Literally Murder

A Black Cat Bookshop Mystery, #4

This was a really nice book for cat lovers. Not only was there a cat show, kittens that needed homes but also a mystery that needed to be solved. My favorite part was the end! I cannot say why, but I loved it! There was also a very interesting memorial service where a fight broke out, it made me wonder about the killer and the victim. The cat show outcome was interesting and I looked up pictures of this breed. I loved Hamlet and he was my favorite character. I liked that Darla sold mysteries and solved them. However I am not sure that she was ready for her cat to be so close to the victim.


Book Blurb for Literally Murder

From her Brooklyn bookstore, Darla Pettistone not only sells mysteries, but solves them, aided by her big-boned black cat, Hamlet?who has suddenly pounced into the spotlight after unleashing his fists of furry?  

After a video of Darla and Hamlet performing at a martial arts tournament goes viral, the Florida chapter of the Feline Society of America invites the ?Karate Kitty” to be the guest of honor at their championship cat show in Fort Lauderdale.

Upon arrival, Darla discovers that not everyone in the Sunshine State has a sunny disposition. Animal rights activists are on the march, and a cat show contestant stages his own angry protest when his special breed Minx?half Sphynx, half Manx?doesn’t win. Then Hamlet disappears?only to be found next a dead man's body. Now it’s up to Darla and Hamlet to take best in show and collar the killer


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2014 4.00