Book Reviews of Who's Kitten Who? (Reigning Cats & Dogs Bk 6)

Who's Kitten Who? (Reigning Cats & Dogs Bk 6)
Who's Kitten Who - Reigning Cats & Dogs Bk 6
Author: Cynthia Baxter
ISBN-13: 9780553590340
ISBN-10: 0553590340
Publication Date: 9/25/2007
Pages: 336
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 46 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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When it comes to murder this sleuth isn't pussyfootin' around...

Veterinarian and amateur sleuth Jessica Popper takes center stage in the cast of an up-and-coming Long Island playwright's last productionâand the fur flies as Jess finds the theater world littered with clues to Simon Wainwright's murder. Was the killer the actress who's a real glamour-puss? Or her rival for Simon's affections, a disheveled costume designer who looks like something the cat dragged in? Or how about the fat-cat Broadway producers?

Jessie's no scaredy-cat when she's on the prowl, but she loses her cool when her future in-laws and their monstrous Maltese descend on the tiny cottage she shares with fiancé Nick Burby, Lou the one-eyed Dalmatian, rambunctious Westie Max, and the rest of her menagerie. Between coping with the âInvasion of the Burbariansâ and playing cat and mouse with a killer, Jess could use nine lives herself. But curiosity killed the catâwill that be Jessie's fate by the time the curtain falls
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As with all of Cynthia Baxter's previous installments in the Reigning Cats & Dogs series, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Excellent book for a rainy weekend! Looking forward to the next installments!
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This is a good series. Baxter always has a good mystery plot with lots of suspects and motives. I did figure out the identity of the killer and the motive, but there were plenty of red herrings to throw me off nonetheless. The only part I hated about this book was the subplot about her soon to be in-laws visiting- those parts were wasted pages!
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I got a late start in the "Reigning Cats & Dogs Mysteries". Now I'm reading them in order to catch up. They are great entertaining books that take me about a day each to read. I would recommend them to anyone who likes mysteries and light reading. The author seems to do her homeword and research well to make the stories believable and interesting.