New Release Books by Amy Myers

Amy Myers is the author of Death and the Singing Birds (2021), Energy's Digital Future (2021), Death at the Wychbourne Follies (2019), Dancing With Death (2017) and other 78 books.

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Death and the Singing Birds

release date: Nov 01, 2021
Death and the Singing Birds
1926, Kent. Chef Nell Drury is busy with preparations for Lady Ansley''s luncheon to welcome Wychbourne Court''s new neighbours, Sir Gilbert and Lady Saddler. Sir Gilbert is organizing a summer festival in Spitalfrith Manor and the whole village is buzzing with excitement. But at the festival itself, Nell witnesses some strange and disturbing events.

Energy's Digital Future

release date: May 11, 2021
Energy's Digital Future
Disruptive digital technologies are poised to reshape world energy markets. A new wave of industrial innovation, driven by the convergence of automation, artificial intelligence, and big data analytics, is remaking energy and transportation systems in ways that could someday end the age of oil. What are the consequences—not only for the environment and for daily life but also for geopolitics and the international order? Amy Myers Jaffe provides an expert look at the promises and challenges of the future of energy, highlighting what the United States needs to do to maintain its global influence in a post-oil era. She surveys new advances coming to market in on-demand travel services, automation, logistics, energy storage, artificial intelligence, and 3-D printing and explores how this rapid pace of innovation is altering international security dynamics in fundamental ways. As the United States vacillates politically about its energy trajectory, China is proactively striving to become the global frontrunner in a full-scale global energy transformation. In order to maintain its leadership role, Jaffe argues, the United States must embrace the digital revolution and foster American achievement. Bringing together analyses of technological innovation, energy policy, and geopolitics, Energy’s Digital Future gives indispensable insight into the path the United States will need to pursue to ensure its lasting economic competitiveness and national security in a new energy age.

Death at the Wychbourne Follies

release date: Mar 01, 2019
Death at the Wychbourne Follies
Simmering tensions, buried memories and old scores are revived at Wychbourne Court when Lady Ansley''s old theatre group reunite to perform the Wychbourne Follies. 1926, Kent. Lady Ansley’s old Gaiety Theatre group are reuniting at Wychbourne Court for the weekend. But how will they react when they learn that, thanks to her son Richard, the Follies, which began as a jolly idea for their own amusement, has become a fully-fledged performance to be held in the village at the Coach and Horses Inn? Chef Nell Drury is sure her guests’ reaction isn’t the only thing worrying Lady Ansley. A fascinating group of actors and actresses – from the pompous Hubert Jarrett to the dashing Neville Heydock, it’s not long before simmering tensions, revived old scores, fears and, worst of all, buried memories take centre stage. What happened to Mary Ann Darling, the young Gaiety actress who disappeared thirty years ago? As the performance draws to a close, the real drama is only just beginning...

Dancing With Death

release date: May 01, 2017
Dancing With Death
Introducing chef-sleuth Nell Drury in the first of a delightful series of 1920’s traditional country house mysteries. 1925. The fashionable Bright Young Things from London have descended on Wychbourne Court, the Kentish stately home of Lord and Lady Ansley, for an extravagant fancy dress ball followed by a midnight Ghost Hunt – and Chef Nell Drury knows she’s in for a busy weekend. What she doesn’t expect to encounter is sudden, violent death. When a body is discovered in the minstrels’ gallery during the Ghost Hunt, Nell finds herself caught up in the police investigation which follows. As the darker side of the Roaring Twenties emerges and it becomes increasingly clear that at least one person present that night has a sinister secret to hide, Nell determines to unmask the killer among them. Could the Wychbourne Ghosts hold the key to the mystery?

