“Get ready for a clean short mystery which will keep you enthralled and wanting to read more!” – January Black Ice (A Cat Collier Mystery, Book 1) by Carol Ann Kauffman

Mary Catherine Collier is called to the penthouse apartment of the city’s very rich, most influential lawyer, Detrick Bittmor. He has a very personal assignment for her. It involves a mysterious young man who sits on a park bench every day at noon and stares up at Bittmor’s top floor apartment.
Mary Catherine, or Cat, as she’s better known, has a soft spot for this lawyer with a nasty reputation. There’s something about this old man she likes and even finds charming.
Detrick Bittmor thinks the young man on the park bench resembles a younger version of himself. He thinks this young man could be his son from an affair he had many years ago with a beautiful New Year lawyer. This man could be his only heir.
And old man Bittmor isn’t getting any younger.

MikiHope

Get ready for a clean short mystery which will keep you enthralled and wanting to read more!

This is a very short book and it ended way too soon to suit me! It leaves you with a cliff hanger——Luckily there are more in this series and I can tell you right now I will be reading them.

Do you believe in love at first sight? Well, that is what happens when Detrick Bittmor convinces Cat Collier to befriend a young man who he thinks maybe the son he never knew he had until he received a letter from a long-ago love. Why Cat–who is the obituary writer for a small-town newspaper.

Will Cat manage to befriend the young man? And what happens afterward? Is this young man the son that Detrick Bittmor thinks he might be?

Get ready for a clean short mystery which will keep you enthralled and wanting to read more!

01 Carol January Black Ice A Cat Collier Mystery

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