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  • How have I missed this series?

    Nora and her kitty Nick seem to stumble on dead bodies like nobody’s business. When an old friend of her Mother’s reaches out and asks for help, Nora and Nick stumble upon the body of the woman’s writing partner. When the author becomes the prime suspect, Nora and Nick are on the case and looking for the murderer. When they Nick and Nora stumble on yet another dead body, Nick does his best to keep Nora from meeting the same fate. With a feline partner, Nora has to hope they haven’t used up all nine of Nick’s lives before they find the killer. This is the first book I have read in this series and there were no gaps, it reads fine as a standalone. Though I have to say, I am in love with Nick! Can’t wait to read more in this series!

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  • Good fun

    cats, situational-humor, sleuth, small-business, small-town, murder, murder-investigation, cozy-mystery, magical-twist, verbal-humor, family-dynamics, friendship, author, law-enforcement**** Someone REALLY did not want the author to publish that Tell All book! Nora makes an appointment to see the temperamental author visiting town, but Nick the cat finds her body when they get there. Nora is a freelance journalist, runs a sandwich shop, has one old boyfriend working as temporary local Homicide detective, and the current one is FBI. But it's the cat who shows her where the clues are (and he is certainly NOT a sleek Siamese!). If you like stories where the cat is the star and the sleuth thwarts the law enforcement, you'll love this one, too! No spoilers and the publisher's blurb is a great hook! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Beyond the Page Publishing via NetGalley. Thank you!

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  • Glad they’re back!

    I'm really glad this series is back. I enjoy the characters and the stories are always fast paced and keep you guessing until the end. I do have some issues with actions taken by the main character: I'm all for the amateur sleuth asking questions and getting involved in the investigation but she takes it too far at times. <spoiler> Nora takes evidence that should have been left for the police and impedes their investigation, which puts her in danger. I'm also not a fan of the justified breaking and entering. </spoiler> These actions dropped the rating from a solid 4 to a 3. Also, I love cats but having a cat in the dining room is a stretch for me. Having a cat in the area where food is prepared is just wrong. And a health code violation. I received a copy from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. #HissHforHomicide #NetGalley

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  • Nick and Nora

    I was given a free e-copy of this novel by NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion. I have never read a novel by T.C. LoTempio before, but I will definitely go back to the beginning of this series. You can read this book as a standalone, because the author has provided enough information for the reader to know that there are other novels in the timeline but it's not really relevant to the current novel. Nora Charles receives a visit from an old friend of her mother. This friend is also a famous author and is one half of a very popular romance series. She asks Nora to speak with her writing partner about supposedly writing a tell all novel that could ruin her future career. Reluctantly, Nora agrees but wishes she hadn't when she discovers the woman's cold body. Now Nora is investigating the woman's death to prevent her mother's friend from going to jail. But with a tell all novel floating around, Nora doesn't have a clue as to which suspects to investigate first, or even what she might have gotten herself into. I enjoyed this novel, especially the inclusion of Nick the cat. Many of Nick's mannerisms reminded me so much of my two girls, and I actually laughed out loud at a couple of scenes. Cats are super creepy, and Nick was no exception. However, I liked how the author made that creepiness helpful to Nora in her investigation. I also really liked the character of Nora. I felt she was practical and down to earth. She had enough nosiness to her to continue the investigation, but enough sense to know when to call in help. I especially liked how independent she was and openminded to her friends and their quirks. The mystery was really thought out, and realistic. Most people would not want their secrets blabbed, especially by someone incredibly biased and awful. I wasn't expecting the killer to be who it was, so that made the story even better for me. Overall I rate this novel 5 out 5 stars.

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