Forty four million dollars. A Victorian mansion. And a young career woman with cats. The prospect sounded like a dream come true; what could possibly go wrong? How could a friendly town's welcome turn into a case of poisoning, murder, and deceit? When Katherine Katz Kendall, a computer professional in New York City, discovers she's the sole heir of a huge inheritance, she can't believe her good fortune. She's okay with the clauses of the will: Move to the small town of Erie, Indiana, check. Live in her great aunt's pink Victorian mansion and take care of an Abyssinian cat, double-check. With her three Siamese cats and best friend Colleen riding shotgun, Katz leaves Manhattan to find a former housekeeper dead in the basement. Ghostly intrusions convince Colleen, a card carrying ghost hunter, that the mansion is haunted. Several townspeople are furious because Katherine's benefactor promised them the fortune, then changed her will at the last minute. But who would be greedy eugh to get rid of the rightful heir to take the money and run? Four adventurous felines help Katz solve the crimes by mysteriously searching the Internet for clues. A fun, fast-paced book for all to enjoy.
Karen Anne Golden currently lives the dream of restoring a Queen Anne Victorian home. The house was her obsession when she left the workplace in Manhattan and moved to a small town in Indiana. With the house now finished, she has time to do what she's always been passionate about: writing. The Cats That Surfed the Web is her first novel of The Cats That . . . series. Karen Anne received a bachelor degree in History/Education from Columbus College, Columbus, Georgia and an advanced degree in Anthropology from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. While living in NYC, she worked in the computer industry. The author has rescued many cats in the town she lives in. She's an avid cat and pet lover. She shares her home with her husband, several Siamese, Ginger and Tabby cats, and a tortoise shell cat named Ruby. Many of the cat capers in the book are based on her own cats' antics.