Cars, Cats, and Crooks by R H Carter: book review

When you get downsized, you can choose to get another job, or follow a dream. Peyton Kimble decides to do what he’s always wanted to do, become a private detective – he’s good at figuring things out after all.  R H Carter, Cars, Cats, and crooks, mystery, book review

Joined by his nephew, Jackson Chadwick they start out with the case of the missing cat and prove that they are both good at detective work.

Unfortunately, it’s hard to make a living finding lost pets.

I recommend this to anyone who likes a cozy mystery, and a couple of kind and funny detectives.

 

RATING:   R H Carter, Cars, Cats, and crooks, mystery, book review

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