Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Cat Cafe Mystery Series series.
- #1: Cat About Town: A Cat Cafe Mystery (Cat Cafe Mystery Series #1) (Mass Market): $9.99
- #2: Purrder She Wrote: A Cat Cafe Mystery (Cat Cafe Mystery Series #2) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #4: A Whisker of a Doubt: A Cat Cafe Mystery (Cat Cafe Mystery Series #4) (Mass Market): $7.99
- #5: Claws for Alarm: A Cat Café Mystery (Cat Cafe Mystery Series #5) (Mass Market): $7.99
- #6: Gone but Not Furgotten: A Cat Cafe Mystery (Cat Cafe Mystery Series #6) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #7: Nine Lives and Alibis: A Cat Cafe Mystery (Cat Cafe Mystery Series #7) (Mass Market): $8.99
Welcome back to the charming New England coast, where Maddie James’s cat café is at risk of becoming a crime scene for the purrfect murder. . .
Maddie is hoping to have some downtime during Daybreak Island’s off-season to tackle her to-do list. Her grandfather’s house-turned-cat-café is under construction and she’s also scoping out places to open a juice bar on the island. On top of that, her relationship with adorable dog groomer Lucas has taken a pawsitive turn.
But easy is getting harder every day for Maddie, especially when a big-name writer who’s on the island working on a new project winds up floating in the canal. This, on the exact same day an eccentric woman shows up at the cafe claiming Maddie’s cat, JJ, is hers.
As the investigation into the dead writer picks up, Maddie realizes that even the neighbors she’s known all her life might be keeping secrets that go deep into the heart of this small seaside town. Meanwhile, a killer remains at-large...and on the prowl.
About the Author
Cate Conte writes the Cat Cafe Mysteries and the new Full Moon Mysteries. As Liz Mugavero, she writes the Pawsitively Organic Mysteries, the first of which was an Agatha Award nominee for Best First Novel. She lives in Connecticut with her rescue pals.
"In a subgenre in which dialogue and character development typically take a back seat to ailurophilia, Conte's cat cafe series is eminently readable and often immersive."—Kirkus