From the publisher: Beatrice Young almost died and no one's seen her since. So when a 500-pound Siberian tiger is stolen from a roadside attraction near the small town of Ashbrook, New Hampshire, it's up to her trusty friends Matthew and the sheriff to solve the case.
The plot thickens as the men discover the controversy surrounding Omar the tiger—the animal rights activists who want to free him, the owner who wants to keep him, and maybe even the exotic animal traders who want to sell him.
It's a dangerous case and Matthew and the sheriff quickly become the prey, not the hunters. Beatrice and her three crime-solving cats better make it back in time, before it all goes horribly wrong...
Ever since a brush with death in the previous book in the series, The Paw-sitively Cheerful Poisoner, Beatrice has been AWOL and the men in her life are getting antsy. Then Sheriff Jacob Roy and Beatrice's ex Matthew (a park ranger) receive a call about a tiger stolen from a roadside attraction. When Beatrice is finally convinced to come back home and race reality she receives a frantic call from the sheriff asking her to pick up a tranquilizer gun on the way. Jacob and Matthew have found themselves in a pretty hairy situation and it's up to Beatrice and her beloved felines to save the day.
The Beatrice Young novellas are all so much fun, and this one is no exception. I'm already on the edge of my seat for the next one when Beatrice, Matthew and the kitties plan to take on England! I wonder if I could hitch a ride...
And if you haven't been with Beatrice from the very beginning, author Alannah Rogers is offering our readers a pawsome giveaway! One lucky winner (open worldwide!) will receive an e-book box set of the first 5 books in the series!
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I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.