A Bookmobile Cat Mystery
On Sale: March 3, 2015
Featuring: Minnie Hamilton; Eddie
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Librarian Minnie Hamilton spreads the joy of reading
throughout Chilson, Michigan, with her bookmobile, but she
doesnâ€™t ride alone. Her rescue cat, Eddie, and a group of
volunteers are always on board to deliver cheerâ€”until one of
her helpers gets checked out for good...
When Minnie loses a grant that was supposed to keep the
bookmobile running, sheâ€™s worried her pet project could come
to its final page. But sheâ€™s determined to keep her
patronsâ€”and Eddieâ€™s fansâ€”happy and well read. She just needs
her boss, Stephen to see things her way, and make sure he
doesnâ€™t see Eddie. The library director doesnâ€™t exactly know
about the bookmobileâ€™s furry co-pilot.
But when a volunteer dies on the bookmobileâ€™s route, Minnie
finds her traveling library in an even more precarious
position. Although the death was originally ruled a hunting
accident, a growing stack of clues is pointing towards
murder. Itâ€™s up to Minnie and Eddie to find the killer, and
fastâ€”before the best chapter of her life comes to a messy closeâ€¦
2 comments posted.
Re: Borrowed Crime
I have gone through your article. It was quite
interesting. You have taken good decision that shining up
on to own dream is much better than going to a job. And
you have succeeded your way. I wish that you have to
publish more and more books like this to achieve your
winning point. Thanks for sharing your wonderful article.
And also your cat names are much pretty and enjoy your
life with those beautiful cats.kliky balls
(Mary Buggs 3:01am March 3, 2015)
I enjoyed reading your article, and it's always a good
feeling when you find another Michigander who made it big as
an Author!! There are a few that have come from our great
State, and it shows that not only are we smart, but we have
a lot of imagination, to be able to write the way we do
(present company excluded - me). I still don't have the
guts, nor the stomach to put pen to paper, although I'm
wearing down. There are a few things I need to clear off of
my plate first, before I can attempt it. Congratulations on
your latest book. The cover was wonderfully done, and I
know I'm going to love the story, since I love where you
chose for your setting.
(Peggy Roberson 10:54am March 3, 2015)
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