First person cat – book review

First Person Cat bookFirst person cat by Jacque Heebner is about a tortie Persian named Tiffany who helps detectives solve the mystery of her mom’s murder. The story takes place in Beverly Hills, where Tiffany lives the indulged life that every cat hopes for. We know from the beginning who killed Tiffany’s mom, and we even know how it happened. But the detectives on the case need help catching the killer and Tiffany provides important clues. We get to see the world from Tiffany’s perspective as she displays her intelligence, devotion, and enchanting personality. First person cat gets 3 paws up (not 4) becuase there isn’t much mystery or suspense, but it’s a fun book to read with a charming kitty who has a fantastic personality.

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