About Danger in Cat World

Shawn Danger is the hardest-working homicide detective in Jamesville County.

His job means everything to him, and when he’s working a case, he barely has time to feed his cat - let alone mess with frivolous things like his family or a love life.

After a reclusive heiress is murdered, Shawn begins an intense pursuit of the killer. As he combs through the crime scene and interviews the suspects, he discovers a mysterious object that lets him see into another eerily-similar universe. A terrible crime was committed in that world as well, and Shawn can’t help but wonder if the two are somehow connected.

Meanwhile, he must deal with an equally peculiar problem: dozens of cats are appearing in his house out of thin air. Plus, earthquakes are shaking the town, and he’s not the only one who senses that something ominous is coming.

Can Shawn embrace the unknown and find the answers he needs to solve the case, and can he act quickly enough to restore balance between the two worlds?

Reviews for Danger in Cat World

This book is not afraid of making fun of itself and it does so smoothly. It begins with a grown man bouncing on a trampoline in his livingroom. Detective Danger is assigned the case of the murdered rich and brilliant physicist. The detective gets some help from his cat Comet and from a parallel universe. This story is definantly different from anything that I have read before and I truly enjoyed it. A is a fun and quirk read I think everyone will enjoy.

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Overall, I completely enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from the author. The characters had the kind of sarcastic banter and black humour which I adore and don't see enough of in books.
I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Post is a good writer.  Her plots aren't predictable and the twist she throws in there was totally unexpected.  In a good way.  She also has an amazing vocabulary.  I like to think that I have a good vocabulary, but when I'm going to the dictionary just positive that I've caught the author in a made up word only to be proven wrong, I'm impressed.
So give it a try.  A little mystery, a little romance, a lot of danger and lot of cats!

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When you take the slight oddities out of the book, and the ‘other world’ and ‘another Danger’  that Shawn often sees on an old TV (he can’t stand the other smug Danger), this is just a plain and simple detective story.  But it is one with very strong characters, a likeable not-too-damaged hero and quite a few ‘grin’ moments, if not laugh out loud. I really enjoyed it.

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