Sunday, July 24, 2016

Tail & Trouble By Victor Catano

Last week I was sent Tail & Trouble by Victor Cantano to read and review. I was delighted to be asked and as I love a good Witch mystery I quickly accepted. This novel is a mystery and while not a traditional cozy it had a lot of great cozy elements. This was a good mystery and a good story. The relationship between the Dog Oscar and main character Gabriel was strong and brilliantly executed. The devotion of the characters to finding Sheila (Gabriel's girlfriend  and Dog Oscar's Mama) was admirable and endearing. While this novel was a bit rougher then a cozy I enjoyed it very much and I love the cover don't you?

When Gabriel’s witch girlfriend doesn’t return from her latest trip, he gets on the road and heads out to find her. Sheila's coven is secretive and distrustful of Gabriel, so the only help he has is Sheila's familiar, a bulldog named Orson, who is psychically linked to both of them. In Florida, they walk right into an elaborate plan to steal Orson. A mysterious wizard named Yareth is behind the plot, and he may also know where Sheila is. Gabriel and Orson will have to fight for their lives as they navigate around all the magical roadblocks to force Yareth’s hand. They won’t give up until Sheila is safe.

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  1. Thanks for the kind words! So glad you enjoyed it.

  2. Sounds like a good book and I love the cover.

  3. Sounds like a good book and I love the cover.