The Case of the Missing Cats (Dragon Detective Agency)

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • The Case of the Missing Cats (Dragon Detective Agency)
  • Gareth P. Jones
  • English
  • 14 March 2018
  • 9780747586418

About the Author: Gareth P. Jones

Gareth first started writing when he was very young but it wasn t until he was in his early twenties that he completed his first novel Having had it universally rejected he wrote a novel for children called Who Killed Charlie Twig, which received an equally unimpressed reception and remains rightly unpublished to this day.Some years passed during which Gareth met his future wife, Lisa and began a


The Case of the Missing Cats (Dragon Detective Agency)When Dirk Dilly Gets A Call From Holly Asking Him To Help Her Find Her Missing Cat, He Thinks That The Case Will Be Very Tedious However, Soon He And The Intrepid Holly Are Engaged In A Life Or Death Struggle In Which The Missing Cats Play Only A Small Part This Is A Case That Will Seriously Test Dilly S Detective Skills As He Finds Himself Up Against Some Very Dangerous Foes

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10 thoughts on “The Case of the Missing Cats (Dragon Detective Agency)

  1. Meghan Karn says:

    I thought this was cute but the boys weren t that into it.

  2. Pranta Ghosh Dastider says:

    Just finished reading the book It was one of those books which you know that could go far far and deep to deeper with plot but gave you a glimpse of how great the story can be and keep you on the edge by making you want to look forward for the upcoming novels of the series.The story starts with a detective case, a very silly one But the person or the thing investigating the case is not to be taken lightly He is a dragon for GODS SAKE I mean come on How often do you get to see a authentic dragon detective in the real world I have never seen one in my life And that alone made me interested to get into the story at once However, the plot didn t even looked much interesting at the first 30 40 pages I mean there were twists that made appear pooped up question bubbles over the top of my head, but I didn t know how the hell it could be interesting Then around the halfway through the book it really got interesting As I discovered how grand the whole plot can be, I was really excited to race towards end But, keeping the remaining length in mind I was certain that the story won t explain everything and take me everywhere I want to go by the end Either way I carried on reading By the end I knew I was right with the assumptions and ac...

  3. Catsalive says:

    When Dirk Dilly gets a call from Holly asking him to help find her missing cat, he thinks that the case will be very tedious However, soon he and the intrepid Holly are engaged in a life or death struggle in which the missing cat plays only a small part This is a case that will seriously test Dilly s detective skills as he f...

  4. Marcus says:

    Marcus and Mummy both decided that this book wasn t very well written and was kind of boring, so we stopped reading it.