The fourth book in the Black Cat is an entertaining read as Sabrina Tate and her black cat, Hitchcock investigates the MURDER of the librarian, Jane Alcott. Sabrina learns there is no information on June and she had no relatives and was buying expensive gifts for her friends. She had anger all the construction personnel as June wanted things down her way. There is a stranger who appears to be watching June's house and There break-ins and the places trash. Matters become important when Tyanne's husband becomes a person of interest. Who is June Alcott? Will Sabrina and Hitchcock find an answer before another death?
I highly recommend this book and series.
Desert recipes are included.
Disclosure: Thanks to Kensington Books for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own own.
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Good review, Betty.