Thursday, January 21, 2016

Review: The Extortion Cat-Astrophe by Alannah Rogers

When Bea's friend Nathan confides in her that he has been the subject of extortion for ten years and needs help, she decides to do what she can. A bit of sleuthing, some baking (her cafe is trying to come up with a recipe for the local upcoming fair), some serious bad guys and some fun contributing cats. A light and fun read - and a rare mystery without murder (I always enjoy those for a change)

I actually wish some of the recipes referred to in the story had been added on in the book as extras!

Terri

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