A Whisker of Trouble
The New York Times bestselling author of Buy a Whisker offers another adventure with secondhand shop owner Sarah Grayson and Elvis the rescue cat.
Spring has come to charming North Harbor, Maine, and with the new season comes a new haul for Second Chance, the shop where Sarah Grayson sells lovingly refurbished and repurposed items. Sarah is turning her keen eye to the estat
Author Sophie Ryan has penned another enjoyable story with A WHISKER OF TROUBLE. It’s always fun to spend time with main character Sarah and her feline friend Elvis, as well as the other wonderful characters from this wonderful series. And I simply adore the store in this series, Second Chance. I love that it isn’t just a thrift store, but a store that sells repurposed items. I would love to see repurpose ...more
I fell in love with this series from the first book and become more attached to the warm and caring characters with each new one. The mysteries are well plotted and unexpected and, my favorite thing after the characters, the people act intelligently. I enjoyed meeting Liam. Awesome!
A third book in what has proven to be an exceedingly solid series; A Whisker of Trouble was a funny, masterfully written book that proved Sofie Ryan's writing talent.
Sarah is the MC, but at the same time she's not. Her cat Elvis. Her elderly friends Liz, Mr. P, Charlotte, and Rose. The other secondary characters Mac, Nick, Avery and Liam. All of these groups of characters share the main spotlight almost equally. So, though it's in Sarah's POV, the book doesn't ...more
I keep coming back to this series just for Elvis the cat, being a fan of the real Elvis. The cat seems to have a knack for helping Sarah solve a mystery, which is a trait I think the real Elvis would have loved. Not just Elvis the cat but all the characters in this series, are fun, engaging and with their banter make them very enjoyable to read.
Sarah Grayson runs “Second Chance” a second hand antique shop where she and her assistant, and jack-of-trade ...more
unexplained murder mystery!!!
Sarah Grayson owns and operates a repurpose store called
Second Chance. Sarah and her colleagues are on a mission to
haul away items from an estate that she can sell to help the
family financially. The only exception is the deceased’s wine
collection which will be appraised by an expert.
Ready to begin work, Sarah, her colleagues and Elvis arrive
at the house. Elvis is Sarah’s green eyed cat who starts
acting weird… ...more
***I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair and h ...more
Basically the supporting cast overpowered the protagonist, and in a desperate attempt to make her relevant again the killer (completely unnecessarily) got sent after her. But this last trick only made the, already a bit loos ...more
A Whisker of Trouble
A Second Chance Cat Mystery #3
By Sofie Ryan
Brought to you by OBS Reviewer Daniele
Spring has come to charming North Harbor, Maine, and with the new season comes a new haul for Second Chance, the shop where Sarah Grayson sells lovingly refurbished and repurposed items. Sarah is turning her keen eye to the estate of collector Edison Hall, hoping for fabulous finds for Second Chance—but when her r ...more
Sarah is hired to clean out a home of someone who has recently died and discovers a dead body on the premises. The family wants her and the PI team of Charlotte’s Angels to help so ...more
From the first page, I was thoroughly engaged in this delightful book. The main character is Sarah Grayson who runs the Second Chance shop; the shop sells used furniture and other items. Ever at her side is her adopted cat Elvis. Sarah has a number of ...more
Sarah is the kind of protagonist I really enjoy - hard working in a unique line of work that sounds fascinating to me, values family members and those who are as close as family, and wants to see justice done and life to be fair. Oh, and Elvis, her companion, protector cat, who owns her just as much as she 'thinks' she owns him. The senior crew of Charlotte's Angels help with any my ...more
The mystery was clue-based and could be solved using those clues. Whodunit wasn't too difficult to uncover if you stop to think things out. Untangling the entire wine scam was more complicated and was what Charlotte’s Angels spent most of their time on. The main characters were engaging, nice people, and the c ...more
I liked that the character development moved along a little bit (although I still suspect a looming love triangle) and the plot was pretty good. I figured out the who fairly early on in the book but not the why. Actually, truth be told, I had other suspicions:
(view spoiler)[I thought Ethan had killed his father, since it was never mentioned in the book how he died. Still kinda wondering. ( ...more
I received this book for an honest review.