- File Size: 3202 KB
- Print Length: 154 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (June 29, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 29, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GT5XGZA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #717,676 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Murder Most Yowl Kindle Edition
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If this turns into a series I will probably read more.
What I really dislike and cost the rating at least a star is being told the story. When I read I want to be involved in the story and I don't get that with first person narrative. I would have been far more involved and intrigued by the mystery had the main car acted not told us the story.
Trying to live up to his father’s expectations was a losing battle and when Cameron Sherwood watches an innocent man die, it serves as a wake-up call. Now the proud owner of the Cat’s Meow, Cam spends his day catering to fussy cat owners and their feline companions. He’s no longer in the closet, no longer investigating murders and he finds himself much happier for it. If he could just get his sister to stop trying to set him up on dates, life would be almost perfect. When looking after a client’s cat leads to the discovery of said client’s body, however, Cam finds himself reluctantly pulled back into the life he left behind. With a case that’s more convoluted than originally thought, a sheriff as attractive as he is frustrating, and a blind date on the horizon, Cam will have to keep his wits about him if he wants to come out unscathed.
This was such a great read! I loved the characters, both human and feline; they were all unique and worked really well in the story. Cam and Jake were great together and their rough beginning professionally was tempered nicely when they began to get to know one another personally. Their dynamic was great both on the case and off of it and they worked together so well you’d think they’d been partners for years instead of a few days. They mystery itself was fantastic; the author did a really good job with the plot. Everything flowed wonderfully and, best of all, I never figured out what was really going on until the big reveal at the end. I loved that!
This is a new author for me and I was really impressed; there was a lot packed into this story but it all just worked so well it felt as though you’d been reading a much longer book. I was entertained from start to finish and was sorry to see the book end. While there isn’t a series listed for it yet, I have hopes that there will be more in the future with these characters and, in the meantime, I’ll happily read this one again.
I love a great murder mystery! The clues, the suspense, the characters. When you start those kinds of books you get ready to seriously focus. You think you’re Nancy Drew, Jessica Fletcher, and Columbo all in one. That is why I wanted to read Murder Most Yowl.
The two MC’s Cam and Jake were very entertaining. Cam is former NCIS, currently owning a cat store. Jake is the Sherriff of the town they live in. Theirs is an enemies to lovers sort of situation but it’s so fast moving that the enemy part doesn’t last long. Cam is hilarious, I’ll give him that. For NCIS however, he wasn’t very bright when it came to protocol, and the professionalism between Cam and Jake over a murder investigation was nonexistent. But I came for the mystery!
We have a murder, and out there somewhere is a killer. I really enjoyed the poking around it was very old fashion detective work. Problem was there was discrepancies in the story. Example without giving the story away; Cam meets a housekeeper who tells him some “rumors” and while talking explains people in the house and an incident. But when Cam hears about one of the people later in the story he doesn’t know them. I hope that makes sense. It was glaring to me. It wasn’t like he had to hide the knowing, especially when it was to Jake. If I misunderstood this whole part then that’s a bit concerning too. Regardless at that point in the book I began to worry.
The reveal itself was decent in the sense bad guy caught, but there were holes. A fair amount. The ending, which I was so excited about when the scene started, ended abruptly. Here and gone and not tied together.
All in all it was funny, and entertaining but it needs a little work. A read through perhaps that will fill the holes and, though not detrimental to the mystery, very important to the story structure.
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