The Cats Came Back by Sofie Kelly

The Cats Came Back

Sofie Kelly

A small town librarian gets mixed up in a murder, and as accusations abound and suspicions swirl, she and her two cats will put their abilities--both mundane and magical--to the test.

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Small-town librarian Kathleen Paulson often seems to gets mixed up in murder, but luckily, her very special cats always find a way to help her close a case . . .

The charming Minnesota town of Mayville Heights is hosting a music festival, and the whole place is bustling with musicians and tourists. Kathleen is looking forward to taking in some fabulous performances--and her two cats, Owen and Hercules, are looking forward to taking in some fabulous sardine crackers. But then the trio stumbles across a dead body by the river.
The victim is a close friend--who also happens to be a look-alike of a popular cabaret singer set to perform at the festival. Who could have wanted to harm this innocent girl? Was it a case of mistaken identity?
As accusations abound and suspicions swirl, Kathleen, Hercules and Owen will put their abilities--both mundane and magical--to the test, and lay down the paw.

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Very late review but I absolutely loved this book like I did every other book in this series. The characters (cats included) continue to be wonderful and as always, a good mystery with good plot. This is a must read series for me.

This is the first time I read a book by Sofie Kelly. It won't be my last. Loved it.

I've read every one of the Sofie Kelly "Magical Cats" books and thoroughly enjoyed them. The Cats Came Back was no exception. There is a music festival in Mayville Heights, and Kathleen finds a dead woman near the river who is the close friend of one of the singers performing at the festival. The two women look very much alike, leading to questions about mistaken identity and other motives for murder. Add in questionable photos, anonymous emails, hints of blackmail plus relatives behaving badly and the result is a very entertaining mystery.

I've enjoyed Sofie Kelly's cozy mysteries for quite some time, and The Cats Came Back was a great addition to the series. Kathleen is trying not to get involved in any more murders, but after Hercules discovers a dead body and her friends ask her to take the case, she is determined to find out who snuffed out a young woman's life. Kathleen is a great character (and a librarian like me!) and I always enjoy a visit to Mayville Heights. Kelly does an excellent job creating a vibrant, three-dimensional world filled with unique characters. An enjoyable read!

I received a free advanced copy of this book from First to Read in exchange for an honest review. This was my first time reading a book in the Magical Cats series and it will definitely not be my last! This is a good standalone book and I didn't feel like I missed much from not reading the other books beforehand. I enjoyed the character development and the magical aspect of the cats was a nice touch.

Summary: The magical cats are back with their beloved librarian-owner Kathleen. Their town is busy these days, getting ready for Roma’s wedding as well as the town’s music festival. When a close friend and look-alike of one of the cabaret singers for the festival turns up dead, everyone is looking to Kathleen for answers- forget that it’s her boyfriend that’s the detective. Can Kathleen help solve this crime with the help of her sleuthing scamps without putting herself or her relationship in danger? My thoughts: I love these stories! This is a great cozy mystery series. The characters are interesting and well developed, and I love how they interact with one another. Owen and Hercules, the magical cats, are a great addition (due to where they came from each has a unique ability; Owen can turn invisible and Hercules can go through walls). Each book in the series gives me a little more development with the characters as they continue to grow throughout. I like that. A fast paced book with a good story line, this is just a good, fun read. I give it a four. I cannot wait for more! On the adult content scale, I wouldn’t rate it too high. There is some language and violence, but as always it’s pretty tame. I would let my niece read these. Let’s give it a three. I was lucky enough to receive an eARC of this book from First to Read in exchange for an honest review. My thanks!

This is the tenth book of the series and as usual I was still guessing the murderer until the final chapters. Kathleen, Hercules, and Owen are of the case again. Murder has once again come to the Mayville Heights Summer Music Festival. When in of the participants is found murdered, Kathleen is persuaded to "help" solve the murder. As usual, I enjoyed hanging out with the unique cast of characters in Mayville Heights, especially Hercules and Owen. I received a copy of this book from the Penguin First to Read program.

