Wednesday, June 24, 2015

PAWSitively Sinister by Patricia Fry (A Klepto Cat Mystery Book 11)

PAWSitively Sinister (A Klepto Cat Mystery Book 11)

The Ivey family travel to San Francisco to help Arthur and his long-time friend, Suzette, clean out the mansion. News of the massive estate sale lures a variety of people, including former residents and long-ago visitors, each carrying stories of bizarre activities occurring there in the past.
When the klepto cat, Rags and his pawtner Koko make some ghastly and ghostly discoveries, everyone goes into research mode and they’re stunned by what they uncover - evidence of people gone missing, a treasure-trove of loot, and spirits unable to rest. This is by far the most PAWSitively Sinister story in the series.

  • File Size: 2948 KB
  • Print Length: 165 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Matilija Press (June 8, 2015)
  • Publication Date: June 8, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
My review:  PAWSitively Sinister by Patricia Fry (A Klepto Cat Mystery Book 11)

4 stars

Pawstively Sinister is #11 in Klepto Cat mystery.  It follows closely after book 10.  It can stand alone but better if you have read the series in order.  The same characters are back plus some new ones.

Lots of mysteries and discoveries happen to be found in Aurthur's mansion.  While everyone is there to help during the estate sale. One mystery keeps coming after another as they look for answers.  Of course Rags as a hand or should I say paw into everything.  It keeps you guessing to the end.

This is a clean read with characters you want to see more of.  I like that most of the characters want to help each other.  While there are some disturbing  things in this story, there is humor and good friends too.

The setting for the book is San Francisco, CA area.

I like how easy it is to draw yourself into the story.  I find the characters to be like old friends that you want to catch up with each other, play with the baby and see what Rags steals next.

I was given Pawsitiely Sinister by the author to read and in exchange I agreed to give a honest review.

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