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The Cat, the Lady and the Liar (Cats in Trouble Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2011

    Cat lover, Mystery lover, you'll enjoy this.

    If you enjoyed Sophie Kelly¿s Magical Cats Mystery Series, you¿ll also enjoy Leanne Sweeney¿s Cats in Trouble Series. There are currently three books. the Heroine is an early forties recently widowed cat lover. Having rescued her ¿babies¿ from Hurricane Katrina shelters. She is kind-hearted and of course a natural sleuth. Ms Sweeney¿s detail into the cats personalities as well as her knowledge of specific breeds only adds in drawing you in to the story. Can¿t wait for number four.

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  • Posted January 16, 2015

    First rate

    Great characters, written by an intelligent, wonderful author. I say,keep 'em coming!

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  • Posted July 11, 2014

    Cute cats

    This is just as good as the rest of the series. Good plot. Funny cats.

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  • Posted July 22, 2013

    I love this series. This is the third in the series featuring Ji

    I love this series. This is the third in the series featuring Jillian Hart and her 3 cats. A lost cat joins them and fun and murder is had. Jillian jumps in to help a cat in trouble.

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  • Posted August 31, 2011

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    Another hit for "The Cats in Trouble" mystery series

    The Cat, the Lady, and the Liar By Leann Sweeney Copyright April 2011 Publisher Obsidian Mystery When cat quilter Jillian tracks down the owner of a gorgeous stray cat, the trail leads her to none other then fabulously wealthy, undeniably quirky Ritaestelle Longworth. The gossips in town are questioning Ritaestelle's sanity, and the high-society grande dame isn't helping matters with her wild accusations that someone is drugging her to keep her away from her beloved cat. Before Jillian can get to the bottom of Ritaestelle's charges, a body turns up in the lake behind her house, and her cat Chablis discovers Ritaestelle standing nearby. Can Jillian's three wise cats aid her in solving a mystery with roots that are decades old? Jillian knows from experience that to find the purr-petrator, she'll have to prick up her ears and follow the paw prints straight to a killer.. Jillian is a bit of a soft touch when it comes to animals, especially cats. So when her friend Shawn asks for her help with a lovely long haired black cat names Isis she tells him she would take her in till Shawn can arrange her return to her owner. Isis was saved from near certain death when she was found along a busy highway. Unfortunately Isis does not get along with the other cats in the shelter Shawn runs (which is why she ended up with Jillian). Jillian is going to find herself dragged into all the dirt and hidden feelings of Ritaestelle Longworth's family. She is will become deeply involved and have to deal with a murder and keep Ritaestelle out of trouble, proving to the town that she is not crazy or involved in the murders. As the third book in Leann Sweeney's "Cats in Trouble" series continues to thrill and entertain me. I find that her main character Jillian is becoming more 3-D with each outing. I can just picture her in my mind as I enjoy the book. FTC Full Disclosure: I received this book as a gift from a friend and decided to share my thoughts on it.

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