The Big Cat Nap: The 20th Anniversary Mrs. Murphy Mystery (Google eBook)
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
“As feline collaborators go, you couldn’t ask for better than Sneaky Pie Brown.”—The New York Times Book Review
It’s mid-May and murder is once again in full bloom in Crozet, Virginia—or so it seems to Mary Minor “Harry” Haristeen. The trouble begins when Harry’s dear friend Miranda Hogendobber takes her on a leisurely drive that ends in a narrow drainage ditch. The chaos continues when the Very Reverend Herbert Jones’s Chevy pickup also abruptly goes kaput. But these vehicular mishaps are nothing compared to the much more distressing state of a mechanic discovered by Harry in a local repair shop: His head’s been bashed in. Despite numerous warnings from her much-loved coterie of friends, human and otherwise, Harry quickly surmises that the time has come to pop the hood and conduct her own investigation. Her animal companions see disaster fast approaching but can do little except try their best to protect their foolishly intrepid human. Harry’s race to the truth leads straight to powerful forces determined to avoid scrutiny at any cost—even if it means running Harry Haristeen off the road for good.
Includes a preview of Rita Mae Brown and Sneaky Pie Brown’s next Mrs. Murphy mystery, The Litter of the Law.
“Harry and her pals are on the case. . . . [Brown] fills the series with rich central Virginia color, and readers will greet the recurring characters with fondness.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch
“[A] delightful book.”—Huntington News
What people are saying - Write a review
Review: The Big Cat Nap (Mrs. Murphy #20)User Review - Thomas - Goodreads
It's the anniversary but I don't find Mrs Murphy in the book. Last chance for the series, I won't buy a book again. I don't care for Brown's political views. I stick to the first books, they are funny witty and nice to read. I don't like the series since "Sour Puss". Read full review
Review: The Big Cat Nap (Mrs. Murphy #20)User Review - Ingrid - Goodreads
Nice to see I'm not the only one that hated how Rita Mae Brown made the characters rant about assorted political things that obviously pissed off the author. This book was considerably toned down, but ... Read full review