Cabin FURvor by Patricia Fry

Curl up in a chair and let’s read about a Rags’ adventure. The foursome heads for Craig’s remote cabin to celebrate Iris’ birthday. Rags and Dolly accompanied them. What can go wrong? Just about everything, a late start, car trouble meeting a stranger on the way, no electricity till the generator is started. On arrival, the cats keep disappearing through locked doors. There strange bumps in the night, a room with window bars and locks on the door. The next morning the mall turns out to be a cabin and the cafe next to it. Dead bodies keep appearing out on nowhere. A fantastic tale about a serial killer connected to their cabin. Rags is usual shelf finding clues to solved what is happening. Warning there is unusual violence but is it off from the pages. I am ready to read Rags next adventure.

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One Response to CABIN FURVVOR By Patrica Fry

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I never heard of this series.

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