In this mini episode, we make our colleagues fill out some Cat Libs. Turns out we have some cozy mystery writers in our midst!
For our 14th episode, we read Sofie Kelly’s Curiosity Thrilled the Cat. This book had a fun cast of characters, a compelling mystery, magical cats and the strong female murderer we’ve so desperately been searching for. It gets four paws up from your podcast hosts. Listen to our Curiosity Thrilled the Cat episode here.
In this episode, Dana and Sunshine finally find the strong female murderer they’ve been looking for. We talk girl gangs, magic cats, weaponized cinnamon rolls and unfortunate references to Matt Lauer in this wild read.
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.
Disclaimer: we’re not astrophysicists, but we’re pretty sure The Cat From Outer Space defies ALL scientific logic. This is our first episode devoted to a cat film, and based on the quality of the film we watched, it may be our last. Listen in for psychic space cats, fraud, and good old fashioned workplace sexism!
Episode 7 tackles the monstrous, garbage-fire “protagonist” of The Cats That Surfed the Web. Tune in for savage burns, millennials who still use answering machines and the unmysterious mystery of who killed Gary in the basement.
In a special mini-episode, we delve into the obscure (and unfortunately titled) Victorian cat dictionary, Pussy and Her Language.
Episode 4 is full of psychic cats, magical mansplainers, and juicy high school drama. Join Dana and Sunshine as they read Harper Lin’s 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. …
The second cozy cat mystery we read was Purrfect Murder. It’s the first book in the Mysteries of Max series by writing team Nic Saint. This book was delightful–the heroine, Odelia Poole, is a reporter who can talk to her pudgy orange tabby cat, Max. The book is mostly narrated by Max and his fellow …