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Carolyn Haines has given us the first book in a fantastic new series. Using the very resourceful Trouble as the central character gives us a two way perspective on the story as he interacts with the Humans. I enjoyed all the characters and found them to be like old friends. The murder plot was well thought out with enough red herrings to make the ending a total surprise. "Trouble in Dixie" - Familiar Legacy #2 is authored by Rebecca Barrett. We find Trouble in Savannah, Georgia helping Tammy Lynn's friend, Julia, at The Hampton Detective Agency. Cozy Mystery and Cat Fans alike will love these characters and I can't wait to read more of them.
When Trouble's human caregiver sees a terrible crime, he decides it is up to him to keep his Tammy Lynn safe and secure from the hidden dangers in sleepy historic Wetumpka, Alabama.
For Aiden Waters of Elmore County Sheriffs Department, he senses he just might be on the right trail to capture the Silk Stockings Killer.
This book was filled with tension, action, and good dialog. I did figure out the killer, well, my dog figured out the killer, but, both of us were surprised at the ending.
This is a series to follow!
I was expecting a lighthearted romantic diversion with a cute cat. Familiar Trouble delivered on those, but with troubling deaths – and some proofing errors – that interfered with my enjoyment.
The author, Carolyn Haines, has taken an ordinary mystery and has given it some class. She has made the main character, a black cat, seem like a person. She has appropriately named the cat Trouble, as that is what he does. He keeps his "humanoid" mistress, Tammy, and her friend Aiden, either out of trouble or help them get out of trouble.
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i especially like cat naratives
seems there may be other books about the father?