In the latest novel from the New York Times bestselling author of How to Paint a Cat, there are choppy waters ahead...
A serial killer with a peculiar penchant for City Hall interns is on the loose in San Francisco, and it’s up to me—and my two cats, Rupert and Isabella—to put a stop to the spree. Unfortunately, worrying about my uncle Oscar’s failing health and assisting with the interim mayor’s America’s Cup regatta doesn’t leave me with much opportunity to chase down clues.
Could the key to apprehending the killer be found in San Francisco’s sailing history? The first European vessel to pass through the Golden Gate contained a familiar cast of human—and feline—passengers as well as an elusive killer who used a similar murder weapon. Will the past catch up to the present in time to crack the case?
About the Author
REBECCA M. HALE lives in western Colorado with her feline writing associates—when she’s not off researching future books set in San Francisco, the Caribbean, or wherever else her wandering spirit takes her.
Praise for the Cats and Curios Mysteries:
“A PURR-fect treat for feline and mystery fans alike!”—Fresh Fiction
“Cat lovers will not be disappointed.”—Night Owl Reviews
“[This series] will delight mystery readers and elicit a purr from those who obey cats.”—Carolyn Hart, New York Times bestselling author
“Quirky characters, an enjoyable mystery with plenty of twists, and cats, too! A fun read.”—Linda O. Johnston, author of the Pet Rescue Mysteries