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    Second book in A Cat Groomer Mystery series

    The Bengal Identity by Eileen Watkins is the second book in A Cat Groomer Mystery series. Cassie McGlone owns Cassie’s Comfy Cats in Chadwick, New Jersey. A man arrives at the shop wishing to board his cat, Ayesha with Cassie because his home burned the previous night. Even though he cannot provide identification or veterinary records, Cassie agrees to board Ayesha. When putting the cat in her cage, Cassie notices something sticky on her coat. A bath shows that Ayesha has been dyed to cover up her beautiful spots (rosettes). It seems that someone has also removed the cat’s chip. A consultation with Dr. Mark Coccia, the local veterinarian and Cassie’s boyfriend, reveals that Ayesha is a rare Bengal which is quite valuable. While watching television, Cassie sees a report of a hit-and-run accident that killed a man who had no identification. The sketch revels it to be the same man who dropped off Ayesha. Cassie contacts Detective Angela Bonelli and starts searching for Ayesha’s owner. At the same time, there are sighting of a large cat on Rattlesnake Ridge. Is there a connection between the wild cat and Ayesha? Then someone tries to break into Cassie’s Comfy Cats. Someone wants Ayesha and Cassie is determined to find the cat napper. Join Cassie on her latest hair-raising adventure in The Bengal Identity. The Bengal Identity can be read alone. Everything a reader needs to know is included. I found The Bengal Identity easy to read with a steady pace. The author’s writing style is straightforward, and it is obvious that that Eileen Watkins is knowledgeable about cats. She presents some interesting information on Bengal’s in this book. I had to laugh when Ayesha’s caterwauling was described. I knew immediately what the problem was and waited to see when Cassie would figure it out. The author accurately described the sound a female cat makes when in heat. Ayesha and the other cats in the book are the primary focus of The Bengal Identity. I love the description of Cassie’s Comfy Cats. The cats that stay there have deluxe quarters and plenty of places to roam and explore (gave me some ideas to use in my cat’s rooms). The mystery is uncomplicated. The solution can easily be discerned along the reason. Cassie devoted her time to looking for Ayesha’s owner. Solving the murder was just a bonus. My rating for The Bengal Identity is 3 out of 5 stars. The Bengal Identity is a light, cozy mystery that will appeal to feline lovers. The next installment A Cat Groomer mystery series is Feral Attraction.
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    The Bengal Identity

    This was an excellent story with a good mystery plot and a satisfying ending.Interesting information on different cat types and their care.
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    The Bengal Identity

    This book has lots of twists and turns around a stolen cat. Highly recommend for cozy mystery readers.
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    The Bengal Identity

    I really enjoyed this book, from beginning to end.
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