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This is book number 5 in the A Cat Groomer Mystery series.
- #1: The Persian Always Meows Twice (A Cat Groomer Mystery #1) (Paperback): $16.00
- #2: The Bengal Identity (A Cat Groomer Mystery #2) (Paperback): $15.95
- #3: Feral Attraction (A Cat Groomer Mystery #3) (Paperback): $15.95
- #4: Gone, Kitty, Gone (A Cat Groomer Mystery #4) (Paperback): $15.95
- #6: Night of the Were-Cat (A Cat Groomer Mystery #6) (Paperback): $15.95
Expert groomer Cassie McGlone knows how to handle even the feistiest of felines, but their owners are a different tale! But when an elderly woman is murdered in the night and suspicion falls on not only her husband but their cats as well, it's up to Cassie to solve the case before fur really starts to fly in this fifth Cat Groomer Mystery by Eileen Watkins!
Around the quaint town of Chadwick, New Jersey, are two families in need of Cassie's help. Wealthy perfectionist Gillian Foster is orchestrating the restoration of her family's nineteenth century home and wants her purebred Himalayan, Leya, boarded at Cassie's Comfy Cats. Meanwhile, the elderly Tillmans are in dire straits, hoarding possessions and a clowder of cats in their run-down house. Perhaps Cassie can persuade the couple to surrender a few of their furry friends. Unfortunately, neither task is cut and dried...
Mrs. Tillman is mysteriously asphyxiated in the night, and suspicion falls on her husband--and their cats. Meanwhile, the Fosters host a banquet for the local historical society, and when one of their guests falls gravely Gillian is convinced someone is out to get her. After a second death occurs, it's clear a killer isn't pussyfooting around. Now it's up to Cassie to get these houses in order before disaster pounces again...
About the Author
Eileen Watkins is the author of the Cat Groomer Mystery series, including the Cat Writers' Association Certificate of Excellence Award-winning novels The Persian Always Meows Twice and Feral Attraction. In addition to writing fiction, she has worked for daily newspapers, writing and editing stories on fine art, architecture, interior design, and home improvement. A confirmed "Jersey Girl," she prefers older houses, has always shared her home with at least one cat, and makes frequent visits to the nearest riding stable. She is a member of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America. Visit her Website at EFWatkins.com.