`Mystery Cats' is a collection of 13 short story mysteries about old men with treasure, possessed old maids, young children, and grumpy old men written by Rendell Braun. I would give this book a 2 star out of 5 rating. I didn't really like it. Mystery Cats is a mystery book and a short stories book. This book was not one of my favorites, and I didn't like it very much because the mysteries weren't very suspenseful.
I also don't like short stories much because the plot and characters are always changing. Mystery Cats put me to sleep. It wasn't like most mystery books. It doesn't create the suspense that keeps you turning the page. Actually, it does quite the opposite. I liked how the author got you into all the stories quickly, but I didn't like it how they were only about 20 pages long each.
I liked the stories' plots because they made sense and kept me in the book. The stories were okay, but they ended so quickly and the mysteries in some of the stories were never solved or completely ended. That was kind of annoying to me. The mysteries weren't `intense' enough for my taste. The mysteries in this book were rather dull.
If you like dull mysteries and short stories, then you will like this book. Otherwise, save your money for college or something else good and don't waste gas and pollute our environment to buy a dud. I would not recommend this book to people my age because it was very boring to me.