Pawsibly Murdered: A Wonder Cats Mystery Book 9

The Wonder Cats Mysteries Book 9 · Harper Lin Books
7 reviews

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Three witches and their magical cats solve paranormal murder cases in the mystical town of Wonder Falls. From 3x USA TODAY Bestselling Author Harper Lin.

Niles Freudenfur, the town’s fabulously wealthy—but fraudulent—psychic, is found dead in his own home. The police discover he has been killed—with strange stab wounds on his body and mud in his throat. Did Niles die from a spell gone wrong, or was he really killed by someone in town? Before the witches can find out, Aunt Astrid, Niles’s biggest competition in Wonder Falls, becomes the main murder suspect.

But the Greenstone women and their magical cats have bigger things to fear than Aunt Astrid being behind bars. Another murder befalls a local, in the same strange manner, and it’s only a matter of time before whoever—or whatever—the murderer is comes for them too.

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7 reviews
Christine Day
April 6, 2019
Love all the wonder cat mystery books
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Harper Lin is a 3x USA TODAY bestselling cozy mystery author. Visit

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