12 Days of Christmas Book Tour-Day 9: Buckley and Bogey- The Case of the Crafty Christmas Crooks by Cindy Vincent

Christmas Book Tour

The 12 Days of Christmas Book Tour is our special way of spreading the holiday cheer in the language we speak best: books! From December 1st to December 12th, we’ll be featuring some of our favorite Christmas books, novellas, and short stories!

But you’ll get more than just reviews! Every review will be accompanied by something special; whether that be a mini 24 hour giveaway, a song or movie recommendation, or whatever the reviewing team comes up with that fits the Book of the Day! We’ll also have a topic to start a Christmas conversation! 

Day 9!

Today we revisit some very special cats…Buckley and Bogey, the Cat Detectives! Do you remember when we reviewed The Case of the Jewel Covered Cat Statues? Well, these cats are back for more and this time, they have to solve a Christmas mystery if they want to save Christmas!

The bonus for today? You can get The Case of the Jewel Covered Cat Statues 55% off! That’s less than $5 for a book sure to make you smile!

The Synopsis:

Buckley and Bogey, Cat Detectives, find their next case hits a little too close to home. Because someone has been breaking into houses and stealing all the Christmas presents! And the first two robberies even took place in their very own neighborhood. Holy Catnip! Of course, the boys leap in on all fours to investigate right away. Then it isn’t long before they realize they are dealing with some real criminal masterminds, since these burglars know exactly how to cover their tracks. Plus, the crooks have the whole town of St. Gertrude on edge and they’re threatening to ruin Christmas for everyone.

But figuring out the identity of the Christmas Crooks isn’t the only mystery around. After all, Buckley had just been adopted from the cat shelter this year, and this was the first he’d ever heard about Christmas. And he quickly finds out there is a lot to learn! From Christmas trees to Santa Claus, and jingle bells to the birth of baby Jesus, the real meaning of Christmas is a mystery to him. But he and Bogey can’t really enjoy any of it until the Christmas Crooks are caught. That’s because it becomes very clear, very quick these Christmas Crooks have set their sights on the boys’ house, too! And the burglars are headed straight for their door. Holy Mackerel! 


I received this book from the author for the purchase of this review. All comments and opinions are entirely my own.

Review

In The Case of the Crafty Christmas Crooks, Buckley and Bogey return with a new case the smells suspiciously “grinch-y”. Someone is stealing the Christmas decorations right out of people’s homes! Even the cookies! And it’s up to Buckley and Bogey to crack the mystery. 

If you’re a fan of Hank the Cowdog, but you also love cats, Buckley and Bogey is definitely a series you need to pick up! Not only are these cats entertaining in their adventures, but the stories are intriguing and mysterious. Sure to keep even the sharpest of minds guessing!

It’s great for the whole family, and is actually a perfect read-aloud book! I read this aloud to my younger brother and sister and they adored both Buckley and Bogey and were laughing through much of the book.

This entire series is certainly a favorite for my family and I and I easily give it 5 out of 5 stars

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Cozy Christmas mysteries are very popular this time of year. What are some of your favorite Christmas mysteries? Tell us in the comments!


Rayleigh is a Sophomore in college with a major in Accounting and long-term goal of being a CPA. She is an avid reader of all genres, and just as much of her time is spent writing as it is reading. She is the Associate Editor and Web Manager for PURSUE Magazine, in addition to posting her monthly articles on their blog. Rayleigh interns for Hartline Literary Agency where she advises authors in the best way to market their books. She is also a Social Media Manager for various businesses.Her writing pseudonym is Rae Leigh and she is in the process of seeking publication for her Dystopian novella, Program MIRA.