I have another book in the cat mysteries called Undercover Cat written by Patricia Fry. This is the 4th book in the series and it's just as hilarious as all the others!
A popular local journalist goes missing just before she has the opportunity to turn in her story exposing unscrupulous cat hoarders. Not only is Colbi a friend of Savannah and Michael Ivey, Damon (now out of prison and employed by the local newspaper) has a strong personal interest in her. In fact, Damon breaks some rules and some trusts in his search for Colbi.
Is this a love connection? It’s doubtful because Colbi is a strong advocate for the feral cat population and Damon hates cats—or so he believes. Will a kitten in need change his heart?
Colbi’s rescue is almost too late. She needs time to heal both physically and emotionally. So the Iveys invite her to recuperate in their home. Just when Colbi begins to feel safe, a body is discovered in the Iveys’ orchard and Rags (their kleptomaniac cat) goes missing.
Can someone in a nearby homeless camp shed some light on the evolving mystery? Does Rags have a secret of his own?
These Klepto Cat Mysteries are really awesome to read and they are for all ages, which makes them a great book to give to anyone who loves reading mysteries and loves animals. It's like getting a twofer for the price of one!
This latest mystery involves a man who looks like Dracula and he murdered a homeless woman named Beverly and Rags, the Klepto Cat, is bringing home clues.
Like I said, it's a murder mystery but a clean one that I think anyone would enjoy reading and not have to worry about really bad language or too graphic crime scenes popping up to scare you or your young adults.
Rags, the Klepto Cat, is the hero of the book, just as he should be!
About the Author:
Patricia Fry is the author of 37 books (and counting), including "Publish Your Book, Proven Strategies and Resources for the Enterprising Author," "Promote Your Book, Over 250 Proven, Low-Cost Tips and Techniques for the Enterprising Author," "Talk Up Your Book, How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences and More" and "Catscapades, True Cat Tales." She started her writing career in 1973 and had her first book published by a New York publisher five years later. She established her own publishing company, Matilija Press, in 1983, before it was fashionable or even convenient.
Patricia supported herself for many years by writing magazine articles, and currently spends most of her time working with other authors on their projects. She is the executive director of SPAWN (Small Publishers, Artists and Writers Network), a networking organization for anyone interested in or involved in publishing.
Her interests, outside of writing and publishing, include grandchildren, her kitty cats, travel, gardening and her daily meditation walk.
Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours.