Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Book Review: Fat Cat at large by Janet Cantrell

Title: Fat Cat At Large
Author: Janet Cantrell
Series:  Book 1 A Fat Cat Mystery
Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime
Format: Paperback
Source: Received for Review from Publisher
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Reviewed by: Tina

Quincy is one determined fat cat that hasn't met a meal that he did not like and he will stop at nothing to get the all yummy goodies that his owner, Chase Oliver sells at Bar None a shop that specializes in Dessert Bars, even if it means escaping from his owner's clutches.Chase takes Quincy to the vet only to find out that the handsome vet, Dr. Mike Ramos is putting him on a strict diet of low calorie cat food. Her business is in dire staits with her coworkers in full out brawls and to top it all off she has a confrontation with a business rival, Gabe Naughtly, that wants her business.

To top all that off, Quincy once again makes a great escape to a neighbor's kitchen, where he is eventually found by Chase chowing down on their meatloaf dinner and then to Chase's horror she discovers Gabe's dead body lying on the kitchen floor and becomes the main suspect. Her co workers/slash need to come together to come together to help Chase out because a life behind bars would not be as sweet.

You can't help but love this fun loving cat, Quincy with a heart of gold and a appetite  to match. This is a quirky and clever cozy mystery, that leaves your mouth watering if you have a sweet tooth. Characters that are coming right off the page. An irresistible first in a series with delicious sweet treats. With a little bit of romance in the mix. Quincy has a keen eye for finding food and dead bodies that you can't help but love. I can't wait to go on another great escape with Quincy with the next book in this winning series.


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  2. I'm glad Quincy got some meatloaf. Janet Cantrell is always on that cat about his weight.



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