Well, I chose a book to start, hooray!
This is a book about a librarian who moved from Boston to Minn. to be the head librarian during a renovation of a Carnegie library. The descriptions of things and people are clean, and I can visualize them clearly from them.
She has a good friend already, a couple of older ladies that she takes Tai Chi class with, etc.
The twist is that she has 2 cats that she got as kittens when she'd first moved there. They were feral on a property, but came to her. They don't let other people touch them. One's a gray tabby, and one's a tuxedo cat.
One day, when the library is first open to the public again, our main character comes in to find a man arguing with one of the library employees over the fact that the library computers weren't yet hooked up. When she stood up for the employee, one of her cats, who apparently got into her bag and ended up at the library with her...jumped on his head.
The next morning, she went to the theatre, where a guy who works on the renovation should be working, to see about hooking up a computer. But, what she found was the man from the library...dead. He was a famous maestro in charge of a summer event.
Meanwhile, her cats seem to appear where they hadn't been. Cats aren't magical, are they?
And now, they are bringing things to her that may have to do with the murder. A bead, some fringe, and even a piece of paper. It was as if they were nudging her toward helping to solve the case. Which is a good idea, since she's one of the suspects.
But really, cats can't do things like that. Right?
I don't remember getting this book, but I did grab a few books a while back, just because they seemed cute, and were free at the time.
How was your reading week?
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