Wrong Side of the Paw

Wrong Side of the Paw As Laurie Cass continues the national bestselling Bookmobile Cat mystery series librarian Minnie Hamilton is happy to take her bookmobile for a spin with her rescue cat Eddie but her tenacious tabby

  • Title: Wrong Side of the Paw
  • Author: Laurie Cass
  • ISBN: 9780451476562
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • As Laurie Cass continues the national bestselling Bookmobile Cat mystery series, librarian Minnie Hamilton is happy to take her bookmobile for a spin with her rescue cat, Eddie but her tenacious tabby always seems to find trouble As the bookmobile rolls along the hills of Chilson, Michigan, Minnie and Eddie spread good cheer and good reads But when her faithful felinAs Laurie Cass continues the national bestselling Bookmobile Cat mystery series, librarian Minnie Hamilton is happy to take her bookmobile for a spin with her rescue cat, Eddie but her tenacious tabby always seems to find trouble As the bookmobile rolls along the hills of Chilson, Michigan, Minnie and Eddie spread good cheer and good reads But when her faithful feline finds his way into the middle of a murder, Minnie is there, like any good librarian, to check it out.Eddie turns a routine bookmobile stop into anything but when he makes a quick escape and hops into a pickup truckwith a dead body in the flatbed The friendly local lawyer who was driving the pickup falls under suspicion But Minnie and Eddie think there s to this case than meets the eye, and the dynamic duo sets out to leave no page unturned.

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    1. Heartwarming characters and a few strange ones. Eddie the bookmobile cat is a sweetheart who has found a dead body in Wrong Side of The Paw. Librarian, Minnie is a loveable character. I loved reading about her and Eddie's latest bookmobile adventure and the tension you could cut with a knife. Highly suspenseful with tons of suspects including Minnie's friend, Rafe. There's and ending and a new beginning for romance. Minnie is cleaver and and determined along with Eddie. I can't wait to read the [...]

    2. Minnie Hamilton and furry sidekick, Eddie are back and driving their bookmobile right into another murder. I have truly enjoyed this series since the first book, LENDING A PAW. I’ve always wanted to drive a bookmobile, so that may be how protagonist Winnie, and her cat, Eddie wormed their way into my heart so quickly. Author Laurie Cass devised a strong plot for this sixth book in the Bookmobile Cat Mysteries. WRONG SIDE OF THE PAW was another great tail . . . I mean tale, with action and mayh [...]

    3. A fun read and a terrific ending, I just hope that the series isn't over. The author has updated her website since the 5th book was released.(view spoiler)[If this was the last book it really ended on a nice note with Minnie finally getting the guy, house and cat of her dreams, I just hope she likes the next library director :) (hide spoiler)]

    4. Big changes are ahead for Librarian Minnie Hamilton and her lovely cat Eddie in Wrong Side of the Paw, the 6th book in the Bookmobile Cat Mystery series. One thing remains the same though.Minnie is a magnet for dead bodies. Wherever she goes seems to appear. This time Eddie discovers the body of a Chilson, Michigan builder. Dale LaCombe's lifeless body is found in the bed of a pickup truck. Unfortuantely, his daughter Leese is driving the truck. She immediately becomes a murder suspect. Minnie k [...]

    5. I finished Wrong Side of The Paw by Laurie Cass Friday at swim lessons for my boys and oh boy did I ever enjoy this one. Laurie Cass has created such a wonderful series around a tiny librarian who drives a book mobile in a tiny tourist town, with a great kitty sidekick. If ever there was to be a Librarian Superhero, the image I get is that of main character Minnie Hamilton. I have read this entire series and feel like I have gotten to know Minnie like a close friend even a cousin after all this [...]

    6. Mrrr! Come? Non avete capito? Eddie vi sta dicendo che questo libro è da 4 stelle e mezza!Scherzi a parte, mi piace come l'autrice riesca a far parlare Eddie il gatto usando sempre lo stesso verso (mrrr, appunto) in varie declinazioni onomatopetiche. Sì, parla proprio se uno riesce a capire il gattese! E aiuta Minnie a trovare il colpevole, anche se lei all'inizio non lo capisce. A proposito di colpevole, non appena è stato svelato l'episodio-chiave ho capito subito chi fosse, ma fino ad allo [...]

