Mew Release Spotlight: A Hiss Before Dying by Rita Mae Brown

Sneaky here with the first book in my Mew Release Spotlight. Today’s feature is Rita Mae Brown’s new mystery, A Hiss Before Dying. If you readers recall, I had a great interview with Sneaky Pie Brown, the cat co-author, who also filled me in on Mrs. Murphy’s role in that wonderful series. If you missed it, here is the interview:

Now for the de-tales about Rita and Sneaky Pie’s new book:

This May, Rita Mae Brown and her feline co-author Sneaky Pie Brown return in their twenty-sixth mystery adventure featuring Mary Minor “Harry” Haristeen, her crime-solving cat Mrs. Murphy, and their animal friends. The gang once again takes on a series of whodunits rooted in the small town of Crozet, Virginia in A HISS BEFORE DYING (Bantam Hardcover; On Sale May 30, 2017). This contemporary mystery explores the issue of wild animal poaching through the lens of a historical narrative—America’s post-revolutionary past.

There’s nothing like a well-told tale, and no one does it better than world-renowned Rubyfruit Jungle author Rita Mae Brown. With more than 7.5 million copies of her books in print, New York Times bestselling author Brown has established herself as a household name. It’s her charm, humor, and knack for crafting a killer thriller that keeps her fans engaged and entertained time after time.

RITA MAE BROWN and SNEAKY PIE BROWN, a tiger cat rescued from the local SPCA, have collaborated on twenty-sixth Mrs. Murphy mysteries, and they are involved in many local events to raise money for animal shelters. Rita Mae also writes the “Sister” Jane Arnold Outfoxed series and the Mags Rogers series and has authored the memoir, Animal Magnetism. She and Sneaky Pie live with many other rescued animals. Rita Mae is now writing, CRAZY LIKE A FOX (On Sale 10/17/17).

What are you waiting for? Go get this pawsome book today, and contact my author Debbie at debbiewriter@yahoo.com (or comment on this blog)  if you would like us to feature your Mew Release or a guest post.

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