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  • Jinty James’ Meow Means Murder

    Annie, the silver-gray tabbyNorwegian Forest Cat seats people in the Cat Café run by the Crenshaw cousins, Laurenand Zoe. The small town of Gold Leaf Valley is a flutter with the arrival of a famous food critic from the city of Sacramento. When he and his protégé arrive at the cafe, the café’s baker is not there plus all his bake goods have sold out. They said they would return the next morning. When they do not show up the next day, Lauren decides to take some pastries to the hotel. She and Anne walk over to where the food critic is staying. They find him dead!!! Well fleshed out characters that are colorful, interesting, some quirky and very entertaining. A very well plotted adventure with descriptions that make the reader part of the story. I volunteered to read Meow Means Murder. Thanks to the author for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.

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  • Meow means Murder

    Interesting twist on food critics and restaurant owners. Could see this happening.Nice quick reading.

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  • Enjoyable story.

    I always enjoy stories in which animals play a part. Annie the Norwegian forest cat definitely had a role to play which wasn’t too far fetched. Congratulations Jingy.

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