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Episodes

Episode 17: Revenge at its Felinest

Do you often wonder whether the anxieties of helpless women can be placated by fancy coffees? EPISODE 17 may have the answers you seek. Listen now for some true bullshit including dangerous mansplaining, co-parenting your cat, which shoes hookers might wear, never calling 911 when you should, the hillbillies of outer LA and the perils …

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Episode 13: Kitten-sized mini episode!

We’ve been busy (sadly with non-cozy cat related things), but we wanted to share a kitten-sized episode. Tune in for the tale of our first cozy failure, life updates and help us pick our next read! Give us a shout on Facebook or Twitter (@PurrderSheWrote) or purrdershewrote@gmail.com and let us know which of these books …

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Episode 12: Murder Past Due

  We’re back in cozy territory with Murder Past Due, a book about paternity scandals, inheritance fraud, and bringing your cat to a funeral. Despite a promising premise, Sunshine and Dana were underwhelmed by this college town cozy.

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The Cat Who Could Read Backwards

For Episode 8, we read Lilian Jackson Braun’s The Cat Who Could Read Backwards. While this book was delightful, it was held back by the fact that it was written in 1966 and was constrained by some gross backwards thinking about women. However, main character Jim Qwilleran, his magical mustache, and sassy Siamese sidekick Koko …

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What we’re reading: Fall 2017

Hi, Kittens! We’ve had some inquiries on what cozies are keeping us warm this fall. Here’s what we’re reading for future episodes of Purrder She Wrote! If you’ve got a cozy cat recommendation for us, we want to know! Tweet us or message us on Facebook. NEXT EPISODE Another story about a wealthy heiress and …

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A Hiss-tory of Magic

For our fourth episode, we read Harper Lin’s A Hiss-tory of Magic. It’s the first book in the Wonder Cats series. We loved the premise of undercover witches and their psychic cats, but the story was complicated with side characters, unresolved high school drama, and a cult that just randomly popped up out of nowhere. …

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