Jan 25, 2016

Book Feature: No Cats Allowed by Miranda James

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I am scheduled for a book review of this mystery, organized by the publisher. 
No Cats Allowed (Cat in the Stacks #7) by Miranda James, published February 23, 2016 by Berkley.

Librarian Charlie Harris and his Maine Coon cat Diesel must clear a friend when the evidence is stacked against her…

Setting: Mississippi library

Cause for murder: The victim, library director Elwyn Dillard, is declaring all four-legged creatures banned from the stacks, among other things.....Is this the reason he is killed? 

Innocent suspect to be cleared: Melba, Charlie's good friend

Opening sentences: 
"He's out there again today, Charlie," Molly Gilley made the announcement as she strode hurriedly into my office at the Athena College Library. "Do you think we should call the campus police?"
Diesel, my Maine Coon cat, jumped down from his perch on the window ledge behind my desk and ambled around to greet Melba. The two adored each other, and if anyone could calm Malba down, Diesel could. 
This is the seventh in the series, featuring librarian Charlie Harris and his Maine coon cat, Diesel. 

Are you a cat and mystery lover? This series is for you!

Thanks to publisher for a review/feature copy of this book. 


Unknown said...

Enjoy your new mystery!

Mary (Bookfan) said...

Cute cover. Enjoy!

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Loving cozy mysteries again lately. Especially the ones set in bookstores or libraries. Enjoy! Here are

Sara said...

I'm starting Black Dahlia, by James Ellroy today, and it's a mystery. It's a genre I don't read a lot of, so I'm excited to mix things up a bit!

Anonymous said...

I need really to look at mysteries set in libraries! my post: http://wordsandpeace.com/2016/01/24/sunday-post-18-1242016/

Anonymous said...

oh wow, Black Dahlia is not only mystery, but heavy crime fiction. I read a really amazing crime novel where the author used that story and other thrillers in such an ingenuous way in his own novel: http://wordsandpeace.com/2014/12/04/book-review-irene-i-love-france-124/

The Truth About Books said...

Love the cover. Enjoy your read.

Theresa (The Truth About Books)
My Mailbox Monday here

Savvy Verse & Wit said...

Happy reading

Reading with Jade said...

I hope you enjoy your cosy mystery!

Reading With Jade

Greg said...

No Cats Allowed looks like a lot of fun!

Suko said...

This does sound like fun (in spite of the cat ban). Enjoy, Harvee! I look forward to your review.

Elizabeth said...

Looks like a cute cozy!!

ENJOY your reading week.

Silver's Reviews
My Mailbox Monday

Stefanie said...

This looks like a fun, cozy mystery series. I'll check it out on GR. Thank you for stopping by my Monday post by my 11 year old.

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