Monday, November 2, 2015

The Cat of Christmas Past by Kathi Daley

Continuing to celebrate Witch Week, this next book does indeed include witches, Tansy and Bella,
but the star of this tale is a cat named Ebeneezer.

 Author Kathi Daley
Print Length 244 pages
Publication Date November 1, 2015


It's Christmas on Madrona Island and Cait and friends have plans to embrace the magic of the season. The only dark spot on their celebration is the fact that a miserly old landlord is set on evicting an apartment building full of tenants just days before Christmas. Cait makes it her mission to save the old building and is aided by a cat named Ebenezer as they try to convince the old man to change his mind. Things look hopeless when she realizes that an unsolved mystery may be behind the man's gruff exterior. Cait vows to solve the mystery as a means of softening the man's heart and saving the apartments. An impossible task? Maybe. But Cait knows that miracles are real and anything can happen at Christmas. 


Amazon buy link  http://www.amazon.com/Christmas-Past-Whales-Tails-Mystery-ebook/dp/B014QH43GE

Goodreads Link    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26220721-the-cat-of-christmas-past

Kathi Daley's website and list of books and series
                             http://www.kathidaley.com/#!about1/c1sas


I was so excited about this sixth book of the Whales and Tails series that I preordered the book in order to have it as soon as it went live.
While there is only one spiritual cat, instead of the three ghosts of past, present and future, he plays his part well, when he isn't lounging by the fire.
Even if you have parts of the mystery figured out early, you will still be captured by the storyline and won't want to set this book down until all the puzzle pieces have come together.  Some clues come from unexpected sources.
You can read this as a stand alone but I suggest you also pick up the other books in this series and enjoy them as well.








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1 comment:

  1. This looks like a very cute series! Thanks for linking up in Witch Week.

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