Class Note


Eileen Watkins The Persian Always Meows Twice is the first book in a new series of mysteries by Eileen Watkins ’72 featuring a cat groomer/boarder who also turns amateur sleuth. Professional cat grooming isn’t all fluff.

Class of 1972

(Submitted on: November 19, 2018)
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The Persian Always Meows Twice is the first book in a new series of mysteries by Eileen Watkins ’72 featuring a cat groomer/boarder who also turns amateur sleuth. Professional cat grooming isn’t all fluff. When the fur starts flying, Cassie McGlone, owner of Cassie’s Comfy Cats, handles her feistiest four-legged clients with a caring touch and nerves of steel.

While these qualities help keep her business purring, they also come in handy when she makes a house call to her best client,millionaire George DeLeuw, and discovers his murdered body next to his newly orphaned Persian, Harpo. To help the local police find the killer, Cassie begins her own investigation. But no one, from George’s housekeeper to his vindictive ex-wife, is giving up clues. Not until Cassie is given permission to temporarily board Harpo does anyone show interest in the Persian’s well-being.

Someone is desperate to get their paws on Harpo before the feline helps untangle a felony. Are there deadly truths that a cat whisperer like Cassie can coax out? She needs to tread lightly and remember that she gets one life, not nine! This book and its sequels, The Bengal Identity (April 2018) and the recently published Feral Attraction (October 2018) are available through the publisher’s website, www.kensingtonbooks.com/author.aspx/31851, as well as from bookstores and online booksellers. Eileen’s website is www.efwatkins.com.