Sisters Bernie and Libby Simmons run a catering business in their upstate New York town, and they’re ready and willing to handle any wedding—even one where the bride and groom have tails . . .
Susie Katz is known as the crazy cat lady of Longely, New York, and goes out of her way to earn the title, right down to her cat T-shirts and porcelain Hello Kitties. She’s a fanatic for anything feline. Humans, not so much.
So when she decides to put up a tent on her property and hold an extravagant wedding ceremony for her two Russian blues, she makes sure to include a few two-legged guests—primarily to raise some hackles. All her favorite enemies will be there: her bird-loving neighbor, a rival cat breeder, a local animal rights activist, and the niece and nephew who stand to inherit her considerable fortune . . . if she doesn’t spend it all on cat tchotchkes first. Susie can’t wait for them all to watch as Boris and Natasha slink up the aisle in their very expensive diamond-studded collars, before everyone starts digging in to the poached salmon and caviar provided for the occasion by Bernie and Libby.
But chaos erupts when a wedding gift is unwrapped and a mischief of mice jump out of the box—followed by the disappearance of all the pampered partygoers. Just a few hours later, Susie is stabbed in the back while searching for her missing kitties near the now-empty tent—and it’s up to the Simmons sisters to sniff out the killer . . .
Includes Original Recipes for You to Try!
Delicious Praise For Isis Crawford And Her Mouth-Watering Mysteries!
A Catered Costume Party
“Charming . . . Recurring characters, especially the sisters’ widowed father, add depth and humor.”
A Catered Fourth Of July
“Framed with scenes of food preparation and sales, and supported by the richly portrayed relationship between the sisters and their widowed father, this satisfying cozy will appeal to fans of Joanne Fluke’s Hannah Swensen mysteries.”
A Catered St. Patrick’s Day
“Cozy fans will appreciate the zany characters, witty dialogue and puzzling plot.”
A Catered Christmas
“Comical minor arguments, bitchy asides, cookie dependencies, and useful recipes keep this moving.”
A Catered Murder
“Fans who love culinary mysteries are going to gain pounds after reading this delicious who-done-it.”
—I Love a Mystery