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This time our heroine, Katherine, decides to take a vacation all alone to a cabin in the woods to decompose after her last adventure. What she finds in the woods is not just woodsy little cute furry creatures, but a nest of vipers and a lost sheep. In the short time that she is there not only does she run into these vipers, but a huge storm strikes and she wrecks her car and is almost killed.
Karen Anne Golden writes a series that is heart warming and heart wrenching both at the same time. It is entertaining and compelling. Once you start, you can’t quit. They are a quick read series, but yet offer suspense, excitement and a bit of humor. This one even has a ghost in it. Now what more could you ask of a good book?
However, these mysteries with Katz and her merry band of cats are a wonderful update. Katz inherited her great Aunt’s fortune and lives in Erie, Indiana. Katz is a programmer from Manhattan who is growing accustom to small town, Midwest life. Katz lives with her 5 cats in a pink mansion. She seems to be a danger magnet, who finds murder and/or mayhem wherever she goes. Along with her friends from New York and Indiana she solves the mysteries of Erie.
In this story, Katz is feeling the pressure of pleasing everyone and herself. She decides to take a weekend off at a lovely cabin near Peace Lake, Indiana. However, two of her Siamese cats don’t think it’s a good idea for her to go alone. So, they throw a fit until Katz agrees to take them. Once they get to the area, Katz realizes that this isn’t going to be the quiet weekend that she was looking for. And the adventure begins. Even with everything Katz goes through she shows how generous and kind natured she is. It is very sweet the way she helps people.
I like the characters and jams that Ms. Golden comes up. The neat thing about her stories are they aren’t always about murder, she has other mysteries in each story which is refreshing and intriguing. This is the fifth book in her series and I look forward to the next installment.
Book number 5 is as good as 1-4: you have a combination of mystery, suspense, and much laughter especially with the two Siamese who give the best performance of there lives. Along with the other 2 cats and wait, when a friend (daughter of local mobster) drops off her two cats, well what do you think is going to happen. 7 Cats and the adventure begins.
Jake is headed to Savannah and thought Katz was going with him. However, Katz has decided she just needs some alone time, away from cats, wedding plans, and anything else that might be troubling her. As soon as you read this you know the adventure is ready to begin.
A cabin on Peace Lake sounds beautiful, but after one night and seeing a one eyed man standing by the window Katz's decides its time to go home. It while leaving that the story gets really interesting, nearly missing someone with her car, the cats missing, hanging upside down after an accident, Katz wakes up back in the cabin. Don't want to give too much away, because its very fast pace.
Can't wait for the next book.