Magical Mystery Paws
All aboard for the Summer of Fluff!
Meet Hettie Bagshot, a long-haired tabby cat whose whiskers twitch at the first sign of a mystery, and her best friend Tilly Jenkins. Together, they run the No. 2 Feline Detective Agency, and nothing will stop them from untangling each brain-teasing case that comes their way.
In scorching temperatures, Hettie Bagshot and her sidekick Tilly set out on a road trip to catch a killer cat amid a sea of entertainers. As Psycho Derek’s bus lurches from one venue to the next, the killer strikes again. The big question for The No. 2 Feline Detective Agency is who will be next?
Will it be Patty Sniff, the ageing punk star? Or Kitty O’Shea from the Irish dance troupe? Or perhaps Belisha Beacon’s days are numbered. As the fur flies and the animosity builds, Hettie and Tilly become embroiled in a world of music, mayhem and murder. As matters draw to a terrifying conclusion, will Magical Mystery Paws finally top the bill?
What people are saying about The No. 2 Feline Detective Agency:
‘True escapism into a world of pies, cakes and cats while somehow smuggling a truer reflection of the real world than much human detective fiction.’
‘A deceptively nasty murder wrapped up in a cardigan, and served by the fire with tea and cake. A delight from beginning to end.’
‘Hilarious and captivating.’
‘The cat world’s answer to the cosy crime novel, with bags of charm and characters you don’t want to leave behind.’
‘I love this series and am waiting with a warmed pastry, a hot mug of something, and a crackling fire for the next in the series.’
‘Original and intriguing… a world without people which cat lovers will enter and enjoy.’ P. D. James
‘Mandy Morton’s Feline Detective Agency instigates a new genre, both wonderful and surreal.’ Maddy Prior
‘The world that Morton has created is irresistible.’ Publishers Weekly
‘Witty and smart. Prepare to be besotted.’ M.K. Graff
‘Mandy Morton’s series is both charming and whimsical.’ Barry Forshaw
‘Hettie Bagshot might be a new face at the scene of a crime, but already she could teach most fictional detectives a thing or two.’ The Hunts Post