Hamilton had just dropped off her volunteer on the bookmobile,
and she decided to take the scenic route back to the Chilson
District Library. Eddie, her rescue cat, loved nothing more
than riding shotgun with Minnie on the bookmobile. He had
a proper carrier now – no more picnic basket for him.
A few minutes into the ride, the bookmobile is flagged down
by a woman. She thinks her husband had a stroke. Her cell
phone was not working and they had no landline. As fast as
the bookmobile could travel, Minnie got to the lady’s
house and they maneuvered the husband onto the floor of the
bookmobile. Minnie called the hospital to alert them of the
incoming patient. Then she floored it to the hospital. Minnie
bonded with Barb and Russell (Cade) McCade during a visit
she paid them at the hospital. So it was no wonder that Barb
called Minnie, when Cade went missing from the rehab center
he was staying at a few days later. It seems the police found
Cade standing over a dead woman. The police think they found
the killer. However, the medical examiner’s report shows
that the timing was wrong for it to have been Cade. Minnie
will have to find the real killer or there will always be
talk about Cade getting off a murder charge. Minnie had better
be careful trying to solve this murder or she could end up
to ponder: Why has Eddie started shredding the newspapers?
Who set Cade up as the murderer? Will Steven find out about
Minnie’s other volunteer on the bookmobile?
is always something happening in Chilson, MI. You can bet
that Minnie and Eddie will always be right in the thick of
things. I love how Minnie will do just about anything for
her friends. This book was almost impossible to put down.
I found myself reading well into the night. I needed to find
out whodunit. The book is well-plotted and will keep you guessing
until the very end. The story is filled with humor and warmth
and some misguided matchmaking by Minnie’s aunt. So
if you like your mystery to be filled with books, then you
should be reading Tailing A Tabby.
a Paw #1
a Tabby #2
on Murder #4