The Autoimmune Solution Cookbook

release date: May 08, 2018
The Autoimmune Solution Cookbook
The companion cookbook to the revolutionary New York Times bestseller The Autoimmune Solution, filled with more than 150 nutritious, easy-to-prepare, every day recipes to heal symptoms of inflammation and autoimmune disorders, including Graves’ Disease, Psoriasis, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Celiac disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, and Multiple sclerosis. Nine in ten Americans suffer from inflammation or an autoimmune disorder—conditions for which conventional medicine has no cure. Minor irritations like rashes and runny noses are ignored, while chronic and debilitating diseases like Crohn’s and rheumatoid arthritis are handled with a cocktail of toxic treatments that fail to address their root cause. But as Dr. Amy Myers revealed in The Autoimmune Solution, there are solutions. In this invaluable cookbook, she now shows you how to repair your body and reverse your symptoms by eating your way to good health. The Autoimmune Solution Cookbook delivers more than 150 grain-free recipes designed to prevent and reverse the full spectrum of autoimmune diseases, including allergies, obesity, asthma, cardiovascular disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, IBS, chronic headaches, fatigue, multiple sclerosis, colitis, Graves’ disease, and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. As our food and environment becomes more toxic, the health of millions of us have been impaired. Thanks to Dr. Myers, you no longer need to rely on prescriptions—with troubling, sometimes dangerous side effects—to counteract your body’s over-reactive immune system. The Autoimmune Solution Cookbook is the healthy alternative to cope with and conquer inflammatory-related symptoms and diseases.

The Thyroid Connection

release date: Sep 27, 2016
The Thyroid Connection
From the author of the New York Times bestseller The Autoimmune Solution, a comprehensive, accessible overview of thyroid problems that will help you learn to identify the warning signs and finally take back your health. Are you exhausted all the time, plagued by brain fog, and unable to lose weight? Do you struggle with insomnia, panic attacks, and tremors? But does your doctor insist that your labs are normal, and that you just need to eat less and exercise more? As anyone who has been there knows, nothing is more frustrating, stressful, and emotionally draining than feeling unwell and being told you''re fine by the very person who is supposed to heal you. The truth is, your symptoms could be triggered by a thyroid disorder—the hidden cause behind a wide array of health problems that can threaten to ruin your life. Thyroid dysfunctions like Hashimoto''s disease, hypothyroidism, and hyperthyroidism affect at least 20 million Americans and yet conventional medicine frequently misses the diagnosis. The scariest part? Most doctors won''t even order thyroid tests unless you specifically ask. Now, in The Thyroid Connection, Dr. Amy Myers teaches you how to take your health into your own hands. Dr. Myers, originally misdiagnosed herself, understands the struggles of thyroid dysfunction firsthand. Fortunately, she also knows how achievable recovery and well-being are, and just how to get you there. In The Thyroid Connection, you''ll discover: How to work with your doctor to get the correct diagnosis What blood tests to ask for, as well as what they mean How to find the right type and dose of supplemental thyroid hormone for you The role of gut health, diet, toxins, infections, and stress in thyroid dysfunction A complete 28-day plan to jumpstart your health and reverse your thyroid symptoms Complete with advice on diet and nutrition, supplements, exercise, stress relief, and sleep, The Thyroid Connection is the ultimate roadmap back to your happiest, healthiest self.

Murder in Friday Street

release date: Apr 08, 2021
Murder in Friday Street
Alice Winters is found dead close to a ruined medieval tower just outside the remote village of Friday Street. Peter and Georgia set out to discover the truth, but first they must break the silence of a village anxious to protect its own.

The Wickenham Murders

release date: Apr 01, 2021
The Wickenham Murders
Fingerprints left on Time. This is the premise on which Peter Marsh - a former policeman invalided out of the force - and his daughter, Georgia, base their investigations into unsolved past murders in this atmospheric village mystery.

Murder and the Golden Goblet

release date: Apr 15, 2021
Murder and the Golden Goblet
A memorial plaque in an old Kentish church sets Peter Marsh and his daughter on a long and dangerous trail. Their investigation leads them not only into the world of art fakes in 1950s Paris but further back still to the legend of King Arthur.

Melancholy Smiles

release date: Mar 24, 2020
Melancholy Smiles
melancholy smiles attempts to reconcile the etymological myth that sadness and happiness are separate. rather, one cannot be without the other; they are defined by each other.from my mind to yours.

Songs of Spring

release date: Jul 21, 2016
Songs of Spring
Christmas 1917, and as the Lilley family gathers at the Rectory in the Sussex village of Ashden, the mood is far from festive. Caroline’s parents refuse to support her love of Belgian Army intelligence officer Captain Yves Rosier, and she is forced to leave abruptly. Phoebe falls in love with a divorced music-hall singer, and she too incurs her parents’ disapproval. The new year brings fresh tragedy, and Caroline returns to Ashden as the war ends. The Rectory opens its doors to a new world, its inhabitants strengthened by the grief and happiness shared during the long years of war.

