Story: Sarah is not happy that she has to spend her summer at her aunt and uncle’s house with her younger sister Lacey in a small town in Michigan. It is here Sarah meets Jackie and they quickly become friends. The girls begin to have fun playing the game truth or dare. It is during this game that Sarah is dared to go knock on the Cat Lady’s door. When no one comes to the door she decides to peek inside. It is here when she finds the body of the Cat Lady. The three girls quickly become suspects, which leads them to do their own investigation in order to clear their names. They call themselves “the super spies.” While doing their investigation they learn some horrible and tragic secretes, which will not only shock the characters but also the readers.
Our rating 4 out of 5 suspicious stars
Review: This book reminded us all of reading Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys when we were kids. At first we thought this book might be a little young for us, but before we knew it we were sucked in. There is enough suspense in this book that it makes it hard to put it down. You can’t wait to turn the page to see what happens next. We loved the relationship of the girls. Sarah and Jackie’s friendship, though shorts, seems like they’ve known each other all their lives. Sarah also becomes closer to her younger sister Lacey, which was nice to see. The Super Spies and the Cat Lady is quick read that will have you entertained from beginning to end.
So grab your detective hat and read The Super Spies and the Cat Lady Killer
**We received this book for free by the author. We were not bribed or paid in any way for this review. **