Cat Trick (Magical Cats #4) (Paperback)

By Sofie Kelly

Berkley, 9780451414694, 336pp.

Publication Date: February 5, 2013

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

The fourth mystery in the New York Times bestselling series about two extraordinary cats whose owner can't keep her nose out of trouble...
 
Kathleen Paulson enjoys her life as a small town librarian, but sometimes even small towns can have big problems. The local businesses of Mayville Heights hope to convince Chicago-based company Legacy Tours to sell a vacation package for their town. Legacy Tours partner Mike Glazer grew up in Mayville Heights, but he’s no longer the small town boy people once knew. Even the local bootlegger has an issue with the bossy loudmouth Mike has become—until someone shuts him up for good.
 
When Kathleen discovers Mike’s body on the boardwalk, she can’t help but get involved in the investigation—even if her beau, Detective Marcus Gordon, would rather she didn’t. Now, with a little help from her cats Owen and Hercules, it’s up to Kathleen to make sure the killer is booked for an extended stay in prison before some else takes a permanent vacation.


About the Author

Sofie Kelly is a New York Times bestselling author and mixed-media artist who lives on the East Coast with her husband and daughter. She writes the New York Times bestselling Magical Cats mysteries and, as Sofie Ryan, writes the New York Times bestselling Second Chance Cat mysteries.


Praise For Cat Trick (Magical Cats #4)

Praise for the New York Times Bestselling Magical Cat Mysteries
 
“Owen and Hercules are a delight.”—Kings River Life Magazine
 
“If you are a fan of Miranda James’s Cat in the Stacks mysteries, you will want to read [this series].”—MyShelf.com
 
“Coziness at its finest. I adore those magical cats!”—Socrates’ Book Reviews
 
“With great characters and an interesting story, readers will be in for a treat with this classic whodunit.”—RT Book Reviews
 
“Small-town charm and a charming cat duo make this every cat fancier’s dream.”—The Mystery Reader