Classic Mistake

release date: Feb 01, 2018
Classic Mistake
When Jack Colby hears the voice of his former wife Eva on the phone he fears the worst – and he is right to do so. The body of her husband, Mexican band leader Carlos, has been found on the towpath of the River Medway and Eva becomes the chief suspect. Car detective Jack goes into action – although he is hindered by a second case, as the beguilingly beautiful twenty-year-old Daisy is determined that his efforts should be devoted to finding her stolen Morris Minor classic known as Melody. Jack storms ahead on both cases but runs into two firewalls: firstly, the unity presented by the remaining members of the Mexican band Carlos had formed at the May Tree pub twenty years earlier and then abandoned; and secondly, Daisy’s grandmother, Belinda. When a second murder takes place, Jack is right in the centre of the action and the road to its solution means driving headlong into danger.

Impact of Climate Risk on the Energy System

release date: Sep 13, 2019
Impact of Climate Risk on the Energy System
Climate change affects virtually every aspect of the U.S. energy system. As climatic effects such as rising seas and extreme weather continue to appear across many geographies, U.S. energy infrastructure is increasingly at risk. The U.S. Gulf Coast--which is home to 44 percent of total U.S. oil refining capacity and several major ports--is highly vulnerable to flooding events and dangerous ocean surges during severe storms and hurricanes. The link between water availability and energy and electricity production creates another layer of risk to U.S. energy security. Climate risk could manifest not only in physical damages, but also in financial market failures. Climate change-related challenges could impede energy firms'' access to capital markets or private insurance markets. Already, climate-related risks have created severe financial problems at a handful of U.S. energy firms, forcing them to interrupt their sales of energy to consumers in particular locations. Over time, climatic disruptions to domestic energy supply could entail huge economic losses and potentially require sizable domestic military mobilizations. The United States is ill prepared for this national security challenge, and public debate about emergency preparedness is virtually nonexistent. To explore the challenges of climate risk to the U.S. energy system and national security, the Council on Foreign Relations organized a two-day workshop in New York, on March 18 and 19, 2019. The gathering of fifty participants included current and former state and federal government officials and regulators, entrepreneurs, scientists, investors, financial- and corporate-sector leaders, credit agencies, insurers, nongovernmental organizations, and energy policy experts. During their deliberations, workshop participants explored how climate-related risks to U.S. energy infrastructure, financial markets, and national security could be measured, managed, and mitigated. Impact of Climate Risk on the Energy System summarizes the insights from this workshop and includes contributions from seven expert authors delving into related topics.

Tom Wasp and the Seven Deadly Sins

release date: Mar 06, 2020
Tom Wasp and the Seven Deadly Sins
Tom Wasp is quick to help when his landlady finds one of her patrons murdered. Soon it becomes clear that Mr Harcourt''s murder is not merely due to his philandering ways, but is part of something much more literary... It is up to Tom to find out what links an obscure Elizabethan actor with a slew of 19th century deaths in this absorbing mystery.

Classic at Bay

release date: Jul 01, 2016
Classic at Bay
Jack Colby, car detective, is commissioned to buy a ‘dream’ car from an earl, but finds himself racing into serious danger. The once-notorious cabaret singer Adora Ferne guards a private treasure trove of twelve classic Jaguar cars, but hankers over the one that is missing. Enter Jack Colby: Adora’s manager Danny Carter has commissioned him to buy the thirteenth dream car from its owner, the Earl of Storrington. When a murder follows the earl’s rejection of an offer, Jack is determined to find out whether there is a link between that and the twelve Jaguars. But the path to the killer divides: does the truth lie amongst the secrets of Adora’s past or much closer to home? Speeding along the route he’s certain will lead to the answer, Jack rushes headlong into danger.

Winter Roses

release date: Jul 21, 2016
Winter Roses
By the summer of 1916, there is still no end to the war in sight and in the Sussex village of Ashden, as elsewhere, optimism has given way to stoicism. In the year that follows, bereavements and shortages take their toll on village life, and at the Rectory the four Lilley sisters each find their own way of contributing to the war effort, while their brother George joins the Royal Flying Corps. Gradually coming to terms with her broken engagement to Reginald Hunney, Caroline Lilley numbly continues with her agricultural work at home, until tragedy forces her into leaving Ashden. Unexpectedly plunged into the fascinating and often frustrating world of military intelligence, she also finds her personal life re-emerging when she renews her contact with the enigmatic Belgian liaison officer Yves Rosier. But how can she tell if this new relationship is right -- and will the war give them the chance to find out?

