Cat Coming Home PDF/EPUB ´ Cat Coming eBook ☆

Cat Coming Home PDF/EPUB ´ Cat Coming eBook ☆

Cat Coming Home [PDF] ❤ Cat Coming Home By Shirley Rousseau Murphy – “That was no accident”Escaping Los Angeles and theugly memories of her son’s recentmurder Maudie Toola returns to her childhood home of Molena Point with her orphaned grandson facing the upcomin “That was no accident”Escaping Los Angeles and theugly memories of her son’s recentmurder Maudie Toola returns to her childhood home of Molena Point with her orphaned grandson facing the upcoming Christmas holiday with trepidation Cat Coming eBook ☆ But she is not aware that the small seaside village is being plagued by a series of brutal attacks on single women orthat the heartless fiend who shattered her world hasfollowed her hereFeline sleuth Joe Grey and his cat pals have a lot on their dish this holiday season and it overflows when an elderly wandering tomcat appears on the scene bearing an important message from a state prisoner for the chief of police But this lonely old cat also has a personal agenda—as does Maudie Toola who knows than she’s telling about her son’s killer.

10 thoughts on “Cat Coming Home

  1. ✨Susan✨ ✨Susan✨ says:

    A fun new series for me and what a better way to start than with a feel good Christmas read A small town is being terrorized by some strange events of vandalism that just don't add up The locals are perplexed until some anonymous calls start coming into the police department and they are able to start to get a handle on these acts of violence I don't think it is necessary to start this series at the beginning but it would help to get to know the personalities of these Katty cats better I already have another one of these mystical imaginative gumshoe adventures on my TBR list for next month Wonderful characters who are so easy to get to know and uickly care for Susan Boyce's narration does a good job bringing them to life and off the page

  2. Betty Betty says:

    A series of home invasions are occurring in Molena Point There no cluesas to who is doing it Two to four men break into a home where there is lone woman and beat her up and destroy the house Someone is trying to hurt the MPPD and Max Harper Joe and Dulcie are watching Ryan add a uilting room for a newcomer Maudie and Grandson Bennie who recovering from a drive by shooting near Los AngelesThe cat realize there is strangle Tom Cat around but Joe and Dulcie are not interested as long as he is not bothering them Kit see a performance cat in a distance and hopes it is mate She is disappointed when she finally see him He is old tells her he is returning to where was kitten Misto helps them gather the information to stop the home invasions All this plots are brought together skillfully for another outstanding story

  3. Sandie Herron Sandie Herron says:

    CAT COMING HOME is an excellent addition to the mystery series featuring feline Joe Grey and his pals in a small town nestled among the hills next to the sea Molena Point California is home to a uniue breed of cat one that is capable of reading and speaking the human language Please don’t jump to the conclusion that this must then be some implausible cutesy tale of talking cats; it is not The ability of Joe Grey his lady love Dulcie and their young friend Kit to speak is kept private and hidden from all but a few chosen humans The cats choose to anonymously help the local police department using their uniue skills and instinctsThe Joe Grey series focuses on a different individual or family in Molena Point in each book However the community is still very much involved with their own set of skills Each entry can stand alone yet the reader’s enjoyment is so much richer when the books are read in seuence Even though this is 16th in the series none of the charm has been lost with longevity rather it has been enhanced as we watch how the people and cats interact and grow Maudie Toola has just returned to Molena Point along with her orphaned grandson Benny They are trying to start life anew following the horrible shooting deaths of Benny’s father and new stepmother It is almost Christmas but Molena Point is having trouble of its own isolated individuals are being attacked in their homes The lone women are then roughed up and their homes ransacked with the perpetrators fleeing just as uickly as they arrived With nothing of substance stolen Chief of Police Max Harper and his men can’t seem to get a handle on how to catch these criminals or get a clue on where they might strike next They have determined that the attackers plan a diversionary break in which captures the police’s attention while the invaders go on to attack their chosen victim Trying to cover the entire town for both possibilities is stretching the small police force very thin Joe Grey and Dulcie are as frustrated as the police After all how can two cats survey the entire town at once? Kit is helping but is distracted by a large yellow tomcat who seems to know about these crimes Could he be another speaking cat? Where did he come from and why is he here? Ryan Flannery is building a studio onto Maudie’s home where she can make her award winning uilts Ryan isn’t the only one worried about Maudie being alone with all those new windows through which she is so visible Maudie has a secret one that only reveals itself at sly moments when she thinks no one is looking Maudie and Benny both admit that they did not see the killer in those brief flashes of gunfire yet if the killer thinks otherwise he could have followed them from Los Angeles putting them at great risk Maudie is unclear who she can trust Her sister and nephews live just up the street but they haven’t offered any assistance or support Maudie has become fond of young teenager Lori who helps Ryan in construction Yet Lori’s father is in prison for murder and one of Maudie’s nephews has just stabbed him in jail Perhaps Lori is in just as much danger as MaudieWho is behind the vicious newspaper attacks against police chief Max Harper and the entire department? Ownership of the paper recently switched hands and what used to be news coverage has become twisted and opinionated uasi editorials Most residents read the paper and some actually believe the drivel printed every day Max needs to calm everyone down and prove he is still capable of doing his job There is a particularly amusing scene when Ryan sneaks Joe Grey into town hallShirley Rousseau Murphy’s writing has taken a step forward with her agility in twisting many storylines together Plot lines that seem unrelated come together effortlessly Mrs Murphy has a way of weaving all the events together with strings of friendship I suppose one of Maudie’s award winning uilts could represent the various factions and plot lines patched together so seamlessly I am certain that CAT COMING HOME will be an award winning addition to this heart warming series It absolutely deserves to be on everyone’s “TBR” piles this fall Just in time to celebrate the holidays along with Molena Point once Joe and pals help Max and his crew put the violence to rest Highly recommended

