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Download How to Paint a Cat Book ☆ The Cats and Curios Mystery Ï WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?San Francisco isn’t the biggest city in the country but it feels pretty vast when you’re canvassing its neighborhoods looking for clues to your missing uncle’s hidden location Aided by my two cats Rupert and IsabRdered intern at City HallJust when it seems our search has hit a wall we receive some surprising help from beyond But will it be enough to save us from our own brushes with death? Here’s hoping we don’t paint ourselves into a corn This story has a lot of complications which the author does an excellent job of keeping untangled for the readerSan Francisco is so well described it took me two days just to dry out from the mostly present fog drizzle and rain There has been a murder and the niece's Uncle Oscar is a suspect although he is supposedly dead The niece with the help of her cats a 40 year in office Former Mayor and a persistent ghost must track down Uncle Oscar and find the real killerIf you like solving puzzles cats who know a lot than their humans and a ghost who won't give up until his murderer is found you'll enjoy this book

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WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?San Francisco isn’t the biggest city in the country but it feels pretty vast when you’re canvassing its neighborhoods looking for clues to your missing uncle’s hidden location Aided by my two cats an Francisco isn’t the biggest city in the country but it feels pretty vast when you’re canvassing its neighborhoods looking for clues to your missing uncle’s hidden location Aided by my two cats Rupert and Isabella I try to follow Uncle Oscar’s painted clues on a trail that leads from Coit Tower’s famous murals through San Francisco’s New Deal art—all while hoping my uncle’s sudden disappearance is unrelated to the murdered intern at City HallJust when it seems our search has hit a wall we receive some surprising help from beyond But will it be enough to save us from our own brushes with death? Here’s hoping we don’t paint ourselves into a cornerDollycas’s ThoughtsThese stories are not your typical cozy mysteries they are true adventuresHow to Paint a Cat picks up right where How to Tail a Cat leaves off Uncle Oscar is still missing or dead depending on who you ask but he is one of the prime suspects in the murder of a young City Hall intern His niece assisted by her cats Rupert who will do anything for a bite of fried chicken and Isabella a very inuisitive feline are doing their best to find him or the real killer They are being led on uite a sightseeing tour by a clue and some beautiful murals They are kept on track by a very unusual sourceI must stress that this series needs to be read in order Each story builds to the next and without reading the previous one the reader would be totally lost The author uses San Francisco as not only the setting but its very interesting history plays a huge part in the plot of each book Using the multiple points of view of several characters including those fabulous felines readers are treated to not only an awesome mystery but the sites of the area Let me tell you the view from the kitties perch can be down right hilariousHale has a different way of telling a story that may take a little bit of getting used to but when you let go you will find yourself right in the niece’s shoes trekking all over San Francisco trying to follow each and every clue I did take a small break in my reading to check out some of the murals Gorgeous Then the trip I was on in the story became uite real and a lot of funI totally enjoyed this story I am so ready for HOW TO CATCH A CAT coming in 2015

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How to Paint a Cat The Cats and Curios Mystery #5 Rupert and Isabella I try to follow Uncle Oscar’s painted clues on a trail that leads from Coit Tower’s famous murals through San Francisco’s New Deal art all while hoping my uncle’s sudden disappearance is unrelated to the mu When I began this series I wasn't uite sure what to make of it It was different And not different in a bad way just unlike anything I'd ever read The humor was fantastic the multiple POV's were brilliant and the entire idea behind making the series one big mystery with an array of smaller ones made me keep coming back for each time another book was released The thing that I loved the most about this installment was the city of San Francisco itself It was it's own character in this clever story offering clues to the characters as they searched for answers It added an air of history to the plot I loved it I also loved the humor These books are always so funny thanks to the author's colorful cast of characters and their uniue personalitiesUnfortunately for readers who are new to this series it does have to be read in order Otherwise you'll find yourself beyond lost as the previous books are imperative to the plot So I have to recommend that you read the first four books of the series before embarking on this playfully fun journey in the series I promise you it's unlike anything you've ever read before and you'll absolutely love every minute of it I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review All conclusions are my own