Heights, Minnesota, has seen its share of murders in recent
years. And it seems that librarian Kathleen Paulsen is always
involved in solving them, whether she wants to be or not.
Thankfully, she has two cats with magical gifts to help her
and to keep her safe.
is hosting a music festival that has brought in many tourists
and musicians from out of town. Kathleen is among the many
who are excitedly looking forward to performances. But Kathleen,
her friend, Ruby, and the cats, Owen and Hercules, find the
body of Miranda Moore, who was a close friend of one of the
performers. The first question is: Was Miranda murdered intentionally
or did someone mistake her for Emme Finley, the singer? They
did look very much alike.
As always, when
I get my paws on a new Magical Cats book, I sit down to read
and hope that no one will disturb me until I've reached the
very end. Simultaneously, I don't want the book to ever end.
It's a conundrum.
The perfect balance
of small-town relationships, interesting characters, and a
historic library transport readers into the heart of the mystery.
Owen and Hercules are my favorite fictional felines who use
their abilities to help Kathleen unmask the killer.
books are so smooth that it appears that she writes effortlessly,
seamlessly and magically. But I know she works hard day in
and day out to gift her readers with enchanting stories, and
for that I am grateful.
of other titles in the series
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Reviewers Note: Author also writes as Sofie Ryan