  4. Gail Cooke Gail Cooke says:

    Shirley Rousseau Murphy has garnered legions of fans with her cat sleuth PI Joe Grey and the feline he fancies Dulcie she’s sure to win with the 16th in this award winning series CAT COMING HOME Murphy manages to fill her stories with sufficient amounts of mystery mayhem and murder to satisfy and still keep it within the bounds of believable feline activity So says this owner of two cats who rule not only the roost but our hearts too Now if there are naysayers claiming that talking cats are farfetched just read a Joe Grey mystery and you’ll find yourself chatting with them In the most horrific murder imaginable Maudie Toola’s son and daughter in law are suddenly shot to death while driving a lonely road on their way to the mountains near Lake Arrowhead Maudie and three children are in the backseat; she glimpsed the passenger in the big pickup for just a second and saw “the gleam of metal too and shoved the children to the floor crouching down over them as a fiery blast exploded and another” Blessedly their lives were saved Now eight months later still reeling from the trauma of that night Maudie is moving back to her childhood home Molena Point She brings her orphaned grandson Benny with her while knowing she must now raise him and make life as good for the child as she can A gray tomcat watches their arrival; something about Maudie has aroused his curiosity “Something out of keeping an attitude that didn’t seem to fit this gentle person” Little did Joe know that his interest in Maudie would soon involve murders a stabbing at the state prison and the fearsome home invasions that had suddenly begun in once peaceful Molena Point Could the vicious killer have tracked Maudie and Benny to this seaside village? Gail Cooke

  5. Anna Anna says:

    I have read four books by this author all very relaxing of what I would describe the 'cozy' genre In this book the plot is considerably complex The cats remain the primary characters which I always enjoy The best I have read yet

  6. Carrie Carrie says:

    Maybe I just don't like cats enough even cats that can talk? I wanted a light Christmas read but I had to drag myself through this Oh well Maybe I will find different feline detectives someday

  7. Abbey Abbey says:

    #16 Joe GreyDulcie Molena Point Northern California; fantastical cosyPI With a title like this and with such a cute Christmas y cover you'd expect the latest in Rousseau Murphy's long running series about the talking cats of Molena Point to be extremely sweet adorable in fact and possibly the stories reminiscent of the later cat who books simple sweet cute right?DON'T BE FOOLEDYes the time frame is just before Christmas and the setting is that impossibly beautiful nearly improbably nice small town in California Molena Point a peculiar place that's home to several cats with unusual talents But not only are the cats not sugary confections they're pretty much 'real cats' except for one special bit the town and its people are experiencing some pretty bad times This is a rather dark story with rapid pacing and rather frightening if you expected an extremely sweet cosy but her writing is so good it sweeps you alongA small boy lost his parents in an auto accident that appears to be tied to a murder plot He and his grandmother come to Molena Point to start a new life in this beautiful place but full review at Reviewing the Evidence

  8. Kirsti Kirsti says:

    I have never read a Joe Grey mystery before so oddly enough the 16th book in this series is my introduction to them What an introduction Mostly I've read cat mysteries where the cat gives hints that they know something is afoot but never before have I read of speaking cats It was such a uniue and cute concept I let my curiosity get to me and kept reading I've obviously missed many great plot lines and characters in the past but this one was very enthralling It's interesting to see how many of the town know what the three cats can do and now there is a fourth in town I'm going to have to see if I can find in this series although my library only has four of them so that may be difficult This one was truly excellent and if all of them are to this uality then I highly recommend them The best part of doing a Goodreads challenge is finding books you might otherwise have not read and this was the case when I was recommended one of these the second I believe and then remembered the name when I saw this book in the library Will read

  9. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I hadn't heard of this author or series before I read this book I grabbed it right before the library was closing without reading than the inside flaps thinking it might be a good uick read I really enjoy Lilian Jackson Braun's The Cat Who series when I am in the mood for something lighthearted and I thought this might be similarly enjoyable If I had known that the cats not only talk but can also read and dial cellphones and see clearly in color and enjoy eating spaghetti I never would have picked it up That was just too much There also seem to be some editorial misses in an early chapter where passages are repeated nearly verbatim too close together If you can get past the talking cats and the overly sentimental thoughts these cats express abound humanity the basic mystery plot was solid enough I just couldn't get past the cats

  10. Linda Linda says:

    Imagine a scenario where a few cats in the world can understand and speak human language and even use a telephone and you have the premise upon which this series rests Sounds absurd I know but this author has crafted the tale so well in such a compelling mystery with interesting characters that I found myself just going along with the idea This is number 16 in the series and was a free Kindle book but my appetite is definitely whetted to start with number 1 and catch up

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