03 September, 2021

Cats and Curios Mysteries

There is a terrific six-book series that cat-lovers will enjoy!

Taking place in modern-day San Francisco, a deceased uncle and a surprising inheritance propel a woman and her two very curious cats into the mystery surrounding his death.

An investigation that starts amid the curios and novelties of a San Francisco antiques shop follows a twisted trail of dangerous deception that leads all the way back to the days of the Gold Rush itself.



How to Wash a Cat, 2008
Nine Lives Last Forever, 2010
How to Moon a Cat, 2011
How to Tail a Cat, 2012
How to Paint a Cat, 2014
How to Catch a Cat, 2015


Rupert and Isabella are littermates, and they get caught up with their human to solve the mystery!

An amusing set of characters, with the history of San Francisco and California interwoven with restaurants, City Hall, BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), the Atlantic Ocean, and so many twists and turns.

I recommend this series; it's wonderfully written with inventive plots with whimsical (and deadly) happenings, with a good dash of frogs, Mark Twain, America's Cup races, and alligator too!

Disclaimer: I purchased the books featured today for my own use and amusement. I only post about items that I think you all may enjoy, and receive no financial gain for myself.  

12 comments:

Brian's Home Blog said...

Those sound good but a deceased man in San Fran this days is pretty normal!

The Island Cats said...

I'll definitely check these out!

Sandee said...

I love books that go from one book to the next and you end up loving the characters.

Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

pilch92 said...

This series is new to me. It looks good.

Katie Isabella said...

I would LOVE this!

The Whiskeratti said...

That sounds interesting. And I love that title, How to Moon a Cat. They usually do it to us.

kathy b said...

Sounds Fun.

Ruby Rose and the Big Little Angels 3 said...

Thank you for letting us know.

Loulou said...

Wonderful suggestions. We're off to Amazon...

Timmy Tomcat said...

We actually have one or two of the series and have them up in the queue Thanks

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

That sounds like a very good series.

Rene said...

We have read all of these books and wish there were more in the series. The writing is clever and well done.