Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Retribution Is Mine!

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In the third entry of author P.C. Hatter’s Poached Parody / Kaiser Wrench series of novellas, the tiger detective loses his license due to his fingerprints being on the murder weapon of a recent death, and he seeks to clear his name, first by seeking the mouse handbag manufacturer Enrico Price. He has a fling with the skunk model Ellen Dubois, and a wolf named Bruce serving as one of the main culprits in the case through which the narrating detective is trying to redeem himself. A body count amasses towards the end of the book, with a twist ending nicely rounding out things.

This was definitely another enjoyable book in the furry literature series that makes me want to read more, and while some may lament the fact that it isn’t a long story, time is more valuable a resource to some people than money, and I definitely don’t regret the time I’ve spent with it, being in the furry fandom and all. The author occasionally makes uses of some of the animalian elements of the characters, such as the skunk model Ellen, and like its predecessors, the development and pacing are quick and satisfactory, and despite some editing errors, it’s sure to please mystery fans and furs alike.

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