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CONSPIRACY OF CATS… a supernatural murder mystery.
An apprehensive Jos Ferguson travels from Edinburgh to northern Tanzania to visit the house her Uncle Peter built before he died.
But Peter isn’t as dead as he should be… he was murdered, and he wants his niece to help him exact revenge upon his killer. With a little Maasai magic and a conspiracy of cats, Jos sets out to do exactly that.
A beautiful house.
A horrible death.
A brilliant revenge.
Who knew death could be so lively?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
B C Harris is a Scot who, at the time of writing, had just finished renovating a farmhouse in France.
A labour of love that began from first sight back in 2016. No sooner had the final length of flooring been laid and the last paintbrush dried, than disaster struck in the form of pandemic. France went into a strict lockdown and, with time to do more than simply daydream about writing books, a new project began to take shape.
Writing began as an escape from the fear and isolation that was soon affecting us all, and quickly flourished to become ‘Conspiracy of Cats.’ The global pandemic seems to be receding now, but the passion for writing has taken root. Find out more about B C Harris online.
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Conspiracy of Cats is a captivating paranormal mystery set in Tanzania. When Jos travels to the “White House,” in Tanzania, which was built by her Uncle Peter, she discovers a mystery and a ghost who needs her help avenging his murder.
The characters are well constructed, and Jos in particular has a tragic history that makes you want to root for her. The mystery is intriguing, and there is an ingenious twist on the paranormal that I personally haven’t seen before. The “villain” is downright evil, and their malice splashes across the pages like drops of blood. The role that the animal world plays in this novel is intriguing. Fans of magical realism will find themselves mesmerized by this novel set admist the magic of Tanzania.
As a warning, there is some cruelty to animals perpetrated by an evil person in this book.
I received a free digital copy of this book via Zooloo’s Book Tours. My review is voluntary and my opinions are my own.
This cover is fantastic. The lioness is captivating and the use of light is perfect. This book cover will definitely “pop” and be noticeable to readers.