Hello gorgeous library guests and welcome to my private library
Now as mew know, I'm usually here on Wednesday's, many apologies fur the confusion but The Pet Parade changed days a while back, and so I decided to take offur Friday as it was feeling a little lonely aftur being abandoned aftur 4+ years of constant use on The PP.
Therefore I now claim effury Friday between September and May fur my furry own and I'm delighted to welcome mew all to my furry furst...
FELINE FICTION ON FRIDAY'S
Now that explanation is done, I have to tell mew what happened this week...
OH MY COD can mew believe he polluted, contaminated and generally besmirched my brand new bed - Basil where are mew? Smooch needs a nappy or his pee pee taping up during the night!
The Black Cat Knocks on Wood BK2
Zany Aunt Rowe is keeping Sabrina from working on her latest novel; Rowe has signed up for the upcoming Texas Hill Rodeo, even though she has no experience with lassos or even horseback riding. But before Sabrina can do anything about it, a bigger problem arises. A local business owner is found dead, right after a black cat was seen in her office. While the townsfolk think the bad luck cat has struck again, Sabrina suspects there might be something more murderous afoot. With a twisted killer on the loose, she'll have to round up clues quickly.
304 pages ~ 8 hours 15 mins
The Black Cat Sees His Shadow BK3
Now mew know I don't do spoilers, as I wouldn't want to ruin the story fur mew, but I will say this; the plot is excellent in all 3 books, each book is furry well paced with oodles of red herrings and twists and turns to keep mew guessing. There are a bevy of new and interesting characters in each book as well as the original cast, who are furry entertaining, especially Aunt Rowe.
Hitchcock is still a bit of an enigma at the end of book 3, as he always manages to be in the middle of the action, there are hints that he is a magickal kitty but that has not been confirmed or denied at this point. It is also hinted that his owner, Sabrina has gifts too, but as with Hitchcock we're left guessing at this point.
I'm really hoping the author continues this series, as I think it's pawesome!
Would I recommend this series to mew, of course I would, if mew love your kitty cozy mysteries then mew'll really enjoy this.
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