    7. Minnie and her cat Eddie work at a library and drive the book mobile. Eddie jumps out of the bookmobile and hops into a pickup and finds a dead body. Minnie's friend, a lawyer, is the daughter of the dead man and is blamed for his murder. Minnie decides to find out who could've done it and finds there is a lot more to the story. A side story is that Minnie turned down the library director job so she could continue to drive the bookmobile. That part of the story is hard to believe and the new lib [...]

    8. Oh my word I think this is the best one yet! Minnie has a new boss (and though you wouldn't have thought it possible she is worse than the previous one!), she also has a new friend in the form of a lawyer, unfortunately she (the lawyer) has ended up on the wrong side of the paw/law and it is up to Eddie and Minnie to save the day.

    9. Sixth book in the Bookmobile Cat Mystery Series. Librarian, bookmobile, a cat that helps solve a murder mystery what's not to love. I just hope the series will continue.

    10. This is the fifth book in the Bookmobile series and one of the best ones. Minnie and Eddie in outlawing area. Minnie, Julia are having a good discussion with a client, Leese. It is a good fall day and the doors are open. Eddie suddenly leaves the bookmobile and heads for the client's truck where he finds a dead body. Leese, a lawyer, who specializes in Elder Care becomes a good friend and is the main suspect in the murder of her Father. Minnie and Eddie set out to clear Leese. The twists this ta [...]

    11. First, I love the title of this - did Eddie get up on the wrong side of the paw this morning? And the cover is as colorfully appealing as the rest of the series. Please don't tell my cats, but Eddie is the bomb! Funny how I see a little bit of Eddie in each of themMinnie is an awesome librarian; I forget that many librarians actually like to find information for the community they serve. And she is head and shoulders above the new library directoreven if she doesn't wear Italian leather shoes. L [...]

    12. I have read every book in this series, in order, from the 1st to this new 6th book. It is a delightful cozy featuring a librarian who lives on a houseboat in Michigan with the stray who picked her to be his companion. She also drives a bookmobile to the outer community and helps solves crimes in her spare time. What occurred to me is while reading this book is that the author keeps getting better with each story and the best way to read them is by starting at the beginning to understand the char [...]

    13. HmmmmThis book read like it was by a different author. The first fifteen chapters or so made little mention of Eddie. It just sort of rattled all g getting nowhere and adding more minor characters. Then there was this sudden wakeup like omg I've got to wind this up and there is race to get everything finished before the prescribed number of chapters are finished. For me it was a disappointing finish to what had been an enjoyable series.

    14. Found this book in the donation pile at the library and it sounded like just the thing to fill in some time before I read my next book club book. Hadn't read any of the previous books. It checked practically all the boxes. Librarian--I am a retired librarian volunteering at my local public library which.just bought a bookmobile. Like cats---yes. Michigan---used to live there.Maybe I expected too much of this book. So much of it was slow going, the search for suspects was tiresome and it was not [...]

    15. openbooksociety/article/wrWrong Side of the PawA Bookmobile Cat Mystery, Book #6By Laurie CassISBN 9780451476562Five StarsAuthor Website: catmysterySynopsis:As Laurie Cass continues the national bestselling Bookmobile Cat mystery series, librarian Minnie Hamilton is happy to take her bookmobile for a spin with her rescue cat, Eddie–but her tenacious tabby always seems to find trouble…As the bookmobile rolls along the hills of Chilson, Michigan, Minnie and Eddie spread good cheer and good rea [...]

    16. I began reading the Bookmobile Cat series due to its having two of my favorite things, books and cats. :) I continued the series because it's well-written and engages my interest. I'm always drawn into the story which is one of the things I look for in a book. Unlike when I was younger, I now have no trouble closing a book and not picking it up again if it doesn't hold my interest but the Bookmobile Cat is not one of those books. I eagerly look forward to the release of each new book in the seri [...]

    17. This one was a bit of a disappointment for me. I have enjoyed most of the books in the series, but this time so much of it felt like a re-run: nasty boss scenario was too much like the first book and though she leaves at the end, I felt we've been here, done that. Also, I work in a library so the subplots about cuts to funding, losing staff and resources, etc. are just too real for me. I read these books for escape, not to dwell on real possibilities. The mystery dragged along too. Minnie spent [...]

    18. This a highly loveable series. The heroine, Minnie Hamilton, though only an efficient 5 feet tall, has great character and is thoroughly delightful. She is a librarian (I wanted to be one and my daughter is one) and the assistant director. She is highly creative, thinking about plans for library programs and other things as well. And she is the bookmobile driver! She was the one that suggested it and is the one who drives it, which is why she didn’t apply for the Director’s job in the last b [...]

    19. Market a book as a cat mystery and I will jump at the chance to slink to a cozy place and curl up with a book. This series falls into a lovely shore in Michigan at the beginning of fall. Assistant director and librarian Minnie and her frisky cat, Eddie, win the hearts of the small community with her pleasing manner and her winning personality, but when murder strikes, Minnie is all business. I have not read the previous novels in this series, but I enjoyed this cozy mystery. Laurie Cass follows [...]

    20. The 6th installment in Laurie Cass's "Bookmobile Cat Mystery' series, "Wrong Side of the Paw", starts off with the bookmobile on it's normal run until the body of Leese Lacombe's father is found dead in his truck of what eventually turns out to be murder. From there, Cass launches into yet another entertaining story w/ Minnie Hamilton, Eddie & all the cast of characters in Chilson, Michigan. The plot itself twists & turns in ways that are about on average for the series, but this book al [...]

    21. I paid for this book a few weeks ago, all ready on the 25th to start reading. I read half of it and then started feeling a bit unwell so I went to sleep- woke up with a terrible headache that prevented me from reading :( Devo'd! Finally today I'm feeling a bit better so I decided to finish. It was everything I hoped for and more, especially in the romance department! Six books and FINALLY, this one feels right haha. Poor Minnie misses the suspect time and time again, even long after I spotted hi [...]

    22. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars I really [...]

    23. I have now read them all and can't wait for the next Eddie book to come out.I will tell everyone to pick up one of these delightful books especially if you love cats and understand they really try to talk to you. My Muffin did and I understood what she wanted.She LOVED English Peas. You could open canned cat food all day and she would never come to the kitchen but, if you opened English Peas she was right there. She loved McDonald's fries and mushrooms and had a "thing " for Frank Sinatrahis voi [...]

    24. This was a good cozy mystery. I like the author and this series with a cat and library featured and a bookmobile. While making one of her bookmobile runs, Minnie discovers a dead body murdered and in the bed of her good friend's truck. The body turns out to belong to her friend Leese's father. Minnie becomes involved in the police investigation when she tries to clear her friend and her friend's family. There are issues occurring with her job at the library and in her personal life with her boyf [...]

    25. This book was enjoyable, but I found the ending hard to believe and a bit of a let-down. Spoiler: An older, handicapped man who uses a walker is somehow able to overpower two young women (one who is athletic) without any weapon, and tie them to chairs. Then when he gets away after starting a fire to kill them, the victim is so worried about this murdering psychopath getting stuck in the snow and suffering, she goes after him to rescue him (really??) still with no weapon except a baseball bat. An [...]

    26. A great mystery and assort of a love story between Rafe and Minnie. The mystery is quite good too. The head librarian would become a nightmare because she like to spend a expensive computer for the library and no body wanted her. The head librarian did not like wintertime, she decided she did not like the library job. She would like a library in a area that had summer all-time. Minnie found out who kill the builder and almost kill children and were destroying their jobs.

    27. This was a terrific book! Minnie tries to help her friend, Leese, after Leese's father is found dead under a tarp in the bed of the truck Leese borrowed from him. Many suspects arise since the deceased man was not well liked. There are a lot of changes going on in this book with Minnie, Aunt Frances, and the library. The book took a little bit of a twist with Minnie's relationship, but I surprisingly enjoyed it. I am excited to see what's next for Minnie and Eddie the cat.

    28. Minnie the Librarian and book mobile driver and her cat Eddie came across a dead body. The body was her friend's father. Things do not look good for her friend so Minnie helps by trying who could have killed him. In the mean time the new director at the Library is driving everyone nuts. Things in Minnie's personal life do not seem to be going her way also. The killer will surprise everyone and the ending is lovely.

    29. Minnie is dealing with a lot of change, and I enjoyed her maturity in this book. She was able to recognize her needs and those of others. I admire and respect that she was able to recognize times it would be inappropriate to discuss her feelings toward the new head librarian.Some pieces of the plot seemed very obvious to me, but that could be due to the number of cozy mysteries I read.I still love reading about a librarian travelling on a bookmobile. It really is a great job to have.

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