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  • Christmas Has Arrived

    Maddie James is back on Daybreak Island for her for Christmas without her Grandma. Work on the Cat Cafe is almost complete, the volunteers are feeding the feral cat colony, and it’s time to celebrate the holiday. But then a contentious neighbor at the cat colony is murdered and Katrina is the prime suspect. Can the holiday get any worse? Yep, it sure can and Lucas has ghosted Maddie right at the holidays. While Maddie can cut Lucas out of her heart, she can’t walk away from the cats and Katrina. Grandpa and Maddie are working the case and hope to save the cats and the holidays. A cute series with a solid whodunit that gives you enough red herrings to keep you changing your mind on whodunit. New England and Island life were a bonus for me and I look forward to the next well written entry in this series.

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  • Fights over Feral Cats Lead to Murder at Christmas

    Maddie James and her friend Katrina have learned about a colony of feral cats near one of the richest neighborhoods on Daybreak Island, so they are working to take care of it. However, the neighbors are resistant to their efforts, going out of their way to be a pain. Just a couple of days before Christmas, Maddie finds the body of one of them, Virgil Proust, outside his house. Virgil and his wife were some of the loudest people fighting against the cats and Maddie’s efforts to feed them. When the police focus on Katrina as their prime suspect, Maddie knows it is up to her to find the truth. Can she do it? I’ve been waiting impatiently for this book due to the cliffhanger the previous book left us with. I was thrilled to get back to Maddie and find out what happened there. Even if you haven’t read the books that came before this one, you’ll still be able to jump in here and follow along. I will say that Maddie’s attitude in this sub-plot bothered me a bit at times, although I always understood where she was coming from. The main mystery is good with a few nice surprises on our way to the solution. The suspects could have been stronger, and I struggled at times to remember all of their relationships, but I was still invested in the story. The regular characters are strong and charming, as are the cats at the cat café where Maddie works. The Christmas setting adds an extra level of cozy. Fans new and old will enjoy this festive entry in the series.

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  • A Wisker of a Doubt

    Wow Maddie does it again. That girl is her own worst enemy but her heart is always in the right place andevents do work out around her. Thankfully

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