by Sheila Webster Boneham
There is a lot to like about Catwalk by Sheila Webster Boneham: the love of the pet owners for their furry family members, the care of many in the community for the feral cat population, and the budding romance between Janet’s mother and an elderly gentleman, to name but a few.
I’m not sure who I like more, Janet or her wonderful animals. Janet is a very realistic character, easy to identify with. Boneham’s writing style is very smooth. The story just flows, keeping the reader engaged until the very end.
I found Catwalk to be an enjoyable read. I’m an animal lover and I LOVE that Janet, her boyfriend Tom, and her friends are all animal lovers as well.
~Read Your Writes
Watch out this book has lots of cute baby animals you might want to bring one home…The characters are interesting and keep your attention…
I noticed the series because I am a dog lover. I love the series because it is well written and the mystery is well thought out and plotted.
~Rantin’ Ravin’ and Reading
I really enjoyed Catwalk. This book held my interest to the end.
~Kaisy Daisy’s Corner
Animal Lovers? This book is for you. This charming whodunit will win your heart. Filled with cute adorable animals that will make you smile to a murder that will have you capturing the killers every shot. From the beginning you will be hooked. With strong vibrant characters this book is a sure hit!
~Shelley’s Book Case
I loved hearing about Jay, Leo and the other felines and dogs. I loved watching the relationship between Tom and Janet and to see where it is headed. Overall it was a great book.
Sheila has created a great new who-dunnit, and it is filled with animals! Who doesn’t love cats and dogs, and who doesn’t love a great mystery, so if that is your niche, then this is the book for you.
~Melina’s Book Blog
Animal photographer Janet MacPhail is training for her cat Leo’s first feline agility trial when she gets a frantic call about a “kidnapping.” When Janet and her Australian Shepherd Jay set out to track down the missing party, they quickly find themselves drawn into the volatile politics of feral cat colonies and endangered wetlands.
Janet is crazy busy trying to keep up with her mom’s nursing-home romance, her own relationship with Tom, and upcoming agility trials with Jay and Leo. But the discovery of a body on the canine competition course stops the participants dead in their tracks—and sets Janet on the trail of a killer.
“Janet MacPhail’s latest adventure will delight dog lovers, cat lovers, and mystery lovers. . . . Five stars for Catwalk!”—SUSAN CONANT, AUTHOR OF THE DOG LOVER’S MYSTERY SERIES
About This Author
Drop Dead on Recall, the first in the series, won the Dog Writers Association of America Maxwell Award for Best Fiction Book. She is also the author of 17 nonfiction books, six of which have won major awards from the Dog Writers Association of America and the Cat Writers Association. For the past two decades Boneham has been showing her Australian Shepherds and Labrador Retrievers in various canine sports. She has also bred top-winning Aussies, and founded rescue groups for Aussies and Labs. Boneham holds a doctorate in folklore from Indiana University and resides in Wilmington, N.C.
Website – www.sheilaboneham.com
Blogs – www.sheilaboneham.blogspot.com
October 1 – Back Porchervations – Review
October 2 – Booklady’s Booknotes – Review, Guest Post
October 3 – Read Your Writes Book Reviews – Review
October 4 – Kelly P’s Blog – Guest Post
October 5 – Chloe Gets A Clue – Interview
October 6 – readalot blog – Review
October 7 – rantin’ ravin’ and reading – Review, Guest Post
October 8 – A. Literary Mafia – Interview
October 9 – Kaisy Daisy’s Corner – Review
October 10 – Shelley’s Book Case – Review, Interview
October 11 – Brooke Blogs – Guest Post
October 12 – Cozy Up With Kathy – Interview
October 13 – Community Bookstop – Review
October 14 – Melina’s Book Blog – Review, Guest Post
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