Classic in the Dock

release date: Sep 01, 2015
Classic in the Dock
Car detective Jack Colby reaches back to World War II to uncover the dangerous secrets buried in the history of a 1938 Alpha Romeo. Jack Colby’s old friend and world renowned classic-car portraitist Giovanni Donati has a sweet new gig: paint an exceptionally rare Spyder last seen racing in Italy’s famed Mille Miglila just before Hitler came to power. Ever since, it’s been resting on its laurels at Plumshaw Manor. But only hours after Giovanni says ciao he’s arrested for murdering a member of the family at the sprawling English estate. Could he have done it? Is he being framed? If so, why? The investigation leads Jack back to the Second World War—and forward to an explosive and ongoing rivalry between two aristocratic clans. Now Jack has to dig through a long and mysterious history of betrayal, jealousy, and secret love affairs to prove Giovanni’s innocence. But nothing is as it seems—except for the danger Jack faces as he draws close to the truth.

Summer's End

release date: Aug 20, 2015
Summer's End
‘The end of the old world’ people said about the long hot summer of 1914. It was the last season of optimism, of certainty about the future as the sun set on the Edwardian age.That summer Aunt Tilly comes to stay with her brother the Rector and his four lively daughters in the sleepy Sussex village of Ashden. Aunt Tilly’s visit sparks off a chain of events which threatens to split Ashden apart, in which Agnes Pilbeam, the Rectory palourmaid, and her sweetheart Jamie find themselves bewilderingly caught up. Then in August the lamps go out all over Europe and war bursts open the straitjacket of rural village life. The war will bring tragedy, change and love as private torments and struggles are subjected to the greater need. The challenge will prove too much for some and the making of others.

Classic in the Pits

release date: Apr 01, 2014
Classic in the Pits
When Jack Colby hears a rumour that Old Herne''s, the club for aviation and classic car veterans, is closing, he is appalled, and attends its annual event with foreboding. His instinct is right. He has been commissioned to investigate the theft of the Porsche car belonging to its manager, the popular Mike Nelson, but now far worse problems threaten the club when brutal murder proves to be on the agenda. Jack finds himself caught between two families: the Howells, headed by a US billionaire and veteran pilot, and the Nelsons, headed by Ray, widower of Miranda Pryde, singing star of the 1940s. Her legacy is kept alive by her enigmatic grandson Jason, star of a Miranda Pryde tribute band. But what role does he play in the case, and what role do the missing Porsche and Arthur Howell''s beloved Morgan play? In his quest for the truth behind the murder, Jack crosses the path of a notorious gang-leader, and soon murder strikes again . . .

Classic Cashes In

release date: Jan 01, 2015
Classic Cashes In
Car enthusiast and British sleuth Jack Colby is back and steering a ’36 Packard headlong into a stately world of deadly family secrets. Philip Moxton, a wealthy banker in the west of Kent, is anything but a routine client for Jack Colby, freelance investigator for the Kent police car-theft unit. Moxton is desperate for a very particular 1936 Packard One-Twenty saloon. Once, he was obliged to sell it. Now he wants to buy it back—anonymously, at any price, and soon. Because as Moxton tells it, he’s going to be murdered. The case stalls when Colby tracks down the current owner, actor Tom Herrick. Herrick knows why Moxton wants to get his hands on it—a mystery involving an ongoing Moxton-Herrick family feud, and a multi-million-dollar legacy. For Colby, the search for the truth becomes treacherous as a relentless killer gears up to strike again and again. Everyone in the shadow of the prized Packard is a suspect. And anyone could be the next victim.

