Hairballs and Homicide (Kitty Beret Café Mysteries Book 1) by Ruth J. Hartman – Review by Ashley Dover

Hairballs and HomicideHairballs and Homicide by Ruth J. Hartman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I just love Templeton in the cozy mystery. Templeton is just a cat, but oh what a cat he is!

Ellie Warren opens Kitty Beret Cafe in hopes of providing a different type of cafe atmosphere dedicated to “kitty time” and rehoming her cats. Customers come in to enjoy their cup of coffee while also enjoying time with her cats. Ellie’s cafe business contains lots of regulars, but an unwelcome visitor saying horrible things about the cafe and the stranger’s death behind her cafe makes her life a little more unsettling.

Detective Simon Dare stands at Ellie’s side when her life gets more complicated as someone sabotages her brake lines. The detective becomes her shadow as Templeton keeps finding clues in the coffee shop. Can Detective Dare solve the crimes related to Ellie’s cafe before it’s too late?

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