Review; Claws of Action by Linda Reilly

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery Claws of Action by Linda Reilly through Netgalley. I read the book shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Netgalley
Purr-suing a killer …

The only thing that could make the High Cliff Shelter for Cats even cozier is a reading room where kids can snuggle up with a furry feline and a book. But as Lara and Aunt Fran prepare for the reading nook’s official opening, the health inspector in their New Hampshire town, Evonda Fray, decrees that the shelter qualifies as a “cat café,” thanks to the free snacks it serves to visitors—and that it must be shut down.

When Evonda’s body is found in her car clutching a copy of the cease-and-desist order, suspicion naturally falls on Lara and Aunt Fran. But there’s a whole litter of potential culprits, including a tenant in one of Evonda’s buildings who’d been ordered to give up his rescue cat, a disgruntled daughter-in-law, and more. Now Lara—with some help from her aunt and her spirit cat, Blue—has to pin the tail on the right suspect …

My Thoughts on the Book
Claws of Action was one of those fun and fast-paced cosy mysteries that kept me guessing till the very end. Something else that I really liked about this book was the cat shelter and the reading room where kids could read to the cats.

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