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Country Cat Blues

Alison O’Leary

Publisher: Red Dog Press/Bloodhound Books

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“A purrrrfect read in every sense . . . keeps you guessing right to the end.” —Amazon reviewer, five starsThis English village may look peaceful, but a cat can smell trouble from a mile away . . . When pet cat Aubrey moves to the picturesque village of Fallowfield with his family, he is keen to explore the delights of the English countryside. However, the idyllic peace is shattered when a gruesome murder takes place at the village fete. Tensions run high as spectres from the past begin to emerge. Aubrey is particularly bothered when suspicion falls on Morris, who may be eccentric, but is also a good friend to the local felines. It’s time for Aubrey to step up. Can he solve the mystery before it’s too late?
Available since: 09/01/2022.
Print length: 277 pages.

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