This talking cat has a murder to solve... But will his new human agree to play Watson to his Sherlock?
I was just your normal twenty-something with seven associate degrees and no idea what I wanted to do with my life. That is, until I died… Well, almost.
As if a near-death experience at the hands of an old coffeemaker wasn't embarrassing enough, I woke up to find I could talk to animals. Or rather one animal in particular.
His full name is Octavius Maxwell Ricardo Edmund Frederick Fulton, but since that's way too long for anyone to remember, I've taken to calling him Octo-Cat. He talks so fast he can be difficult to understand, but seems to be telling me that his late owner didn't die of natural causes like everyone believes.
Well, now it looks like I no longer have a choice, apparently my life calling is to serve as Blueberry Bay's first ever pet whisperer P.I while maintaining my façade as a paralegal at the offices of Fulton, Thompson & Associates.
I just have one question: How did Dr. Doolittle make this gig look so easy?
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A touch of Dr Doolittle
I found this to be a delightfully quirky story with a fun element to it. Molly Fitz will appeal to anyone who wants a sweet detective style story with a Dr Doolittle twist.
This is an amusing story. Angie's life is just fine until the near death experience that allows her to understand and talk to animals. Octo-cat is a typical feline who thinks humans are lesser creatures and together these two manage to find a murderer. There is lots of humour, interesting characters and a few unexpected twists in this story. The ending was unexpected.