Tuesday, August 4, 2015

The Purrfect Lie (Klepto Cat Mystery Book 12) by Patricia Fry


When the Iveys and the Sheridans find a deathbed confession letter, Savannah and her Aunt Margaret spring into action. Is Savannah’s imagination playing tricks on her or has she stumbled upon the unaware kidnap victim mentioned in the letter? In the meantime, there’s trouble at the Sheridans’ cat shelter and Rags, the kleptomaniac cat, leaps right into the middle of the tangled mess. Only the cat knows who is putting his feline friends in danger. Meet some interesting new characters in this story and be prepared to laugh and to cry. The feel-good ending is worth the admission price of this book
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  • Print Length: 158 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Matilija Press; Klepto Cat Mystery edition (August 2, 2015)
  • Publication Date: August 2, 2015
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My review:  The Purrfect Lie (Klepto Cat Mystery Book 12) by Patricia Fry


This is book 12 in the Klepto Cat Mystery.  It does a good job of standing alone.  This was a good clean fun mystery.  The characters are well developed and a lot of them are animals. I enjoy seeing them.

The couple of mysteries where easy to solve before the reveal I knew where each story line was going but the journey was good to get there.

Savannah's baby Lily is almost one year old.  She realizes Lily has no playmates her age.  So Savannah is going to find her some.

Someone is going to the cat shelter that Max and Margaret own and is letting the doors open so some of the animals keep getting out.  While searching for the cats Michael finds that Max has a basement that he did not know he had.

In there they find a letter admitting to a kidnapping.  No dates or names are on the letter though.  Of course it was Rags the kleptomaniac cat is the one who finds the letter.

The vandal at the cat shelter is not a high priority for the police.  Also the kidnapping is not much to go on.

Savannah and Margaret are determined to solve the two mysteries.  Rags helps find clues too.

The setting is a small town in Northern California.

I am not a cat person but enjoy this series of mysteries.

I was given this ebook to read by the author.  I agreed in return to give a honest review of The Purrfect Lie.

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