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via Penguin's First to Read program. This book has content warnings for death, murder, and violence. Cats and librarians in mysteries tend to draw me in quickly, and this one did not disappoint. The supernatural elements in regards to the cats were rather fun, and the story was intriguing and well-paced overall. The mystery itself was interesting and well-done; it was the kind that an astute reader may be able to figure out on their own but not so quickly it ruins the reading experience, which is my favorite kind of mystery plot. The subplots also worked really well with the main plot, making this overall an enjoyable read. My only slight disappointment was with our narrator, Kathleen. I didn't dislike Kathleen -- most of the time I liked her very much -- but there were a handful of instances where she and I just didn't mesh together very well. It was kind of strange because this wasn't consistent and this didn't occur for long stretches of the book by any means, but at times something about her character just bothered me. This didn't make the reading experience too unpleasant, but it made it somewhat more uneven. This wasn't one of my favorites, but it was a solid, fun read, and I would definitely recommend it. Final rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the first book in this series that I have read and I enjoyed it a great deal. I have a cat myself. Even without semi-magical powers, my cat is very expressive. So I can definitely feel Owen and Hercules. One thing I will say, I figured out the villain fairly early in the story.Not from any specific clue but because that was the only person it could have been. None of the other possible characters was really possible. I would be willing to read the other books in the series. I do like cozies and books with cats as characters. I read this book on Netgalley.

This is the second novel I've read from the series and, as before, I had no trouble catching up with the characters and their stories. The series seem to have the perfect balance of mystery, murder, cats, and humans. It is definitely such an entertaining book that will make any mystery and cat lover want to read.

Yes, the cats are back, and the red herrings along the book too. There are som clever tricks along the books, and it's a very entertaining reading, as always. Highly interesting.

I couldn't get into the book personally. I feel like other people would enjoy the book, but I couldn't finish it. I feel like it's a good book for children who are just about to become teenagers. That is what I got out of the first few chapters. Maybe I would have enjoyed it more if I had read the previous books in the series.

I received an early copy of this book for my review. If you don’t mind books with magical feral cats the book is an easy light mystery story. The librarian is the owner of the two feral cats and her boyfriend is the local detective. The book has the usual twist and turns in a typical mystery but was interesting and a light summer read. The book kept my interest but wasn’t one I couldn’t wait to see what happened next. In other words an average read.

Kathleen Paulson is the head librarian for the Mayville Heights Free Public Library in Minnesota. She is the owner of two special cats, Hercules and Owen. These cats aide Kathleen with murder investigations. Both cats were feral cats. They followed Kathleen home. Hercules can walk through walls and helps Kathleen find certain websites on her laptop. Owen can become invisible whenever he wants with a habit of finding and taking things he can carry away in his mouth. The annual festival in about to take. The town is a buzzed with a lot of non-locals. While down by the harbor taking pictures for a cat calendar, Hercules gets restless. Then Kathleen, her cats and the photographer find a dead body. Who is dead? Was it a robbery gone wrong, an accident or foul play? The story drew me in immediately. It takes off very quickly keeping an invigorating pace right up to the end. A very well plotted adventure with interesting sub plots and several twists and turns. The characters are complex, colorful, well defined and ones you would like to meet. The cats were a great addition to the story!! A magical, entertaining read!! I volunteered to read The Cats Came Back. Thanks to Penguin’s First-to-Read Program for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.

This is the tenth book in this series, and even though I have not read the others, I was able to enjoy this story. Hercules and Owen are two feral yet magical cats who live with the town librarian, Kathleen in Mayville Heights. When they find a woman visiting for the Music Festival, floating in the river, dead, they are unable to make sense of the murder. Can they solve this mystery to save the Festival? Kathleen is a great protaganist, she is smart and a bit spunky. The cats have their own personalities. Despite the fact that they have magical abilities, it is kept low key so it doesn't take over the story. Marcus, Kathleen's love interest, is a town detective. He encourages her to ask questions to get information that might not be given to him, yet he wants her to be safe. This was an enjoyable story with a twist. I had figured out the culprit, but still enjoyed the story to find out the reasoning behind the murder. There was also a side story going on that added interesting tidbits. I will definitely look for more books in this series.

Sophie Kelly compiled a fun group of characters for the amusement of the local cat community with a few quirks to the two main felines. In the Cats came Back, the local librarian is stumbling into intrigue once again and what do you expect with one who checks references. Tended to find myself a bit lost but was able to find myself back on track. Thank you First to read for this copy.

