Charles McClure’s New Book “The Adventures of Slickey, Trickey, Ickey, and the Bad Cat Earl” is a Holiday Tale that Embraces Festivity for Friends, Family, and Felines

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Recent release “The Adventures of Slickey, Trickey, Ickey, and the Bad Cat Earl” from Page Publishing author Charles McClure is a kind-hearted reminder of the true meaning of Christmas as told by three charismatic mice and their arch nemesis, Earl.

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Charles McClure, a dedicated writer, has completed his new book “The Adventures of Slickey, Trickey, Ickey, and the Bad Cat Earl”: a playful mystery that slowly reveals itself as Christmas approaches in the farmhouse.

“(My) childhood adventures inspired (me) to write and share the tales and antics of Trickey, Slickey, Ickey, and the Bad Cat Earl,” explains McClure. The roots of this story in the experience of being a youth is evident in the wonderment and curiosity with which he approaches the Christmas experience.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, McClure’s whimsical tale introduces mischievous Earl, a cat whose recent break from his selfish ways arouses suspicion in the trio of mice who usually find themselves in his cross-hairs around the farmhouse.

First the cat begins ignoring Slickey, Trickey, and Ickey in order to partake in decorating for Christmas, then he begins crafting lengthy and secretive letters. When a special guest arrives, Earl’s behavior becomes even more erratic. With Christmas fast approaching, time is running out for the members of Farmer Bob’s household to learn the true meaning of the holidays.

Readers who wish to experience this amusing work can purchase “The Adventures of Slickey, Trickey, Ickey, and the Bad Cat Earl” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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