Audiobook review of Murder Most Howl

September 13, 2016 Audiobook Reviews, Book Reviews 4

Audiobook review of Murder Most HowlMurder Most Howl by Krista Davis
Length: 9 hours
Published by Berkley on November 24th 2015
Pages: 282
Format: Audiobook
Source: Tantor Audio

Narrator: Jeanie Kanaley
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The New York Times bestselling author of The Ghost and Mrs. Mewer and The Diva Steals a Chocolate Kiss returns with a tail of a ruff winter…
This January, Wagtail, Virginia, the top pet-friendly destination in the country, is throwing a fun murder mystery weekend—but no one expected the real thing...

Holly Miller is delighted her grandmother has finally left the Sugar Maple Inn to take a well-deserved vacation. It means Holly’s in charge, but running the inn might be more challenging than she realized. Wagtail’s throwing a weekend-long murder mystery game to draw in tourists during the slow season, the inn has a full house, and a blizzard is on the way. 
Trouble is unleashed the night the game begins, when the storm blows in and the lights go out.  It gets worse the following morning when Holly’s Jack Russell terrier, Trixie, discovers a body—one that’s actually dead. Now Holly, her calico kitten Twinkletoes, and Trixie must play by the rules and find one dirty dog...
Delicious recipes for owners and pets included! 

Also by this author: Murder, She Barked, The Ghost and Mrs. Mewer, Mission Impawsible, Not a Creature Was Purring

AUDIOBOOK MURDERMYSTERY

What I thought of this book.

Murder Most Howl is the third book in the Paws and Claws Mystery series.

Holly is excited that her grandmother has finally gone on vacation and leaving her to run the Sugar Maple Inn, a place for humans as well as their pets. Wagtail is throwing a murder mystery weekend for tourist and Holly is helping. Many of the tourists will be staying at the inn with their dog or cat.

There are clues all around for the tourist to find but it seems someone is also leaving notes about some of the people in Wagtail, and then Norm ends up dead. When Holly starts to look into what has happened she finds out that Norm might have been the one sending the other notes around town in the same color envelope as the clues, but she also finds out some other not so good things about him. It seems there are a few people around that wouldn’t care if he was dead.

It gets more critical to find out whodunit after one of the tourists is injured and it looks like it could be the same person who killed Norm.

Holly has a lot of things going this time with running the place on her own without her Grandmother, but Birdie is still there to keep an eye on her and that she does…lol. She is not afraid to be outspoken on what she think about how Holly is running things. Holly is also hoping to get a bit of a romance going with Holmes but that didn’t seem to be in the cards for this one. The poor woman can’t catch a break. As always the side characters are a lot of fun, though Birdie always stands out as one to remember…lol.

I would recommend it for anyone who loves cozy mysteries and animal lovers.

The Narrator:

Jeanie Kanaley does a good job with this series and I am now used to hearing her voice when it comes to this series.

Audio rating: 4 stars

Reading Challenge:

Reading this book contributed to these challenges:

  • Audiobook Challenge 2016
  • Cloak and Dagger 2016
  • Craving the Cozies 2016
  • Cruzin' Thru the Cozies 2016
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