I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Miranda James
Released: October 23, 2018
Series: Cat in the Stacks #10
Published by Berkley
“James delivers a delightful read that I’m sure cat and Christmas lovers would enjoy!”
~ Under the Covers
So, to be honest, I’ve had this author and this book on my shelf for a very long time but since I was finally into the Christmas spirit, I decided to read it. Miranda James is a popular name in the Cozy Mystery genre and so I was looking forward to try my very first book by him.
What I found the most interesting for me was the fact that the main protagonist is a male. In all of the Cozy Mysteries I’ve read so far, this is the first one I’ve come by. I’m sure that there are others, but I do think this makes the series that much more special. I enjoyed Charlie’s character, but also found that I couldn’t connect with him as well as other female amateur sleuths I’ve read before. So while it is interesting, I’m still not sure if he’s a favorite. I guess I will have to read more of the series to see if I end up warming up to him more. Nevertheless, I do think Charlie was an interesting character and I look forward to reading more of this author.
Another thing that great about this series is the focus on cats and the holiday aspect. These days, I’ve been thinking of getting a cat and so, it just happened to fit my interests well. And as always, I adore holiday reads, especially ones in a Cozy Mystery book. James delivers a delightful read that I’m sure cat and Christmas lovers would enjoy!
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