Kathleen is excited to meet three old pals of her beau, detective Marcus Gordon, while they visit charming Mayville Heights on business. But the reunion is cut short when one of the friends is killed - and the evidence points toward Marcus as the murderer.
Though it seems she doesn't know all of Marcus's secrets, Kathleen is sure he's no killer. With his suspect status sidelining him from investigating the case, it's up to Kathleen and her feline partners-in-crime to find whoever is framing Marcus and make sure the good detective hasn't found his last clue.
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this one was a no brainer. no complexity of plot at all. too bad. I listen to books as a "get away ". I am hoping this story just slipped by the publisher.
this novel is OK if you don't want to get too involved or you need white noise to fall asleep, but if you want to get involved with characters and plot lines, try another in the series. those, at least, aren't completely transparent.
This series of books gets better with each new book. The characters are richly drawn -- from cats to people. Her gentle humor makes me chuckle out loud. Unfortunately the ending was another main character in a dangerous situation. I think that's a little overdone. But overall a book I'll listen to again.
I liked the mystery of finding the killer
it puts you into the story makes it more real/although I read the kindle book also and had forgotten about the language that I also took points off of...
not necessarily but enjoyed it except for the language
I would read more books because she has good plot lines...but won't for language
Kathleen and her friends are back with another mystery. As usual, this is a very enjoyable mystery made better by the narration of Cassandra Campbell. The characters are all well developed and the story flows like water. I look forward to the next book in this series and strongly recommend it to anyone who likes light mysteries.
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