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Murder at Catmmando Mountain Georgie Shaw Cozy Mystery #1 (Georgie Shaw Cozy Mystery Series) Kindle Edition
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Another plus in this novel was lead character, Georgie's feline named Miles (after jazz musician, Miles Davis). His personality shows some cats can be a riot, and I wanted him to visit my house. Who couldn't use a morning alarm system of a loud Yeow zinging into one's eardrum?
Murder at Catmmando Mountain quickly jumps into the murder, and since it does, I don't think I'm inserting a spoiler to say it was a brutal attack on the daughter of Max Marley, owner of Marvelous Marley World Enterprises. Mallory was also known as Cruella de Vil, and not only was she vile to work associates, the thin waif collected men for the fun of it. Married, engaged, dating, or single, she didn't care who was left in her wake as long as this spoiled only child got what she wanted. Hated by almost everyone, the suspects were plentiful, however lead character Georgina Shaw turned up with a solid alibi taken by a state camera and clocked at the same time as the murder. Items belonging to Georgie continued to show up, from her cashmere scarf at the murder scene to the alleged murder weapon in her coat pocket. I kept guessing one person after another, meanwhile, homicide detective Jack Wheeler, was narrowing the extremely long list. And falling in love with lead character Georgie. The feeling was mutual as flying pheromones had Georgie hearing 'Snap, crackle, pop' every time the two were in close proximity.
I could visualize riding around the park on an employee bicycle, ringing the bell at visitors in harm's way, while taking in the wonderful park atmosphere. I'm usually good at figuring out whodunit before the end of a read, but this wasn't one of those times for me. Still, because there was some 'blackout' time mentioned by the accused murderer and full details were never divulged, I'm wondering if this saga/investigation will redevelop and possibly point fingers at the person I suspected, or another employee or person she has wronged. I hope this case indeed gets reopened, giving readers a chance to follow the budding romance of Georgie and Jack, no longer young things, but still passionately alive.
Hmmmmm. Did one of the many suited animal characters get away with the perfect crime, or did a jealous, jilted girlfriend get revenge, or is the one in custody the actual murderer?