was interrupted by a phone call from Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard. A corpse had just been discovered in a burning car at 5961 Lynshire Drive, a vacant lot in London. The car had been doused with a flammable fluid. Inspector Jiles requested that Detective Cheerie assist with the investigation. The victim was a young woman. Her body was not totally burned. The gruesome sight had been found and the fire department called, soon after the fire started. Would Detective Cheerie be able to find out why Belle Holdenfer had become the victim of this horrendous crime? **Eighty-third book in the series** Watch for new books!< Less
Attack of the Giant Black Hound! By Lyndia Glover
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The summer of 2013 had been very busy for Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat). Scotland Yard had called on him to investigate three murder cases in London. On September 2 the last case... More > had been solved thanks to Detective Cheerie's uncanny sleuthing abilities. I (Bentley Brighton) Cheerie's human decided that we both needed a rest. We would visit the Rannoch Moors in Scotland. I made a reservation at a Bed and Breakfast nearby. Detective Cheerie loves to visit new places. But, this sight seeing trip would soon involve two of the most gruesome murders of Detective Cheerie's career! **Eighty-second book in the series** Watch for new books!< Less
Attack of the Giant Black Hound! By Lyndia Glover
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During the summer of 2013 Inspector Jiles of Scotland Yard had requested that Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) assist in three murder cases. In September I (Bentley Brighton) decided... More > Detective Cheerie and I needed a short vacation from crime. We would visit the Rannoch Moors in Scotland. It would be an unusual experience for us. Little did we know just how unusual! Could Detective Cheerie escape being called in to investigate a murder? **Eighty-second book in the series** Watch for new books!< Less
Murderer at the Carnival! By Lyndia Glover
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The winter of 2003 had been a dreary, bleak time. At last, on March 1st trees began budding. Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) and I (Bentley Brighton) were anxious for spring. The sun... More > was shining and the temperature had risen. We went to Brook Central park to watch people and their dogs. Soon after we arrived an organ grinder with his little monkey approached us. He wanted to meet the famous Detective Cheerie. "I am with the Delgado Carnival out on Hwy. 13," he said. There had not been a murder all winter in London. Was it to cold for murderers to get out? The next day Inspector Jiles called. The body of a young woman had been discovered out on Hwy. 13. She had met with foul play. All of the staff of the Delgado Carnival became suspects. Detective Cheerie would soon be investigating there. Little did we know that he soon would be in a life or death situation in the line of duty! **Eighty-first book in the series** Watch for new books!< Less
Murderer at the Carnival! By Lyndia Glover
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The winter of 2003 had been a dreary, bleak time. At last, on March 1st trees began budding. Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) and I (Bentley Brighton) were anxious for spring. The sun... More > was shining and the temperature had risen. We went to Brook Central park to watch people and their dogs. Soon after we arrived an organ grinder with his little monkey approached us. He wanted to meet the famous Detective Cheerie. "I am with the Delgado Carnival out on Hwy. 13," he said. There had not been a murder all winter in London. Was it to cold for murderers to get out? The next day Inspector Jiles called. The body of a young woman had been discovered out on Hwy. 13. She had met with foul play. All of the staff of the Delgado Carnival became suspects. Detective Cheerie would soon be investigating there. Little did we know that he soon would be in a life or death situation in the line of duty! **Eighty-first book in the series** Watch for new books!< Less