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Hooked on a Feline (Magical Cats Book 13) Kindle Edition
It’s summer in Mayville Heights, and Kathleen Paulson and her detective boyfriend, Marcus, are eager to attend the closing concert of the local music festival. The concert is a success, but then one of the band members is discovered dead shortly after it. At first it’s assumed the death is a robbery gone wrong, but Kathleen suspects foul play—and she’s certain that she, along with her trusty side-cats, Owen and Hercules, can help solve the murder.
Before his death, Kathleen had noticed the victim in the library researching his genealogy, and when she and Marcus take a closer look at the man's family tree, they begin to think a previous death of one of his relatives now seems suspicious. The more Kathleen thinks about it, the more this murder feels like it could be an encore performance. Kathleen and her cats will need to act fast and be very careful if they want to stay off of a killer's hit list.
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Cozy readers will enjoy spending time with Kathleen, her cats, and the appealing residents of Mayville Heights.--Publishers Weekly Will delight fans of cat mysteries and Jenn McKinlay's Library Lover's series.--Library Journal Ms. Kelly continues her highly successful series with another winning tale...Lots of great characters and two adorable cats.--Fresh Fiction Owen and Hercules are a delight.--Kings River Life Magazine With great characters and an interesting story, readers will be in for a treat with this classic whodunit.--RT Book Reviews --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
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Read by Cassandra Campbell, Gabrielle de Cuir, Richard Gilliland, Jamye Grant, Stephen Hoye, Alex Hyde-White, Sunil Malhotra, Arthur Morey, P. J. Ochlan, and Stefan Rudnicki--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B08PY29WV1
- Publisher : Berkley (7 September 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 1655 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 283 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0593199987
- Best Sellers Rank: 214,865 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This novel begins with a music concert put on by several townspeople Kathleen knows, one of whom she'd befriended while he was tracing his family tree using the library's resources. When he turns up dead, she's asked to help find out why. So (this time with the detective's assent) she investigates -- with the intrepid help of Kathleen's circle of friends, library and internet resources... and the cats.
It's a lightweight read, just right when you want a bit of escapism. Don't look for deep meaning... just a pleasant diversion. And I dunno about you, but sometimes that is JUST what I need.
The author also failed to have the wonderful phone calls with her mother and/or father. The Wisteria Hill feral cat colony was mentioned, but those ultra-mysterious kits were not present. Had the feeling Ms. Kelly was bored with the characters, even the feline ones.
Mystery itself is all about a family tree, eye colors and hair texture. Confusing and not the stuff of a good cozy. I gave this novel 3 stars because Owen was eventually put to good use in the last 1/3rd of the story. Hope the next book is way better.
I love this series and, even if this is not my favorite, I thoroughly enjoyed.
A complex mystery, full of red herring. I guessed the culprit early in the book but I wasn't able to guess the motive.
Even if it's fast paced it drags a bit in the middle and the solution seemed a bit rushed.
Owen and Hector are great and the characters well developed.