While there really wasn't a lot of action in it the book was a fun summer read if you're looking for that. The human characters were a little dry, but I get the feeling that Owen and Hercules are in for some more adventures. I agree with another reviewer who suggested a book told entirely from the cats' perspective. That would be an even more fun read!

I love this series! It's one of my cozy mystery favorites! The Cats Came Back is the 10th book in the Magical Cats Mystery series. I'm always excited when a new book comes out. I've loved every one of them.....and this newest one too! I'm not sure if it's the human characters....the theme....or Owen and Hercules, the magical kitties that keep bringing me back or a combination of all of it. This time around Mayville Heights, MN librarian Kathleen Paulson is excited about the town's upcoming music festival. It will liven up the small town and bring in tourists. Just as the town is gearing up for the festival, Kathleen and the kitties find a dead body floating in the river. At first she thinks the body is one of the performers in town for the festival, but it's another who looks similar to the musician. Did the killer off the wrong person? Kathleen and her feline buddies are on the case again! Can they nab the killer and save the festival? I enjoy Kathleen as a main character. She's intelligent and just a bit feisty. The kitties are awesome! :) I like the fact that the kitties have mysterious abilities, but it's kept low key. That makes it a bit more believable and doesn't over power the small town background theme and mystery part of the plot. The side characters (both human and cat) add to the all happy feels I get from this series. The only downer I got from this newest book is the fact that I've finished reading it....and now I have to wait until the next book comes out! :) I definitely recommend this series for anyone who loves cozies with cats. It's entertaining and fun to read! Sofie Kelly is a pen-name for author Darlene Ryan. She also writes as Sofie Ryan. **I voluntarily read an advance readers copy of this book from Penguin via First To Read. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.**

I received a free copy of this book in return for my review. Kathleen loves her job, and her two Cats Hercules and Owen keep her particularly busy. While at a photo shoot with her two cats, she is once again draw in to a mystery that she is predestined to solve. A delightful quick read with all the aspects of small town charm one would expect with a murder mystery solving cats.

Preface this review with some background: I have not read the other books in the series and I picked this book based on the title because I'm a cat lover. I don't think that cozy mysteries are my cup of tea, or perhaps it was just this one. The human characters were a little hard to relate to, and I had a hard time getting caught up in the mystery. The characters were always described with a flat bit of personality (flirty, busy, focused etc.), what they were wearing, and how they looked. The cats seemed to have a much deeper personality, or perhaps it was because their actions were more relatable because as a cat owner they were so realistic. I would read this book from the cats point of view, but maybe that's just me. The story was cute and quick, nothing too special. Overall this would be a good beach read.

I picked this up not knowing it was part of a series, and one with already 9 other books as well. With that said, it wasn’t hard to follow the story, and even though there were plenty of times I wished I knew a bit more backstory, there was nothing that made this not be an enjoyable and light summer read. Now, before I really get into a review, can someone tell me if there’s a book in this series told exclusive from the cats point of view? A novella maybe? Just two regular cats, solving crimes in between naps and with their owner none the wiser? Cause I’d read that so bad. So yes, Hercules and Owen were by far my favorite characters. Maybe because it’s a series it wasn’t as easy to connect with the human characters, but as a cat owner I felt like I knew the felines at a soul level immediately. Cats are special that way. I don’t often read cozy mysteries, but I appreciated how this story kept me guessing through the end—and I pride myself in being very good at figuring the mystery out pretty early on. But the cats came back kept me guessing through the big reveal.

This is an adorable cozy series featuring ” Hercules and Owen” two feral yet magical cats and their caretaker Kathleen who happens to be these little towns, Librarian. They are in the process of putting on the annual musical festival when Kathleen and the ”boys” stumble upon a murdered body that happens to be one of the out of town guests. They find themselves in the thick of the investigation and nothing about this murder makes sense to Kathleen and several other of the performers of the festival. I love the warm characters of this series as well as the picturesque setting. There are also several other subplots going on so there isn't a dull moment. I would like to thank Read-it-First for the opportunity to read and review adorable series.