Dark Harvest

release date: Sep 17, 2015
Dark Harvest
March 1915. Caroline Lilley’s fiancé, Reggie, is away at the Front and Caroline gives up her job and returns home at his request. Frustrated in her desire to help the war effort, she throws herself into saving the harvest by organising the village women - and runs up against Reggie’s mother, the formidable Lady Hunney. Caroline’s sister Felicia departs to become an ambulance driver on the Western Front and Phoebe and George eagerly await their chance to leave the Village. The mood in Ashden changes as it becomes apparent that this is going to be a war unlike any other

M.O.

release date: Dec 03, 2013
M.O.
A coroner reveals a body''s tell-tale clues to his students, as he unwittingly dissects his own relationship. . . A breakdown driver turns his roadside routine into a quite different type of pick-up . . . Two creative writing tutors discuss the merits of hardboiled versus cosy schools of crime writing, while a murderous student points out that it''s really procedure that counts . . . The second in this series of anthologies from the CWA picks up the primary scent of any investigation: the modus operandi; the signature that identifies any repeat offender, the how that supersedes the why . From the ex-doctor tenderly administering a final prescription to his victims, the party of finishing school debutantes exacting revenge on their lecherous host... these stories demonstrate that, even with the most despicable of crimes, there s methodology in the madness.

Murder Makes an Entree

release date: Oct 24, 2013
Murder Makes an Entree
The fifth Auguste Didier mystery. Only a dinner of first-class excellence can tempt the Prince of Wales to endure the ordeal of being the president of the Society of Literary Lionisers. And he ensures this by insisting that the year''s highlight, the banquet at Broadstairs, will be cooked by master chef Auguste Didier. Broadstairs is famed not only as a seaside resort but also as the holiday haunt of Charles Dickens - the author the Society has chosen to lionise for the year of the Prince''s presidency. The banquet, attended by six Peggottys, two Betsy Trotwoods, a couple of Little Dorrits, a Scrooge and a Mr Pickwick, not to mention a highly emotional Miss Havisham, passes off well - but the readings that follow do not. In the middle of the murder scene from Oliver Twist, the reader Sir Thomas Throgmorton collapses and dies. It is soon realised that he has been poisoned, and Inspector Naseby of the local constabulary believes Didier''s banquet is to blame - after all, what can you expect when a foreigner cooks the food? Luckily Inspector Egbert Rose of Scotland Yard is on hand to help Didier''s investigations to prove his innocence of this most heinous of accusations.

Murder in the Limelight

release date: Oct 24, 2013
Murder in the Limelight
The second Auguste Didier mystery. Auguste Didier, master chef, has been enticed by Robert Archibald to desert Kent and the Duke and Duchess of Stockbery to bring his talents to the Galaxy Theatre in London''s West End. In the two years that have passed, Auguste has all but forgotten he was once suspected of that most foul of crimes - murder. Then, amid the glamour of the chorus line, the excitement of a first-night opening, and the electric atmosphere of the stage, a killer strikes. And Auguste is drawn once more into a murder investigation. Watching the petty jealousies and fears that abound in the theatre, he follows each clue with the same fastidious dedication that he applies to his culinary art, and soon uncovers a multitude of motives. But will he catch the killer before there is another death...?

Murder In The Motor Stable (Auguste Didier Mystery 9)

release date: Oct 24, 2013
Murder In The Motor Stable (Auguste Didier Mystery 9)
The ninth Auguste Didier mystery. Murder was not on the agenda when the Ladies'' Motoring Club committee decided to organise a run of their 1904 motor cars from London to Canterbury under the patronage of His Majesty King Edward VII. It is to be the occasion of the official Motor Club of Great Britain road trials for the electrically powered Dolly Dobbs, which its inventor claims has overcome the need for constant recharging of batteries - and this is its first public outing, after months of secrecy. Trouble is on the way, however, for the Dolly Dobbs sparks off mighty passions: from rival inventor Thomas Bailey determined to beat it; from the Duchess of Dewbury who hopes to drive it; from Hester Hart, the famous lady traveller recently returned to England; from Lady Bullinger, leader of the club''s ''racers''; from Hortensia Millward, leader of the Horse Against Motor Car Society and, indeed, it seems, from many others who frequent the club''s London headquarters and motor stable. In the club''s kitchens, Auguste Didier presents the members with a cuisine worthy of his position as master chef. But when hidden passions explode into hideous murder and Inspector Egbert Rose of Scotland Yard is called in, Auguste''s other skills as sleuth are put to the test once more, as he battles to help solve the case.

