Book Review: ‘April Yellow Moon’ by Carol Ann Kauffman

This fourth Cat Collier mystery story continues the narrative of the relationship between Cat and Carter, which is yet again complicated by the situations which Cat finds herself investigating. 

‘April Yellow Moon’ is a good story. While not quite as suspenseful or dramatically tense as the previous stories in the series have been, the author draws the reader into Cat’s life and has them holding their breath, waiting to see what happens next, on more than one occasion.

In keeping with the rest of the series, this is a short read, comfortably finished in less than 90 minutes. 

Enjoyable and intriguing, ‘April Yellow Moon’ has been awarded a Silver Acorn. 

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Read my reviews of January Black Ice, February White Lies and March Blues.

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