Crazy Cat Lady Chronicles by Gin Jones

Crazy Cat Lady Chronicles by Gin Jones (1-2)
Requirements: epub/azw3/mobi reader, 300 KB
Overview:Gin is a retired lawyer who specialized in ghost-writing for other lawyers. She prefers to write her own books, though, since she doesn’t have to worry that her sense of humor might get her thrown into jail for contempt of court. In her spare time, Gin makes quilts, grows garlic, and advocates for patients with rare disorders
Genre: Mystery/Thriller

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1. One Cat For the Road – How many cats does it take to be called a crazy cat lady?
For nurse-practitioner Wyn Miller, living in a post-apocalyptic future when domestic animals are rare, the answer is one—an orange Maine Coon cat named Sal.
It’s not the quantity that matters; it’s that she would kill to protect him.
So when the man who’d tried to steal Sal is found dead, Wyn is the prime suspect. Can she sort out the other possibilities, all of whom have a motive for murder, and identify the killer before the police can arrest her and impound Sal?

2. Two Cats Are Better Than One – Wyn Miller is edging closer to fully deserving the label of crazy cat lady. In addition to her original cat, Sal, she’s added two more adults and their kittens. Not to hoard them, but to train them to provide animal therapy as an adjunct to her private nursing.
Her latest patient, Peter, is in bad shape, having given up on life. The cats perk him up a little, but then one of his neighbors is murdered, and everyone thinks the victim’s girlfriend did it. Not Peter though, and he begs Wyn for help clearing her name.
Investigating a murder might not be standard medical treatment, but if it will keep her patient fighting to live, she’ll do it. With Sal’s help, of course.

1. One Cat For the Road  

2. Two Cats Are Better Than One  

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