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Meow - cover

Meow

Skye MacKinnon

Publisher: Peryton Press

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Summary

Assassin. Private Investigator. Cat shifter.
 
Kat is used to killing people, but for a blank cheque, she's willing to do the opposite and help solve a murder - even though it sounds boring as hell. That is, until she finds some body parts in her fridge, makes friends with the neighbourhood cats and realises there may be an assassin better than her…
 
Suddenly, things have become purrfectly exciting.
 
An urban fantasy full of cats, secrets and murders. This is a slow-burn reverse harem where Kat will find her love interests over time. Book one in the Catnip Assassins series.
Available since: 02/26/2020.
Print length: 250 pages.

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