The Black Cat Breaks a Mirror
by Kay Finch
Expected publication: July 21st 2020 by Beyond the Page Publishing
Mystery novelist Sabrina Tate and her cat Hitchcock are headed to a country music show, but there’s a killer on the loose who plans to end the evening with a deadly Texas two-step . . .
As the summer tourist season draws to a close in Lavender, Texas, Sabrina has invited her brother and nephews for the highly anticipated concert of Colt Jamison, whose hit song “Broken Mirror” is rising to the top of the Nashville charts. But their stay begins on a sour note when one of the boys stumbles upon the dead body of Jamison’s former public relations manager—a man who’d long ago burned his bridges in town, leaving no shortage of suspects in the murder.
As Sabrina is reluctantly drawn into the investigation, she’s confronted with a country singer who may be harboring more than a few dark secrets, an overzealous fan club president who may be up to her ears in criminal activities, and someone leaving shards of broken mirrors scattered all over town. Just as Sabrina narrows the list of suspects and closes in on the culprit, she realizes that seven years of bad luck may be the least of her worries . . .
This is the fifth book in the Bad Luck Cat mystery series by Kay Finch.
Sabrina is a published author living in Lavender, Texas working on her polishing her second novel when the public relations manager of a popular country singer is murdered. Sabrina had invited her brother Bruce and his two boys to come and see the singer. But there is a lot going on in Bruce’s life that he is keeping from his sister. She is pulled between family and uncovering the mystery in this classic whodunit by Finch.
This book really keeps you entertained and engaged all the way through. I loved the whole cat angle of this book but didn’t really see where the cat was “bad luck” per say.
Definitely a series I want to continue to follow. What a fun read!
If you want to read a good cozy mystery, definitely check this one out. You won’t be disappointed.
I received this as an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) in return for an honest review. I thank NetGalley, the publisher and the author for allowing me to read this title.