Classic in the Barn

release date: Oct 01, 2011
Classic in the Barn
A ’38 Lagonda is driving someone to murder in this first book in a series “destined to be popular with car buffs and puzzlers” (Library Journal). When Jack Colby, owner of Frogs Hill Classic Car Restorations, stumbles upon a 1938 coupé Lagonda V12 rusting away in a country barn in Kent, he longs to bring it back to its former glory. Jack also takes a shine to its owner, the fetching widow Polly Davis. Sadly, his romantic pursuits cut short. A few days later Polly is murdered just a few feet from the elegant machine. But Jack’s curiosity about the classic car is just revving up. He knows that years ago Polly’s late husband was found dead in the driver’s seat. It’s clear she had no interest in selling it or restoring it—just hiding it. And now he’s hearing rumors about Polly’s dicey past. Convinced that the Lagonda is somehow involved, especially when it disappears, Jack is determined to uncover Polly’s secrets and bring her killer to justice, even at the risk of his own life.

Murder At The Music Hall (Auguste Didier Mystery 8)

release date: Oct 24, 2013
Murder At The Music Hall (Auguste Didier Mystery 8)
The eighth Auguste Didier mystery. It''s 1902 and Auguste Didier finds himself reluctantly recruited for a week''s work at the Old King Cole music hall in the East End. Ostensibly there as chef of its greasy run-down eating house, Auguste has another role: to prevent a possible foul murder by being constant bodyguard to famous comedian Will Lamb. At first Will''s fears of being the victim of someone''s murderous intentions seem unfounded. After all, he''s only had a portentous dream and he''s really rather popular. But when other more sinister omens occur, Auguste begins to sense real danger - and Will Lamb dies on stage in front of his eyes. The search is on for a killer - and it has to be someone who''s had access to the props. Auguste''s job is made more complicated by the fact that a national treasure has also been reported missing from Windsor Castle. And there are enough tenuous threads to indicate that the crimes must somehow be linked...

Classic in the Clouds

release date: Feb 01, 2013
Classic in the Clouds
Jack Colby, car detective, is plunged into a dangerous investigation when he agrees to track down a classic car that’s been missing for over a decade.When car detective Jack Colby is asked by the ‘Mad Major’ to find one of the original five cars that took place in the original Peking to Paris rally of 1907, he accepts the challenge, but is soon plunged into a far more dangerous investigation. Was the recent death of car restorer Alfred King the accident it seems? It’s not long before the car crime underworld becomes involved in the quest for the missing De Dion, and the stage is set for murder . . .

Oil, Dollars, Debt, and Crises

release date: Jan 01, 2010
Oil, Dollars, Debt, and Crises
This book explains the links between past and present oil crises, financial crises, and geopolitical conflicts.

Murder At The Masque

release date: Oct 24, 2013
Murder At The Masque
The fourth Auguste Didier mystery. When master chef Auguste Didier decides he needs a rest in his native Cannes he is convinced that there at least he will not encounter murder which seems recently to have stalked him as inexorably as Jack the Ripper his victims. No cold hand of violent death could possibly touch this delightful place of sun and warmth... But back in London Inspector Egbert Rose of Scotland Yard is investigating a series of jewel burglaries. Only when he meets the sixth victim, ballerina Natalia Kallinkova, does he realise this is no ordinary case. For each missing jewel had been encased in an exquisiteFabergé egg, the gift of the Grand Duke Igor of Russia to his ex-mistresses. Worse, he discovers there is a seventh egg...and Inspector Rose sets off hot-foot to warn its owner - in Cannes. There, the Gentlemen (the English, under the captaincy of the Prince of Wales) are about to engage the Players (the rest of the world) in a to-the-death cricket match. And where such passions are raised, murder is sure to follow...

Murder on the Old Road

release date: Nov 01, 2011
Murder on the Old Road
A Marsh and Daughter Mystery - When Georgia and Peter Marsh encounter a group of weirdly dressed ‘pilgrims’ on the Old Road to Canterbury, more is at stake than the play the Chillingham Drama Group is shortly to perform. The group are to re-enact a pilgrimage and production that took place over forty years earlier – but that event ended in a murder that has never been solved . . . Determined to discover the killer, Marsh & Daughter set out on a dangerous journey: one that could provide the solution not only to Chillingham’s problems, but to their own.

Cici Finds a Home

release date: Nov 01, 2009
Cici Finds a Home
CiCi is a cute, little guinea pig who lives in Boomer''s Pet Shoppe with many of his animal friends. He watches all the children who visit and wishes he could go home with one of them. Follow his attempts to get the attention he thinks he needs to be adopted.
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