Cat Detectives in the Korean Peninsula

Diary of a Snoopy Cat, The Inca Cat Detective Series (Number Eight)

Children - Animals
122 Pages
Reviewed on 12/22/2018
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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite

Cat Detectives in the Korean Peninsula: Diary of a Snoopy Cat, The Inca Cat Detective Series: Book Eight, is an animal-investigator mystery novel for children and preteens written by R.F. Kristi. While this is the eighth book in her series, Kristi gives sufficient background information for this to be enjoyed as a standalone novel. Inca and her detecting team had met in Solo’s library where a magnificent painting of a Siberian tiger kept all eyes focused on it while they considered Inca’s obvious shared Siberian lineage. They had all enjoyed a marvelous meal that evening at Solo’s home, but the best was yet to come. Inca and her family would be traveling to South Korea, where their human mom, Missy, would be introducing her newly created cheese and would be one of the judges for Le Cordon Bleu’s patisserie competition. Solo and their canine detective friend, Terrance, would also be coming along with them. They couldn’t wait to tour South Korea, and Inca’s cheese-loving brother, Fromage, was thrilled to be included in the presentation of the new and delicious Creme de la Creme cheese.

Cat Detectives in the Korean Peninsula shares the experiences of the iconic Inca and her sleuthing family as they tour South Korea and visit the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, known as the DMZ. As with Kristi’s other books in this series, I finished reading this book having learned quite a lot about the country Inca and her family had just visited. I was fascinated to learn about the DMZ, which has become a remarkable and unique natural habitat for rare and endangered animals, and I loved experiencing the culture and customs of South Korea along with Inca and the gang. This series just keeps on getting better and better -- and don’t pass up on this book because it’s the eighth in the series. You can read them out of order as each book works quite well as a standalone. Cat Detectives in the Korean Peninsula is most highly recommended.