Where to begin, mew know I've neffur read anything by this author before so I wasn't sure what to expect. After a stilted stop-start, stop-start I must say that I found it really rather fun.
The kitty in this purrticular cozy mystery is called Theodore Von Pumpernickle and when I say he is rather dramatic, that's the understatement of the century.
The story is told from multi viewpoints which when I was listening to the audiobook was a little confusing at furst but the more I listed the better it became.
Theodore's mum, Annie Graceland has psychic abilities and mew guessed it, murder just seems to follow her around. In this book her apartment manager, Anthony Spiggottini is the victim, and during an unannounced apartment inspection, Theodore and his K9 pal are inadvertently bundled out of her apartment due to violating the 'no dogs allowed' policy.
This is where I really started to take note as indoor, pampered kitty Theodore is on the streets. I found his narrative highly amusing the way he describes his plight, he blows effurything out of proportion in such an epic way mew can't help but laugh.
I will go back and start at the beginning of the series so I am more familiar with the characters, but I have to say even though I started in the middle I really did enjoy it.
Cupcakes, Bats, and Scare-dy Cats