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    Charlie & Diesel are at it again!

    Cat Me If You Can by Miranda James is the 13th A Cat in the Stacks Mystery. It can be read as a standalone for those new to this feline cozy mystery series. I thought Cat Me If You Can was well-written with developed characters. Charlie Harris and Diesel are back. They are heading out of town with Helen Louise Brady, Charlie’s fiancé, for Asheville, North Carolina. A chance for their mystery’s reader club from the Athena Public Library to get to know each other and talk about their favorite mystery authors. The group also gets a private tour of the Biltmore Estate and a chance to visit other sites in Asheville. Their plans are soon derailed when an uninvited guest is murdered. Charlie along with Miss An’gel do a little investigating on their own. Of course, Diesel gets in on the action. They learn some surprising information and uncover a clue or two. Then comes the reveal reminiscent of Mrs. Fletcher. There are multiple suspects, good clues, and misdirection. I enjoyed solving this whodunit. It was a nice change of pace for the story to take place outside Athena. It gives Charlie and Helen Louise some alone time which they rarely get back home. I enjoyed the groups discussion on the Golden Age of mysteries. I wrote down several authors that I am looking forward to exploring. Diesel was his usual adorable self with his cute little trills and chirps. Miranda James has created a great cast of characters for this series. They are likeable and relatable. There were some discussions along with attitudes about a sensitive subject that were realistic (I could imagine similar thoughts and actions happening around the world). I enjoyed the humor scattered throughout the book. Cat Me If You Can was an entertaining cozy mystery and I cannot wait to read What the Cat Dragged In next spring. Cat Me If You Can is a charming tale with the beautiful Biltmore, a Golden Age gumshoe expose, mystery meetings, a sleepy servant, a painful pin, and the darling Diesel.

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