Friday, March 2, 2012

Book Review: Angie

Okay, Panzer and I haven't done a book review for a while. We've been having a hard time finding a good cat mystery.

But ... Tada! We found one. We have another Harry Neal and Cat Mystery, Angie, by Bentley Dadmun. And ... unlike his previous appearance in  Emma , Cat plays a more visible role in this one. Which made Panzer a lot happier with the story. Now, don't get us wrong. Cat has nothing to do with solving the mystery. That might be due to the fact, Cat is recovering from the injuries in the first ebook. But ... we do have a cat!

Just like in the previous Harry Neal ebook, the story starts with determining who the victim is. This time from a small piece of bone found in the murder weapon. It did seem a little farfetched; but Panzer was willing to suspend his disbelief for Cat's sake.

Harry does solve the identity of the victim and catch the murderer; but in the process he loses his home and one of his few friends. This doesn't cause a major impact on his life, however. He seems to have an innate sense of right and wrong that says, "Damn the consequences as long as justice for the victim is served.

Panzer gives it four paws up.

We give it a G rating.

The ebook is available from Amazon for the Kindle.

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