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Dropped Dead in Cherry Hills - Cozy Cat Caper Mystery #14 - cover

Dropped Dead in Cherry Hills - Cozy Cat Caper Mystery #14

Paige Sleuth

Publisher: Marla Bradeen

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Summary

Kat Harper's visit to Jessie's Diner ends abruptly when the man at the next table drops dead. Nobody suspects murder until a wannabe crime reporter and some disturbing evidence convinces them otherwise. Now it's up to Kat to figure out "whodunit" without getting killed herself.

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