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This blog is, as from today (12 Dec. 2009), a tribute to James Hadley Chase, who wrote with great precision zillions of novels set in the USA , without (hardly)ever having set foot in it. I hope I can measure up to him -even if only just a bit.


After some painstaking and futile attempts I've realised that Chase must have been a much more conscientious man when it came to geographical accuracy (or just plainly much more into maps than I am). So, while still dedicated to him, I hope readers will forgive -and perhaps enjoy- some creative licence on my part...

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Kitty in the woods

Now Kitty being a kitty, and having never before ventured out, it was only natural for him to get side tracked and forget about Mouse after hearing the fluttering of wings and smelling the new fragrances the wood kept in its depths...

Thrushes were common in that area. Kitty smelled the air and listened intently to their songs. After a while,with perked-up ears,  he noticed that there were different tunes...One tune he found he straightened his whiskers and clattered his teeth, threw his ears backwards, ready to catch his prey ....With bared nails his paw darted forwards to pin the bird...

Now, before we know what happened to Kitty and the bird, let's go and see which bird he wanted so badly to catch, and which tune it sung. Follow me into the woods and let's play a game...Can you guess which bird Kitty wanted to get?

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