A cantankerous former mayor
A dead man with a secret.
A midlife magic gift with a murder mystery that keeps you guessing.
When forty-nine year old Eleanor Rockwell was laid off from her soul-crushing corporate job, she moved a few miles north of Austin with her daughter, Evie, and opened Silver Circle Cat Rescue in the small town of Tablerock, Texas.
Five years later, SCCR is Wildebridge County's largest shelter for lost kitties, so it's no surprise when Deputy Markham brings Belladonna—former mayor Fiona Blackwell's cat—to the shelter after she's arrested for murdering her husband, Beau. But why, Eleanor wonders, did the Deputy bring a silver drink tray with the sullen cat—and why is Belladonna talking when she walks on it?
Something strange is going on in Tablerock, and Eleanor is determined to get to the bottom of it. Can she unravel the mystery before it's too late, or will she fall victim to the town's sinister spell?
A beekeeper with a sting.
A cat with a secret.
A cat rescue in the middle of it all.
In the small town of Tablerock, Texas, life is as sweet as honey. Fifty-year-old Ellie Rockwell’s Silver Circle Cat Rescue is settling in to the shelter’s inherited mansion on the edge of town, and only a few people know about the magical platter that came with it—the one that allows cats to speak to humans.
But life takes a sour turn when local beekeeper and honey entrepreneur Ben Tyson is found dead, leaving his beloved cat, Honey, as the only witness to the crime.
As Ellie and Evie work to help Honey piece together what happened to her former owner, the investigation puts the rescued cats (and the cat rescuers) in a heap of sticky trouble. Not everyone in town was as sweet on Ben as they appeared, and they definitely didn’t want anyone buzzing about it.
Can Ellie, Evie and their furry friends solve the crime before the killer strikes again? Find out in “Honey, Hairballs, and Murder”, the second book in a purr-fectly paranormal midlife cozy mystery series.
It’s Christmas in Tablerock, Texas! The cat-rescuing mother-daughter duo of Ellie and Evie Rockwell just want to find some cats their forever homes for the holidays. Instead, they find themselves solving a real-life Christmas mystery straight out of a storybook.
When the town’s beloved librarian, Alice Grey, is found bludgeoned to death by a fruitcake at the start of the Christmas season, it shatters the community’s tranquility. What’s more, it leaves the librarian’s lone cat, Ginger, alone and bewildered at the Silver Circle Cat Rescue for the holidays. But once the marmalade-colored cat pleads for their help solving its owner’s strange Christmas murder, they are quickly tangled up in a mystery as twisted as any fairy tale.
As they navigate a plot as twisted as any Dickens’ story Alice Grey eagerly quoted, mother-daughter cat rescuers Ellie and Evie Rockwell discover the demure librarian had managed to accumulate an enemies list as towering as the shelves of books she so lovingly maintained.
Will Ellie and Evie solve the murder before the final page is turned?
In the quaint town of Tablerock, Texas, the snow is falling and so are the residents. Eccentric busybody Prunella Snodgrass—known for her obsession with shamans and the supernatural—is found dead. The cause? A seemingly harmless snowball, harboring a lethal rock, to the head.
When Mrs. Snodgrass’s lone cat, Fluff, is brought to the Silver Circle Cat Rescue by Prunella’s grumpy widower, Ellie and Evie Rockwell have more than just a new kitty to care for. Fluff comes with a chilling tale of secrets and suspicions, spinning Ellie and Evie into their most perplexing mystery yet—and the suspects are as numerous as the snowflakes.
As the Texas snowfall blankets Tablerock in a winter wonderland, the mother-daughter duo must work fast to thaw the mystery surrounding Mrs. Snodgrass’s death. Can they uncover the cold-hearted killer before they strike again? Or will the truth remain as elusive as a snowflake in a blizzard?
Find out in “Snowballs, Fluff, and Murder,” the fifth book in the Silver Circle Cat Rescue Mysteries series.