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Claw And Order Paperback – 16 September 2021
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Bookstore owner Willa Chance had no idea that a magical key was hidden in the old recipe book that she sold to food blogger Mary Ashford. Luckily the key is now safely tucked away in a box high on a shelf in the bookstore.... or is it?
Feline sleuth Pandora needs Willa's help to make sure that key doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. This time she’ll have to take drastic measures to break through the barrier that has stopped her from communicating with her human... even if she has to take a chance on one of Pepper St. Onge’s enchanted teas. The teas are known to have unpredictable results, but Pandora is desperate and what could be worse than the threat to Mystic Notch?
The results of drinking the tea are worse than Pandora could have ever imagined. But not worse than murder. Which is exactly what happens to Mary Ashford. And if Pandora and Willa don’t figure out who is behind this, Mary won’t be the only one who ends up dead.
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- ASIN : B09GJHVQ8Z
- Publisher : Independently published (16 September 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 222 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8478355937
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 1.27 x 20.32 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 634,687 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Willa comes to own an old cookbook but she doesn't know a magical key is hidden inside. Pandora knows about the key, but she's still trying to connect psychically with Willa, so Pandora can't tell her how important that key is. Desperate to be able to talk with Willa, Pandora drinks a charmed tea made by Willa's friend Pepper, and amazingly it works! But as usually happens with Pepper's teas there's an unforeseen side effect--Pandora can no longer communicate with the Mystic Notch cats in Elspeth's barn. Looks like Willa and Pandora are on their own.
Willa sold the cookbook (minus the key) to Mary Ashford who turns up dead shortly thereafter! Who would kill for an old cookbook? Did the killer know about the key? Of course Willa's top suspect is Felicity Bates and her cat Fluff. But something's happened to Felicity. Is something really wrong with her or is it one of tricks? Should Willa trust her?
This is a fun read and poor Willa gets a lot thrown at her at once as far as learning that magic does exist in Mystic Notch. We see the usual characters that join Willa at the bookstore along with the store's resident ghosts--one of which plays an important part in the story. I was surprised by the reveal of the guilty party, it was someone I didn't suspect at all.
I thought once Willa could talk with Pandora she might've gone to Elspeth's to see if she knew how to help Pandora, or at least Willa would let Elspeth know she now knows magic is real. Elspeth was friends with Willa's grandmother and they shared secrets of the magic in Mystic Notch and Willa goes over there often. I was a little surprised that Willa is unsure of her relationship with Sheriff Eddie Striker, I thought their relationship was moving right along in the last book.
I'm happy it all worked out in the end and Pandora and Willa saved Mystic Notch. The mystery isn't over yet as there are still items in the Notch that need to be collected. Until then...