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  • Fun short mystery with the cat as the star

    A fun short story mystery with the usual cast. Annie steals the stage as usual and it was nice to get well into a book before the murder happens. I feel there was not s much depth and twists as usual, but this is probably due to it being a short story. I've only given it 4 stars, whereas the other books in the series have had 5 stars, due to it's short length - I prefer something that gives me more than an hour of reading. (I read fast).

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  • Jinty James’s Christmas Claws

    t is the Christmas season in Gold Leaf Valley. The Crenshaw cousins, Lauren and Zoe are involved with Father Mike’s Christmas play. When the role of Mrs Claus becomes open, Annie, the silver-gray Norwegian Forest Cat gets the role. Annie is a well known part of the community as Annie chooses seats for the customers at the Crenshaw’s Cat Café. Two brothers are helping as the stage crew. Then one brother is murdered. An array of intriguing, colorful,some quirky and all well created characters. The story is well paced, well written, humorous, Christmas themed with a touch of romance. This is book # 9 in the Norwegian Forest Cat Cafe Mystery series. It can be read as a stand alone as the author presents the reader with the past and present effortlessly. I volunteered to read Christmas Claws. Thanks to the author for the opportunity. My opinion is voluntary and my own.

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  • Christmas Claws.

    Relaxing read. Did not like repeats of customer descriptions from previous books.

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