Thursday, May 29, 2014

Undercover Cat (A Klepto Cat Mystery #4) by Patricia Fry Review

A popular local journalist goes missing just before she has the opportunity to turn in her story exposing unscrupulous cat hoarders. Not only is Colbi a friend of Savannah and Michael Ivey, Damon (now out of prison and employed by the local newspaper) has a strong personal interest in her. In fact, Damon breaks some rules and some trusts in his search for Colbi. 
Is this a love connection? It’s doubtful because Colbi is a strong advocate for the feral cat population and Damon hates cats—or so he believes. Will a kitten in need change his heart? 
Colbi’s rescue is almost too late. She needs time to heal both physically and emotionally. So the Iveys invite her to recuperate in their home. Just when Colbi begins to feel safe, a body is discovered in the Iveys’ orchard and Rags (their kleptomaniac cat) goes missing. Can someone in a nearby homeless camp shed some light on the evolving mystery? Does Rags have a secret of his own?


I have read all books in this series so far and I loved this one just as much as all the others. I started reading it yesterday afternoon and I couldn't put it down and I can't wait for the next book to come out. 

I highly recommend this book and this series if you like cozy mysteries and are cat lovers. 

I give this 5 out of 5

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