As a note, I had not read the previous nine books in the series and I might not be the target audience for this book. The Cats Came Back is a charming look into small town-life with our protagonist Kathleen. In addition to being the librarian in a surprisingly busy library, she also plays investigator for her friends and family (though it sounds like that is more accidental than purposeful). This book, being the ninth in the series, has a lot of throw-backs with characters introduced in a way that makes the town-feel lived in. However, as someone who has not read the earlier books it could feel a little bit forced as a character would be introduced, talked about for a page and then not show up again. Especially with the way the plot moves forward it would have been nice to have more of a focus on the plot of this book rather than summations of previous books. This contributes to the very slow beginning. The murder isn't mentioned until close to a third of the way through the book. Her cats are around in the vast majority of the scenes, and they have magical abilities; one can turn invisible and the other can walk through walls. The magic abilities were used rarely enough that I felt they could have been removed completed and the plot wouldn't have had to change. Especially considering there was no other magic in this book, it felt out of place. I also wish that the cats had been a little more like cats; their ability to understand and follow directions would have been fine in small doses, but felt like a convenient explanation for speeding things up. The characters had some nice interplay. It was one of the areas where I appreciated this was a series. While some of the characters were a little bit flat, there were a number of people that felt fleshed out fairly easily. This book definitely fell into the trap of everyone being a little bit too nice (a little more conflict would have been nice) which made it fairly obvious who the murderer was. It would have been a good beach read for the right reader.

I received a copy of this book through the First to Read program. I haven't read any of the other books in this series but it didn't keep me from thoroughly enjoying The Cats Came Back. The writing is well paced and twisty enough to keep me turning the page. The characters were very relatable and humorous. I always enjoy cats anyway but Hercules and Owen have the personalities and powers to keep the reader entertained throughout.

This was a nice mystery. I liked the magical cats. Their abilities weren't overused. I haven't read any of the other books in the series and there are a lot of characters to keep up with, but the author does a good job of giving enough back story to explain who they are. I had some problems with this book. One was the character of Olivia. Her opposition to her mother's wedding seemed really forced. She kept saying her mother was rushing into it, when it was stated several times that her mother had been engaged for at least a year. Being engaged for a year is not rushing into things. It just seemed like the author needed some conflict there to cause tension, leading to a fight, which would a younger child to run off and wind up in a precarious situation. Very contrived. The other problem I had was that if Kathleen had not investigated the murder, it would have been solved anyway by Detective Marcus. In fact, shortly after she solves the murder and had gone through a dangerous situation with the murder, he shows up and says that yeah, they know who the murderer is because they found evidence (which they would have found if Kathleen had left immediately after the murder and gone to Tahiti), and it clearly showed the murderer with the victim.

Kathleen, the Mayville Heights librarian, and her two "magical" cats Owen and Hercules are known for solving mysteries. This will come in handy when the best friend of a popular cabaret singer in town for the musical festival is murdered. Did someone confuse her for her singer friend? Or is there a more sinister reason for her death? Prior to reading this book I had not read any other book in the Magical Cat Mysteries series. However I was still able to keep up with everything and everyone mentioned in the book. I found the book slow in the beginning but it picked up once the body was discovered. After that I could not put the book down. Overall I really enjoyed it and would suggest it for anyone who likes cats and mysteries.

I’ve never read any of the previous books in the “Magical Cats Mysteries” series, but was able to get into this book easily. It was a light, quick read, perfect for a break from some of the more intense fiction books I’ve been reading. Having said that, I would definitely give some of the previous books in the series a try. Kathleen is a small-town librarian with a penchant for solving murders, with the help of her two “magical” cats, Hercules & Owen (Hercules can walk through walls, Owen can disappear, & both seem to understand what’s being said to them). In this story, Kathleen works to solve the murder of the best friend of a popular singer in town for Mayville Heights big music festival. Thanks to Penguin Books First To Read program for providing me with an early copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I’m afraid I abandoned this book fairly quickly. I found the writing amateurish, the characters unconvincing, and the “charm” grating. It simply wasn’t for me.

I’ve been wanting to read a book in this Magical Cats series for awhile. This is the 10th book in the series and I enjoyed it. The librarian and sometimes sleuth is Kathleen, and her cats have super natural powers. It seems that Kathleen comes across an inordinate amount of murders. This latest story concerns the murder of a young, aspiring actress/ entertainer, who is visiting Kathleen’s community for a music festival. Or is it a case of mistaken identity?

I really enjoyed this book! Hercules and Owen are helping their "human" Kathleen solve another mystery. If course the suspects all seem to have good motives....but who really did it? A five star, must read!

