Fool's Moon

    Tarot Cats Mystery Book 1

    by Diane A. S. Stuckart

    Midnight Ink

    November 8, 2018

    Available in: e-Book, Trade Size

    Fool's Moon
    by Diane A. S. Stuckart

    Two tarot-savvy cats and their tenderhearted human outwit a cruel criminal in this animal-centric whodunit.

    Most days, Ruby Sparks feels like the sign that says “Tarot Card Reader Extraordinaire” should say “Tarot Card Reader Fairly Competent.̵ But as challenging as it is to take care of her half-sister’s New Age shop—and her growing menagerie of enchanted pets—Ruby never worries that she’s bitten off more than she can chew…until a customer wants her to divine the truth about a murder.

    When her own life is threatened with a double dose of danger, Ruby begins to wonder if she’s being played for a fool. Luckily, she has Ophelia and Brandon—sibling black cats with a talent for tarot—and a feisty pit bull friend who all lend a paw in collaring the culprit before Ruby finds herself taking her final cat nap.



    Diane A. S. Stuckart's Bio

    Diane A.S. Stuckart is the New York Times bestselling author of the Black Cat Bookshop Mystery series (written as Ali Brandon). Unfortunately, that fabulous series has been cancelled. She’s also the author of the award-winning Leonardo da Vinci historical mysteries, as well as several historical romances and numerous short stories. Her upcoming new cozy mystery series are the Tarot Cat Mysteries from Midnight Ink (November 2018 launch) and the Georgia B&B Mysteries from Crooked Lane (May 2019 launch---writing as Anna Gerard). Diane is a member of Mystery Writers of America and has served as the 2018 Chapter President of the MWA Florida chapter. In addition to her mystery writing affiliations, she’s a member of the Cat Writers’ Association and belongs to the Palm Beach County Beekeepers Association. She’s a native Texan with a degree in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma, but has been living in the West Palm Beach FL area for the past dozen or so years. She shares her “almost in the Everglades” home with her husband, dogs, cats, and a few beehives.