Her entry begins:
My reading tastes are varied. One week I’ll choose a cozy mystery, a thriller the next, or maybe even a true crime novel. I’m also a big fan of biographies, particularly historical ones that feature King Henry VIII and his wives. One book I recently read was Anne Boleyn: The Final 24 Hours by Marcella Mayfair. Anne Boleyn has always been my favorite of Henry’s wives so I was most anxious to read this book. The story is told in a minute by minute countdown which ends with her walk to the scaffold, and it describes the...[read on]About Crime and Catnip, from the publisher:
Nick and Nora aren’t just pussyfooting around this time as they deal with a missing person’s case and murder.Visit T.C. LoTempio's website.
While catering a gala for the Cruz Museum, Nora Charles agrees to look into the disappearance of director Violet Crenshaw’s niece, a case previously undertaken by her frisky feline friend Nick’s former owner, a private eye whose whereabouts are also currently unknown.
As Nora and her curious cat Nick pull at the string of clues, they begin to unravel a twisted tale of coded messages, theft, false identities, murder, and international espionage. Nora dares to hope that the labyrinth of leads will not only help them locate the missing young woman, but also solve the disappearance of the detective. That’s if Nora can stay alive long enough to find him...
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