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Arson in Cherry Hills - Cozy Cat Caper Mystery #19

Paige Sleuth

Publisher: Marla Bradeen

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Kat Harper's morning walk is cut short when a nearby house goes up in flames. It doesn't take long before arson is deemed the cause, and Kat can't help but investigate. But when she discovers the guilty party may have personal ties to someone she cares for, she might soon wish she had skipped the amateur sleuthing just this once.

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