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Murder of the Cat's Meow: A Scumble River Mystery Mass Market Paperback – Sep 4 2012
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“I enjoy every minute of every book of this series.” —#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Charlaine Harris
“Endearing…quirky…a delight.”—Chicago Tribune
“A trip to Scumble River is like visiting with old friends.”—The Mystery Reader
“Swanson is a born storyteller.”—CrimeSpree Magazine
About the Author
Denise Swanson is the author of the Devereaux’s Dime Store mystery series, which launched in March 2012 with Little Shop of Homicide, and the New York Times bestselling Scumble River mystery series. She lives in Illinois with her husband, classical composer David Stybr, and their cool black cat, Boomerang
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Ex-show girl Bunny Reid has decided to have a pet cat show and a speed-dating meeting at her bowling alley while her son is out of town. It has caused an influx of people and an attack on one of the judges who has insulted one of the owner's cat! The judge is extremely nasty and sarcastic to everyone, but this owner, a not normal person who has conversations with God, acts! Skye Denison, school psychologist, is called to come do something! She stops the attack.
The person checking the speed-dating preferences succumbs to bribery, and gives partners for a date to someone they hadn't wanted. To add insult to injury, the DJ is terrible.
The next morning the judge's body is discovered. The man who had attacked her confesses, but he says he stabbed her. Actually, she was strangled!
Skye has been renovating an old house she loves, but it seems to be haunted by the previous owner. Whenever she and her fiance get amorous, something crashes or otherwise disturbs them.
The story is intriguing, fun to read, and entertaining.
The book I read is a paperback with 250 pages. I highly recommend it.
Murder of the Cat's Meow is an excellent continuation of the series set in Scumble River with its hilarious cast of characters. The series has such realistic characters it transports you to a place where your sure you feel right at home.