Meow If It's Murder : Nick and Nora

  • by T. C. LoTempio
  • Narrated by Rebecca Mitchell
  • Series: Nick and Nora
  • 9 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Back in her hometown, Nora reconnects with old friends and makes some new ones - like Nick, the charming feline who seems determined to be her cat. But not everything about Cruz is friendly. Writing for a local online magazine, Nora investigates the curious death of socialite Lola Grainger. Though it was deemed an accident, Nora suspects foul play. And it seems that her cat does too.
Apparently, Nick used to belong to a P.I. who disappeared while investigating Lola Grainger's death. The coincidence is spooky, but not as spooky as the clues Nick spells out for her with Scrabble letters - clues that lead her down an increasingly dangerous path. Whether fate put her on this case or not, solving it will take all of Nora's wits, and maybe a few of Nick's nine lives.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Terrific Read, Lots of Fun!

A fun and relaxing read with a bit of a twist as the writer is a former big city crime reporter with a resonably sensible head on her shoulders, until she meets a certain detective, that is!

Oh and Nick the Cat is Meow Out Loud awesomely funny!!
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- Ms. Marjorie Dawson "FeliciaRickmann"

Mediocre at best

What did you like best about Meow If It's Murder? What did you like least?

The "Nick & Nora" idea is appealing, and the idea of leaving a rat-race job to return to your roots is OK. But the whole Mafia/witness protection concept is too "out there" for me. A former crime reporter moves back to her small town which just happens to contain not one, but two protected mafia informants and assorted Mafia bad guys - too much to believe.

Would you recommend Meow If It's Murder to your friends? Why or why not?

No. There are many other books out there that are much better that I would recommend.

How could the performance have been better?

It could have been smoother. The narration seemed stilted at times, with awkward pauses. The only reason I didn't rate the narrator lower is that she did a good job of making a different voice for each character.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?


Any additional comments?

If the next book in the series was available free at my local library, I might listen to it or read it. But I wouldn't pay for any more.

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- Jane

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-16-2015
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio