The Cat, the Mill and the Murder eBook ✓ Cat, the

The Cat, the Mill and the Murder eBook ✓ Cat, the


The Cat, the Mill and the Murder ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ The Cat, the Mill and the Murder By Leann Sweeney ⚣ – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk When cat lover and quilter Jillian Hart volunteers to help a local animal shelter relocate a colony of feral cats living in an abandoned textile mill, she never expects to find a woman living there, t When cat lover the Mill PDF/EPUB ë and quilter Jillian Hart volunteers to help a local animal shelter relocate a colony of feral cats living in an abandoned textile mill, she never expects to find a woman living there, too Jeannie went The Cat, eBook ç missing from Mercy, South Carolina, a decade ago, after her own daughter s disappearance Jeannie refuses to leave the mill or abandon Boots, her cat who died years ago After all, she and Boots feel the need to protect Cat, the Mill ePUB ↠ the premises from creepers who come in the night After Jeannie is hurt in an accident and is taken away, those who ve come to town to help repurpose the mill uncover a terrible discovery As the wheels start turning in Jillian s mind, a mysterious new feline friend aids in her quest to unearth a long kept and dark secret.


10 thoughts on “The Cat, the Mill and the Murder

  1. Sue Ross Sue Ross says:

    What a beautiful and sweet mystery It was a mystery over 10 years old Who was it living in the mill all that time Why were they there and who were the creepers Leann Sweeney has done it again I love the fact that her characters are such pet people and care so much about the ferel cats Now I m ready for the next one


  2. Paul Lunger Paul Lunger says:

    The 5th installment in Leann Sweeney s Cats in Trouble mystery series, The Cat, the Mill the Murder has our heroine Jillian Hart helping out with a colony of feral cats at a local closed mill There she finds Jeannie who has been missing forthan a decade then stumbles onto a dead body after Jeannie lands in the hospital due to an accident Between ghost cats the usual assortment of characters, Sweeney does one of her better jobs with the story from start to finish as these characte The 5th installment in Leann Sweeney s Cats in Trouble mystery series, The Cat, the Mill the Murder has our heroine Jillian Hart helping out with a colony of feral cats at a local closed mill There she finds Jeannie who has been missing forthan a decade then stumbles onto a dead body after Jeannie lands in the hospital due to an accident Between ghost cats the usual assortment of characters, Sweeney does one of her better jobs with the story from start to finish as these characters continue to grown The final scenes are heart stopping with one simple line at the end has fans of this series now awaiting the 6th installment in the series Overall a better than average installment in this series of cozy cat mysteries


  3. Narilka Narilka says:

    The Cat, the Mill and the Murder is the fifth in Leann Sweeney s Cat s in Trouble series Jillian Hart is at it again Jillian has volunteered to help the local animal shelter relocate a large colony of feral cats living in an abandoned textile mill During the initial visit to the mill to see just how big a job this will be Jillian discovers an old woman living there Jeannie had gone missing a decade ago after her own daughter ran away and she refuses to leave After Jeannie suffers a fall and The Cat, the Mill and the Murder is the fifth in Leann Sweeney s Cat s in Trouble series Jillian Hart is at it again Jillian has volunteered to help the local animal shelter relocate a large colony of feral cats living in an abandoned textile mill During the initial visit to the mill to see just how big a job this will be Jillian discovers an old woman living there Jeannie had gone missing a decade ago after her own daughter ran away and she refuses to leave After Jeannie suffers a fall and is taken to a local hospital, a skeleton of a young woman is discovered in the mill Jillian knows she must do everything she can to help solve the case.All the main characters are back I continue to enjoy Jillian and Candice s friendship It s also nice to see the Mercy PD becomeaccepting of her help in general The textile mill is a neat setting for the mystery and we get to learn a little bit about mill history The plot is solid and thoroughly entertaining I continue to enjoy this cozy mystery series


  4. FangirlNation FangirlNation says:

    Jillian Hart is back in Leann Sweeney s The Cat, the Mill, and the Murder There are a lot of feral cats living in the old textile mill in her hometown of Mercy, SC, and Jillian has volunteered to help relocate them But she and the man who runs the local cat shelter do not expect to find a homeless woman living in the mill She seems very mentally disturbed, talking about not being able to leave the mill because the fireplace there is a holy place When Jillian talks to get best friend, Candace Jillian Hart is back in Leann Sweeney s The Cat, the Mill, and the Murder There are a lot of feral cats living in the old textile mill in her hometown of Mercy, SC, and Jillian has volunteered to help relocate them But she and the man who runs the local cat shelter do not expect to find a homeless woman living in the mill She seems very mentally disturbed, talking about not being able to leave the mill because the fireplace there is a holy place When Jillian talks to get best friend, Candace, a deputy for the sheriff s department in love with forensics, Candace recognizes the woman, Jeannie, as someone who went missing 10 years earlier, several months after her high school age daughter, Kay Ellen, disappeared The next day, they return to the mill to find Jeannie lying in pain with a broken hip While Jeannie goes into surgery, the police excavate the fireplace, where they find the skeleton of Kay Ellen Read the rest of this review,reviews, and other wonderful, geeky articles on FangirlNation


  5. Karen Field Karen Field says:

    The Cat, The Mill and The Murder is a cosy mystery a subgenre of crime fiction where sex and violence is downplayed and the crime is usually solved by a member of the public instead of police officers, detectives and the like What attracted me to this story is the ghost cat I liked the sound of that and felt it would make for a different read for me, at least I enjoyed the interaction of the main character and the ghost cat In fact, I enjoyed the main character s interaction with all th The Cat, The Mill and The Murder is a cosy mystery a subgenre of crime fiction where sex and violence is downplayed and the crime is usually solved by a member of the public instead of police officers, detectives and the like What attracted me to this story is the ghost cat I liked the sound of that and felt it would make for a different read for me, at least I enjoyed the interaction of the main character and the ghost cat In fact, I enjoyed the main character s interaction with all the other characters too She seemed like a real, decent person even with her quirks Her obsession with her own cats was nice, they were her babies and I get the attachment there I have a dog that I feel the same way about.The plot was well crafted, in my opinion I liked the way it came together in a natural way All the players had good reasons for what they felt and what they did The mystery was believable and the clues given out at just the right moments to keep the reader interested.This is the first book I ve read in the series, and the first book I ve read by this author I d definitely read others Recommended


  6. LORI (Dollycas) CASWELL LORI (Dollycas) CASWELL says:

    In this fifth installment of the Cats in Trouble series Jillian has volunteered to help relocate a clowder of feral cats from on old mill so the city can help investors revamp the space She was quite surprised to also find a woman living in the mill Jeannie went missing from Mercy 10 years ago shortly after her daughter disappeared.Jeannie has no plans to evacuate the mill where she lives with her cat Boots She tells Jillian, it is a holy place and she must protect it from creepers When In this fifth installment of the Cats in Trouble series Jillian has volunteered to help relocate a clowder of feral cats from on old mill so the city can help investors revamp the space She was quite surprised to also find a woman living in the mill Jeannie went missing from Mercy 10 years ago shortly after her daughter disappeared.Jeannie has no plans to evacuate the mill where she lives with her cat Boots She tells Jillian, it is a holy place and she must protect it from creepers When Jeanie is hurt and forced to leave the mill to go to the hospital Jillian learns there aresurprises in the old mill Secrets that have been buried for years start to see the light of day.Dollycas s ThoughtsLeann s love of felines shines brightly in her stories and each one is better than the last This one features the Lorraine Stanley Textile Mill Cozy loves will recognize this homage to two special ladies.This story takes us to the other side of the tracks to the Mill Village A little trip back in history but even in 2013 there is still the division of classes even as one of mighty rich have fallen on hard times They still have the hoity toity attitude.We also learn about feral cats in a very entertaining way Shawn explains the difference between the cats we love to cuddle and the cats we just can t.In addition to the wonderful character of Jeannie, our favorites from the past return Jillian and Tom s romance is evolving even with Lydia still trying her best to keep them apart I laughed out loud as she was kept out of crime scene and she begged Tom for his help while doing her best to ignore that Jillian was even in the room.But the characters that capture my heart have four paws, Merlot, Syrah, Chablis and now Boots add the special touch to this story I love how much Jillian loves her kitties and even has an app on her phone to check on them I also love the way most of the residents of Mercy are pet lovers and believe in humane treatment of all animals In fact this book was part of Penguin s Read Humane Campaign All through the month of May you can purchase special copies of six different books and Penguin will donate 25000 to the Humane Society of the U.S to fight animal cruelty.Another catavating cozy from Leann Sweeney and may I add another New York Times Bestseller


  7. bella bella says:

    I ve enjoyed this series since the first book, The Cat, the Quilt and the Corpse They are intelligent mysteries that seem like they are written with cat lovers in mind They deal with some tough social issues including feral cat populations and kitten mills , and they remain one of my favorite cozy mystery series.That s why when I discover a new one is going to be released I don t hesitate to pre order it This is a series I must read on release day The latest in the series, The Cat, the Mill I ve enjoyed this series since the first book, The Cat, the Quilt and the Corpse They are intelligent mysteries that seem like they are written with cat lovers in mind They deal with some tough social issues including feral cat populations and kitten mills , and they remain one of my favorite cozy mystery series.That s why when I discover a new one is going to be released I don t hesitate to pre order it This is a series I must read on release day The latest in the series, The Cat, the Mill and the Murder, surrounds an abandoned textile mill, where Jillian Hart is helping her friend, Shaun, round up the feral cats in the Mill before the Mill is renovated and turned into a urban village or residential condos What Jillian and Shaun find isthan just cats They find a homeless woman living in the mill and a skeleton As Jillian, with the help of architect, Dustin, and police officer, Candace, try to find out who the skeleton belongs to and why someone wanted that person dead.For me, The Cat, the Mill and the Murder was quite a moving and emotional read It starts off with the feral cats that they are trying to relocate before the Mill undergoes construction, and goes onto the homeless woman, who is guarding the bones, a cold case and onto the division in the town between the folk that live in the Mill Village and the rest of the town I was completely drawn into the world where there are still differences, despite the Mill having been closed for a long time.My favorite character Boots Boots is a ghost cat and he certainly has a paw in helping Jillian solve the case I absolutely loved Boots As a pet lover since my teens I ve seen some of my most beloved animals pass on, and the comfort that Boots gives the humans ,that can see him, is a huge part of my enjoyment of this book.I cannot recommend this series enough to animal lovers and fans of a darn good mystery The mystery was multi layered and kept my guessing right to the end, and as always I m anxious for the next Cats in Trouble book


