Dying to Read ~ Review

Dying to Read, Lorena McCourtney, 978-0-8007-2158-9Dying to Read
The Cate Kinkaid Files #1
by Lorena McCourtney

What starts out to be a simple assignment turns into a series of misadventures Cate never anticipated.  Cate takes a temporary job with her Uncle Joe as an assistant private investigator until she finds a permanent job.

Cate's first assignment is to determine if a young woman lives at a certain address. But instead of Willow Bishop, Cate finds the Whodunit Book Club and a dead homeowner!

Though she is not suppose to investigate the murder, Cate's PI gene has been activated and she just can't help herself.  What follows is a series of impossibly funny situations that Cate finds herself in as she continues her search for Willow and the "killer".

With Uncle Joe in the hospital Cate relies on her instincts, a deaf cat named Octavia, and a "knight in shining armor" named Mitch Berenski to help her solve the case.  But when her investigation turns dangerous Cate has to rely on God.  Can she trust Him with every aspect in her life or will she make a decision for all the wrong reasons?

If you are looking for a clean entertaining mystery look no further than Dying to Read, the first book in a new series.  I passed an enjoyable week-end laughing at some of Cate's exploits!   

In compliance with FTC Blogger Disclosure Rules, I received a copy of this title for the purpose of this review from the publisher.  All opinions expressed are my own and no expectations were required for this review.

“Available August 2012 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”

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