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A cat cafe. A gorgeous Norwegian Forest Cat. And a party that goes horribly wrong...

Cat cafe owner, Lauren Crenshaw, with Annie, her Norwegian Forest Cat, and Zoe, Lauren's cousin, are catering the anniversary party at the local senior center in Gold Leaf Valley, when the greedy new landlord is killed in a hit and run.

Was it an accident-or murder?

Lauren, Annie, and Zoe aren't the only ones investigating. Their new friend Martha, a regular at the center, loves writing down tidbits of gossip. Has she inadvertently written down who the murderer is?

Annie has also been busy, rescuing a kitten. Ed, who creates the legendary pastries for the cafe, volunteers to look after the little stray.

Zoe is tired of string-art and decides to try bead jewelry. Then Lauren's boyfriend Mitch tries to set up Zoe with his friend. But when she discovers who it is...

©2019 Jinty James (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 13-06-2020

Two Tailed Trouble

Another nice listen. I do enjoy a good, light cozy mystery & this
series seems to check all the boxes. Laura, Zoe & Annie the lovely Norwegian Forest Cat, along with the regular characters help to make up this cozy little town into a place where I would like to live. Sure there’s the usual murder to solve but the romance is not so descriptive as to be overwhelming & the characters & stories seem to be essentially believable. I give it a thumbs up!

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