Thursday, August 28, 2008

Book Review: Cattery Row

TitleCattery Row (Theda Krakow Mysteries, No. 2)
AuthorClea Simon
Tagsmystery, series, rock music, cats

This is the second in Clea Simon's mystery series about Theda Krakow, a freelance writer whose interest in music (specifically the indie music scence in the Cambridgeport area near Boston) and cats is passionate. In this book Theda is without any regular source of income, and unsure of the relationship she has with homicide detective Bill. She is trying to deal with both when she finds the body of Rose Keller, who is both a friend and an interview subject.

Good book, good series.
PublicationPoisoned Pen Press (2007), Paperback, 240 pages
Publication date2007
ISBN159058466X / 9781590584668

1 comment:

Clea Simon said...

Thank you for reading, Mary! We writers write in a vacuum and the books go out there ... into the void. It's really heartening to hear from someone who likes them! Just ot let you know, too, I've now fiinished the fourth in the series ("Probable Claws") and it will be out in April. (You still have "Cries and Whiskers" to fill the intervening time.) I'll be posting an excerpt of the new book soon at my home site, .

again, thanks much.