I had to abandon this one. I couldn't get past the "magical" cats. Cats that walk through walls and communicate with humans was just a little too juvenile for me.

I started reading this book and getting the basic info about the Cats Hercules and Owen sounded familiar and I realized I had read the book in the series before this. The good thing about this book is you can read it and get a good sense of what was going on, I was not lost because it was one in a series. Kathleen is a librarian in Mayville Heights. Her Boyfriend Marcus is a detective with the police. A friend of a friend dies and somehow Kathleen gets involved. Because people talk more to people who are not the police friends talk Kathleen into "Investigating" the case. Of course she discovers it and gets into some trouble. I love the silliness of the cats disappearing and that the town seems to know that the cats understand them and are special because they are "Wisteria Hill" cats. I honestly can't wait for the next book in the series to see if the cats secrets are finally given to Marcus. Great book. I received this book to read for free in exchange for an honest review. The opinions in this review are 100% my own.

This is the first book in this series that I have read. I have read other works by this author and have enjoyed them. The author is able to draw you into her stories and the addition of cats just adds to it. I enjoyed this story, although it took me a minute to get with the magical cats. I would recommend this book, and the other titles by this author, for a cozy read.

I guess I should have paid closer attention to the details of this book before signing up to review it. I didn't realize that it was the 10th book in a series. This would explain why I got so lost in the characters and some of their back stories. Still, it was an enjoyable like read like I had hoped it would be and provided me with a nice break from reading books about the Beatles and other biographies. It's always nice to dip into some light fiction to take one away from the harsh realities of today's world...and Hercules and Owen are just the cats to do it!

I've never read a story with cats before, interestingly enough. I thought it was a fun mystery and the cats were entertaining. I'm not sure how I feel about them being "magical" though.. It was a little cheesy but overall I found it to be an enjoyable read on a lazy weekend afternoon. I'd definitely give another of Sofie Kelly's books a try in the future.

Love catching up with Kathleen, two magical cats, Hercules and Owen, and their group of friends. Another fun read from Sofie Kelly!

I really enjoyed this book. Great story! This was the first book I’ve read by this author. I will definitely be reading more.

I LOVE Sofie Kelly’s stories!! I feel like I know Hercules, Owen, and Kathleen, and reading Kelly’s books is like receiving a long letter to catch up on their lives. I can’t wait to read more!!!

These books are the purrfect cozy mystery! Sorry for the bad pun, but couldn't resist! Kathleen and her two furry companions, Hercules and Owen are always in the thick of things including any murder in the town. Their magical attributes are fun and always come in handy in solving the murder. I love all the rest of the regular characters, too and what is going on in their lives. If you like cats and mysteries with a touch of magic, then this series is for you. I have read two or three and have not been disappointed. Enjoy!

THIS book was amazing! I couldn’t put it down and finished it in 3 days. I have since tried to find more of this series. Sofie Kelly is an amazing author and I highly recommend this book

This is the 10th in a series of which I've only read one or two before. There is no problem getting to know the characters with enough of their back stories provided. The most intriguing characters are the two formerly feral cats who have adopted the local head librarian, Kathleen. Hercules and Owen have some magical characteristics and communicate with Kathleen in an almost human (and very believable) way. The mystery revolves around a murder and Sofie Kelly kept me guessing for quite a while. I highly recommend this book as well as others in the series.

I enjoyed this new book about Hercules and Owen. Yes, yes, there were other characters, too, but they're my favorite. I like seeing how Marcus and Kathleen's relationship has evolved over the series. The rest of the cast were their usual charming selves. I'd recommend this book for a quick, fun read.

