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The New York Times bestselling author of Literally Murder returns to Pettistone's Fine Books, where the silence of Hamlet the cat speaks volumes about two mysterious deaths…

It's almost Fourth of July, and to boost customer traffic in their Brooklyn neighborhood, bookseller Darla Pettistone decides to throw a block party. All the local shop owners are thrilled--except the proprietor of Perky's Coffee Shop, who thinks Darla is trying to poach his customers by selling her own caffeinated brew in her new bookshop caf#65533;.

But when Hamlet comes upon the owner's not-so-perky wife, it's clear a killer has crashed the party. And when a second local business owner shuffles off this mortal coil--as Hamlet's namesake would say--Darla and her curious cat must perform some fancy footwork to shine a spotlight on a secret worth killing for…

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Jamaka_88
Jun 18, 2016

A light-hearted mystery...more about the characters to me than the mystery...one surprising character who neither advances or helps solve the mystery but a fun character nonetheless. Like the Cat Who series, it makes me wonder how Hamlet knows how to help out and how to read.

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Jun 18, 2016

"Believe me, the nice guys are the ones you have to watch out for. And I've got a filing cabinet drawer full of case files to prove it." Jake

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