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One of these outings leads him to a murder victim and his owner Charity is the prime suspect. This mystery has feuding shop owners, fighting staff, missing cash, shady business deals, and a budding romance. Great cozy mystery for cat lovers To do list after reading this mystery: 1. Jun 06, Bridgett rated it liked it. On the cozy mystery scale of 1 to Coco, I give this a 6. An enjoyable read to be sure but it lacked enough perspective from Quincy, the true main character.
I will definitely be checking out more in the fat cat series in the future! Aug 21, Bridgit Morgan rated it really liked it. It had been a long time since I had read a light, fluffy mystery novel, and this one was perfect! Jun 27, Missy rated it liked it. This is a story about Quincy, a portly ginger tabby, who stumbles across a dead body after he escapes his person's bakery to find food.
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It appears that Quincy really loves treats and has been ordered to endure diet cat food which he absolutely hates. What's a cat to do? Well, Quincy keeps getting loose in search of delicious food, that's what. Charity, the protagonist, is co-owner of Bar None, a bakery that seems to only sell a variety of 4 different dessert bars. She loves Quincy like no other, This is a story about Quincy, a portly ginger tabby, who stumbles across a dead body after he escapes his person's bakery to find food. She loves Quincy like no other, she even takes him to work with her - in a bakery.
I'm not entirely sure why she brings him to work since she lives in the apartment above the bakery or how this arrangement is not in violation with any health codes.
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Side note, considering how many times the health inspector has been to the Bar None and not discovered Quincy makes me think someone is not doing their job. But Quincy, none-the-less joins Charity and the other gals at work everyday, trapped in the office. To help bide his time, Anna, the other co-owner of Bar None, slips Quincy treats throughout the story which just packs on the pounds. So she goes right on inside and finds her beloved Quincy helping himself to the tenant's meatloaf. When Charity goes to get Quincy she discovers the body of her nemesis, the evil Gabe Naughtly.
Chaos ensues. Ok not really just a bunch of situations I couldn't fully believe in. Like how come she has such a weird relationship with the Anna? Anna supposedly raised her. Why does she keep bringing Quincy to work with her just to leave him in her office? Why are their so many murders in a small town and no one seems to notice?
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How can they have so much business in such a small town? Why does everyone who shops there seem to buy dozens and dozens of dessert bars? Why does everyone cry so much? Who the hell hyperfocuses on buttons? I didn't even know designer buttons were a thing! Anyway, would I read it again - no. Am I reading the next one - probably. Jan 22, Dawn rated it really liked it Shelves: books-i-own , , cooking-with-bingo.
Quincy is a charming butterscotch tabby who is loved dearly by his human, Charity Oliver, better known as Chase. Chase is a co-owner of the Bar None bakery in Minneapolis. Along with her partner, Anna, the shop sells delicious dessert bars in the Dinkytown neighborhood.
After a visit to the vet Chase puts Quincy on a diet which leads to his escape in search of food to fill his empty tummy. On one of his hunting expeditions Quincy comes across a dead body and Chase inadvertently becomes a suspect Quincy is a charming butterscotch tabby who is loved dearly by his human, Charity Oliver, better known as Chase.
On one of his hunting expeditions Quincy comes across a dead body and Chase inadvertently becomes a suspect in murder. Chase begins to worry if others are also in danger and continues to seek out the murderer. I loved this book! The characters are very well written.
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By page three I had it all sorted out. The setting is a neighborhood I am familiar with and I enjoyed that. The plot and subplots in this book kept the action moving and engaging.
I was sure the murder was one of three people. I was correct, but I still have a strange feeling about one of my other suspects. I recommend this book, and I will definitely be reading book 2. Oct 08, Chris Meads added it Shelves: adult , cozy-reads , murder-mystery. Quincy is a large cat--he has a penchant for getting out and sniffing out goodies, especially those of his owner, Chase, who owns a treatery called Bar None.
But when he gets out and follows his nose to a scene of a crime and a meatloaf, he gets Chase in more trouble than she can handle. She meets a cute vet who thinks that Quincy needs to go on a diet and the cute detective that is handling the murder. Is Chase the murderer? Will she find out who killed the persons more than one? Will Quincy Quincy is a large cat--he has a penchant for getting out and sniffing out goodies, especially those of his owner, Chase, who owns a treatery called Bar None.
Will Quincy stay put and lose weight? I picked this book up, being a lover of cozy mysteries and those with animals, especially cats, involved. This is a real page turner and keeps you guess the who-dun-it. I can't wait to see what Quincy and Chase will do next. Aug 01, Jeff Specht rated it it was ok.
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With a title and cover like that, how could I not take it out of the library? What a bizarre book. Main character finds a dead body.
Stop judging me. I read this book. I like cats, okay? My revision would be this: make the titular fat cat the detective. Jul 25, Fred rated it really liked it. The series starts with Chase taking her cat, Oliver, to the vets for a checkup. While there, Dr.