  8. Ellen Ellen says:

    The Cat, the Mill and the Murder Are you a lover of Cozy mysteries True Cozies Are you right at home and in your element with characters you ve grown accustom to and enjoy reading about and being in their company Do you appreciate authors who build up to a climax at the same time evolve relationships with the characters If you said Yes to any of these questions then this is the author and the cozy series for you This latest installment in the Cats in Trouble mystery series has Jillian The Cat, the Mill and the Murder Are you a lover of Cozy mysteries True Cozies Are you right at home and in your element with characters you ve grown accustom to and enjoy reading about and being in their company Do you appreciate authors who build up to a climax at the same time evolve relationships with the characters If you said Yes to any of these questions then this is the author and the cozy series for you This latest installment in the Cats in Trouble mystery series has Jillian Hart working with Shawn of the local pet shelter to rid an old run down mill of feral cats That old mill, the Lorraine Stanley Textile Mill had once employed many townsfolk for nearly a century in the weaving of cotton fabrics Dustin Gray is the industrial engineer who is in charge of assisting both of them with this task and that should have been enough to keep them busy That is until they come across Jeannie, a woman with deep roots in the town, a sad history with dark secrets known only to her It appears Jeannie has been homeless for quite some time and been holding out inside this run down heap of a building scavenging for food and living by her wits Jeannie tells Jillian and Dustin of her Holy Place That place hidden from view for these many years holdsthan just holy memories And now it s up to Jillian to assist her old friend Candace of the local police dept get to the bottom of this mystery Will questions be answered Questions regarding Jeannie s past, the towns past and the mills past I found this book to be a true cozy by a faithful author which is one good reason I enjoy this series This is a book you can read all the way through or at intervals It s a relaxing cozy as a cozy should be with enough thought to the plot to keep you on your toes


  9. Sara Sara says:

    How does Leann Sweeney just keep getting better I ve enjoyed Leann Sweeney s writing since I picked up the first book in the Yellow Rose series Each entry was better than the last, then she started the Cats In Trouble series so of course I had to follow I was hooked from the first book and this latest entry did not disappoint Jillian Hart is helping her friend Shawn with the feral cat colony in an old millyes, she wants to save the cats and trapping them is the best option, but her interes How does Leann Sweeney just keep getting better I ve enjoyed Leann Sweeney s writing since I picked up the first book in the Yellow Rose series Each entry was better than the last, then she started the Cats In Trouble series so of course I had to follow I was hooked from the first book and this latest entry did not disappoint Jillian Hart is helping her friend Shawn with the feral cat colony in an old millyes, she wants to save the cats and trapping them is the best option, but her interest in quilting, fabrics and textiles makes her curious to see the inside of the building as well As she and Shawn work their way through in the dark one night, they re shocked to find a homeless woman living in the old mill office The woman was thought to have left town years ago after her daughter s disappearancethis is just the first mystery to unfold.All the usual characters are there, with a fewintroduced as the town vs mill village culture is presented I hope some of those new faces will pop up in future books as well.I won t go intodetail because I hate reviews that give too much away Just know that this is another excellent book and I look forward to the next


  10. Laurie Garrison Laurie Garrison says:

    By far, this is the best book out of this series for me I love the detail the author took in writing about the mill and the town I live in a town that had a mill almost like this and it too had a small village along with it This is a great way to introduce our mill history that is now long gone since so much outsourcing and people buying so many products from other seas other than American textiles I myself can remember a time when theses mills were still producing America jobs Sad Anyhow, By far, this is the best book out of this series for me I love the detail the author took in writing about the mill and the town I live in a town that had a mill almost like this and it too had a small village along with it This is a great way to introduce our mill history that is now long gone since so much outsourcing and people buying so many products from other seas other than American textiles I myself can remember a time when theses mills were still producing America jobs Sad Anyhow, this rundown mill created an excellent mystery and leave it to Jillian to be right in the middle of the whole process.I loved the ghost cat in this story it added some excellent paranormal elements into the story but what really draws me to reading theses cozy mysteries is the detail the authors puts into these books, it s like you are right there in the middle finding the bones, murder and helping the cats.If you love cats, a murder mystery, and love this is a series for you Seeat


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