Not only are Hercules and Owen engaging characters in the Magical Cats Mystery series, the two felines are extraordinary sleuths as well. The two cats followed Kathleen Paulson home when she first moved to the small town, becoming companions and co-conspirators with the head librarian of the Mayville Heights Free Public Library. The Cats Came Back is the 10th adventure for this trio and as usual involves murder. Over the ten books in this series Sofie Kelly has created an inviting community filled with warm characters and relationships. Folks are getting ready for a local musical festival when Miranda, assistant and close friend of the primary guest artist, Emme Finely, is found dead. Kathleen’s boyfriend, Marcus Gordon, is the local police detective and they sometimes share information about investigations since Kathleen has a secret source – Hercules and Owen. Ms. Kelly fabricates a good mystery with all the elements that keep the reader guessing as they work their way through each adventure. What makes this series truly magical is Ms. Kelly’s skill creating the endearing personalities of Hercules and Owen and how they interact with Kathleen and her various friends. Hercules walks through walls and loves Barry Manilow records; he taps the laptop keyboard and gets to Kathleen’s favorite search engine; and he led Ruby and Kathleen to Miranda’s body at the marina. Owen becomes invisible at will; is an addict that tears apart Fred the Funky Chicken to get his catnip fix; “Owen see, Owen like, Owen take” describes his penchant for stealing small things he can carry in his mouth. Kathleen talks to Owen and Hercules, interpreting their facial expressions and various sounds as responses; takes them with her to visit friends who have their own special relationship with the two felines. Each Magical Cats Mystery is a delight to read. And the latest one is always the best. Meow.

I received an ARC of 'The Cats Came Back’ by Sofie Kelly from the First to Read program for free in exchange for my review. I had read her novel ‘A Tale of Two Kitties’ and was delighted to have the opportunity to review hew latest. She did not disappoint. The characters (both human and feline) were well written and fun. Both of her cats played important parts in this story but she did this without over doing it. As the head Librarian in Mayville Heights, Kathleen is well known by her fiends and others in the town as the solver of mysteries. What her friends don’t know are the magical properties of her two cats. They manage to discover the murderer while helping a friend to arrange her wedding. Frankly this was a fun book which I would highly recommend.

I was glad to visit Mayville Heights, MN once again and get another glimpse into the life of local librarian Kathleen Paulson and all her friends. The plot of this mystery kept me guessing for a bit and I really enjoyed the subplot of Roma's wedding for the slice of small-town life.

I’ve never read any of Kelly’s books and I am so glad that I chose to read this one! Because I’m not familiar with her books, I wasn’t familiar with the backstories of any of the characters, but I quickly came to love them. This book moves fairly quickly and I found myself trying to solve the mystery with Kathleen and her furry sidekicks. The ending was surprising but satisfying. The writing was engaging and I throughly enjoyed reading this story. I will definitely read more from her! If you haven’t read this book, I encourage you to do so.

This was an absolutely delightful book and was definitely a cozy read. Kathleen is a small town librarian who owns two cats with amazing powers of perception. When they are out doing a photo shoot for the town calendar, they find a dead body. It happens to be someone that Kathleen is acquainted with and it starts the sleuthing by both her and her two kitties, Hercules and Owen. I liked the fact that Hercules and Owen had once been feral cats but trust Kathleen to hold and pet them - something that they allow no one else to do. They do like others and make it quite clear when they don't. They are definitely special cats that can perform strange feats! Marcus is the local police detective, who happens to also be Kathleen's boyfriend. It's refreshing that he encourages her help instead of trying to keep her out of things. He's protective without being oppressive and is not only her boyfriend, but a true friend. There is the side story to the wedding taking place and different family situations that lend to the main story of murder. I did know who had done the murder early on in the book, however, it was a joy to read the book for the pure enjoyment and not be trying to figure out "who done it" the entire time. There was enough of a twist to the murderer's reasoning to make it hugely interesting. I enjoyed this book so much! I read it in about three settings and it was so relaxing to read between my more serious non-fictions books. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys cozy mysteries and just a good read.

This is the first book I have read by this author but won’t be the last! Interesting characters in a very welcoming world. The mystery was well written with enough turns to keep my guessing almost to the end. Loved the ending! I received a copy from FirstToRead and this is my honest review.

This series just keeps getting better and better with each and every installment. I love how the abilities of the cats do not overshadow the actual mystery and other characters. The mystery was well written as always, the characters relatable and enjoyable. Mayville Heights is a town a reader can love to get lost in!

Kathleen, Marcus and Owen and Herc are well known friends of mine. Reading this book keeps me caught up in the series. I enjoyed this book as well as all of the books in the series. I am not going into the twists and turn of this book. If you are looking for a light cozy Mystery with just a touch of magic thrown in- this is the book for you. Sophie Kelly does a good job telling a story and this book is not different. The complete series is good .


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