Mystery novelist Sabrina Tate and her cat, Hitchcock, set out to catch a conniving killer in the next Bad Luck Cat mystery from the author of The Black Cat Knocks on Wood and Black Cat Crossing...
The town of Lavender, Texas is buzzing with tourists, and local businesses are pulling out all the stops for the annual Pumpkin Days Festival. On the eve of opening day, Sabrina comes face-to-face with her doppelgänger, Tia Hartwell, a caricature artist at the festival. The similarities between the two women are striking, including their matching black cats.
Sabrina learns that her new twin Tia has an enemy: bad-tempered jewelry vendor Calvin Fisher. When Fisher is found slumped over dead in his pickup, Tia tops the suspect list. With the help of her feline sidekick, Sabrina must clear her new look-alike friend before she finds herself in a deadly case of double jeopardy.
About the Author
Kay Finch grew up on a Pennsylvania farm, but she got to Texas as fast as she could and discovered her favorite vacation spot, the Texas Hill Country. Kay is the author of the Bad Luck Cat Mysteries, including The Black Cat Knocks on Wood and Black Cat Crossing, as well as the Corie McKenna Mysteries and the Klutter Killer Mysteries. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and the State Bar of Texas Paralegal Division. Kay lives with her husband, a rescue cat, and two wild and crazy rescue dogs in a Houston suburb.
Praise for Black Cat Crossing
“Black Cat Crossing has everything a cozy mystery could want—intrigue, memorable characters, a small-town setting, and even a few mouth-watering recipes...A purr-fectly cozy read.”—Ellery Adams, New York Times bestselling author of Murder in the Secret Garden
"If Charlie and Diesel ever make it to Texas, they'll be heading straight to Lavender to meet Sabrina and Hitchcock to talk about solving mysteries. I loved every page of Black Cat Crossing, and I can't wait for a return visit to Lavender."—Miranda James, New York Times bestselling author of the Cat in the Stacks mysteries
“Black Cat Crossing is an entertaining introduction to Sabrina’s world, and I look forward to Hitchcock’s future exploits.”—Open Book Society
“Sabrina was a fabulous sleuth, especially with the help of Hitchcock, the bad luck cat. The characters will draw you in but the mystery will keep you flipping the pages.”—Deb’s Book Bag