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Kathleen Paulson has her hands full in Mayville Heights, Minnesota, running the public library and taking care of her two uncanny cats, Hercules and Owen. Kathleen's good friend Maggie says items are being stolen from the local artists' co-op. She doesn't want to call the police, because the main suspects are all close friends. Luckily, Kathleen and her faithful felines are there to put their paws on the truth!
No More Pussyfooting Around: A Second Chance Cat Mystery Novella
Sarah Grayson lives in charming North Harbor, Maine, where she owns the Second Chance shop and sells beautifully refurbished items, but she's also given a second chance to black cat Elvis. Sarah and her elderly friend Edmund Harris are having some issues with the nephew of a neighbor. With the neighbor recovering from a suspicious fall in the hospital, her nephew is being openly hostile and suspiciously secretive. Is he just a pain in the neck, or actually a threat to his aunt? Sarah and Elvis are on the case.
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By Kimberly on 12-13-16
Good story be mindful of cost
As you might expect from this author these are delightful stories. The narration is quite good. Like many people, I read the stories as a relaxing activity at the end of a long and busy day. These stories will certainly not disappoint if this is your goal.
I hesitated to purchase this title on audible because of the cost. Audible is charging the same price for this book as it did for many of its unabridged longer books in the series. I was fortunate enough to observe this title on sale which made the cost a bit more reasonable. For those who have the choice of reading a book in print I believe you can pick up this title much cheaper in a print source. Even though waiting for this title to go on sale meant I had to postpone reading it from its release, I think the value was much greater by waiting. I know that there is cost involved in producing an audiobook and that licensure requirements mean that and audio copy of the book is not the same as a print or electronic copy of it. However, paying the same price for an audiobook the last 2 to 3 hours as you do for one that lasts 7 to 9 hours just seems unreasonable.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Happy Cat on 09-16-17
Different and Good
These were short and to the point. I liked that they were mysteries without anyone dying. I have plenty of mysteries in my life without anyone dying. Like where my favorite jewelry that I traveled with might be. That's a mystery to me! ;) Although I don't have these festive detectives to help, I'll probably just have to lose something else to find it.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful