Tuesday, February 05, 2019

{I've Been Reading} Claws for Celebration

Claws for Celebration by Linda Reilly

I don't know how I managed to miss the second Cat Lady mystery, but I jumped from the first book to the third one -- and with as much as I enjoyed Claws for Celebration, I'm going to have to catch up with whatever it was that I missed.

Lara is disappointed that the town's annual cookie decorating competition refuses to add a category for pet friendly treats, but that doesn't stop her from developing her own recipe and cooking up some healthy cat treats for the charity bake sale. She's hoping her best friend's mother will win the competition with her gorgeously decorated Santa cookies, but there won't be a winner at all this year. The former home economics teacher who's in charge of judging the entries has a fatal reaction to one of the cookies. It seems like everyone in  town had some sort of grudge against Gladys Plouffe.

The murder mystery, and another mystery that Lara stumbles into along the way, kept me intrigued. I am most definitely not a cat person myself these days, but I found myself loving all of the cats in the shelter that Lara runs with her Aunt Fran. Each one has a distinct personality and if I could open my home to Nutmeg or Valenteena I absolutely would.

Disclosure -- The publisher provided me with an ARC. This post contains affiliate links. 

1 comment:

Amanda Best said...

Thanks for all the good book reviews i have found some good ones through you!


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