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Shot in Cherry Hills - Cozy Cat Caper Mystery #5

Paige Sleuth

Publisher: Marla Bradeen

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What starts off as a foster dog wellness check turns into a nightmare when Kat Harper discovers a dead body. But who would want to murder Eric Halstead? Kat's not sure, but Eric's orphaned tuxedo cat just might lead her to the killer.

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