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Book Review-Pawsitively Dead-(Wonder Cats Mystery Book #2-Harper Lin

Wednesday, November 4, 2015


This is the second book in the Wonder Cats Mystery Book Series (click here for my review of Book#1). Cath, Bea, and Aunt Astrid are busy trying to fix up the fire that took the life of one of their employees at their restaurant The Brew-Ha-Ha. Even though they could have used magic to make the work go a bit faster they keep the fact that they are witches from the rest of the town--so when Min, an old friend of Cath's from school days shows up in town unexpectedly he helps them. Then---bodies are found along with exhumed bodies of long dead residents of the town.

Will the 3 witches be able to solve this mystery and rid the town of the demonic presence that has taken residence without allowing the fact that they are witches to become known. Will Treacle (Cath's cat and her familiar) be able to save the day even though Cath can not at the moment communicate with him? Read the book and find out. It is not absolutely necessary to read this series in order but it might help!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

When Cath visits her parents’ graves, she finds the dead body of the local hairstylist. What’s even stranger is that she also stumbles upon an older corpse, nearly a skeleton, of a woman who died in 1958. It has been exhumed from her grave, but who would do that?

While the police are stumped, Cath, Bea, and Aunt Astrid suspect sorcery… necromancy…

The second novel in a bestselling cozy mystery series featuring modern-day witches and their magic cats.


Read a couple of chapters here

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About the Author: (from Amazon)

Harper Lin is the USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR of The Patisserie Mysteries, The Emma Wild Holiday Mysteries, The Wonder Cats Mysteries, and The Cape Bay Cafe Mysteries. When she's not reading or writing mysteries, she loves going to yoga classes, hiking, and hanging out with her family and friends.


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14 comments :

Mandie said...

This looks really cute and I haven't read a good mystery in a while. I love the cover too!

Sharon Martin said...

What a great name for a restaurant, The Brew-Ha-Ha, I think I would really enjoy this book.

Scott said...

I didn't see if it was appropriate for pre-teens. By your description it sounds like my girls would really enjoy it.

Natasha Mairs said...

Never heard of this aurthor before, sound like a good YA book

Janet Krugel said...

I've never heard of a cat mystery, but this one sounds interesting!

bxcrochet said...

This sounds like a great book. My best friend is a cat lover and would love it.

Michelle F.

kristi@ishouldbemoppingthefloor.com said...

This sounds like a great mystery! Thanks for another wonderful review, Miki!

Kristen Campbell said...

Oh, another cat book! I'll share with my mom, she loves these!

Erica S (EricasRecipes.com) said...

This sure sounds intriguing - love a good mystery and I love cats!

fee roberts said...

Thank you for such a great review. I've got to get these books now.

Crystal said...

I've been really into books with a magic or mythical twist on them. I"m not a cat owner, but I do adore them (my husband has allergies). I can get my cat fix through this series.

mail4rosey said...

All it takes is one person to see 'em. I hope they can get in and stop trouble w/o being found out themselves. :)

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

This looks like a very intriguing mystery. I love great books like this one that keep you in suspense until the final chapter.

Rebecca Swenor said...

This sounds like an awesome mystery read indeed. I love mysteries like this one and I think my sister would too.

 
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