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Book: The Cat Who Played Post Office by Lillian Jackson Braun [ 6]

Qwill is still processing his good fortune, a massive inheritance. His cats are adjusting much quicker than he is. They very much like their new diet.

He dabbles in the ways of the rich and famous by hiring some out of the ordinary employees for the mansion he now owns and lives in.

But everything comes to a halt when a maid goes missing and a violent murder takes place.

Koko jumps on the case with all four paws and whiskers on the hunt.

Does Yum Yum join in his investigation? Does Koko catch the killer before he or she strikes again?

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Book: The Cat Who Played Brahms by Lillian Jackson Braun (The Cat Who #5)

Qwill wants a break from the big city. Aunt Fannie overs to let him use her cabin in Moose County. He wants to write a crime novel.

However, the country is very, very different from the city. He takes up fishing to give himself something to do. But out on the lake he thinks he hears a murder.

He quickly becomes familiar with everyone in town and the places to eat. His cats seem to like the cabin. Koko learns how to use a tape player. He’s quite fond of classical music.

Did Qwill hear a murder? If so, does he solve it or Koko? Does Qwill take to the country and stay or head back to the big city?

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Book: The Cat Who Saw Red (The Cat Who #4) by Lillian Jackson Braun

Qwilleran, Koko and Yum Yum move into their new home. Qwill is renting a room in Maus Haus. It’s a food lovers paradise. He is also assigned to a new beat, restaurant reviews.

Maus Haus has a colorful background and history including an unsolved suicide. Mysterious things keep happening though. Screams in the night wake him. An employee of the house disappears. The last straw is when his old girlfriend disappears.

Koko, Yum Yum and Qwill jump into action to get to the bottom of the mystery. Was the suicide a suicide? Where are the people who have disappeared? Were they all murdered?

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Book: The Cat Who Turned On and Off by Lillian Jackson Braun

This time Qwill and Koko are not alone. They’ve got a new team mate Yum Yum. She’s a female Siamese.

Qwill is now covering Junktown with a series of pieces. The inhabitants of the area are quite eccentric to say the least. His original thoughts on the area was that it was a drug zone. However, he quickly learns that it’s full of antiques. Each shop and each shop owner is a story in and of itself.

Just as Qwill starts making antique friends, tragedy strikes. One of dealers falls down a flight of stairs and it results in death. But Qwill’s mustache vibrates and Koko agrees. It wasn’t an accident, it was murder.

Now they have Yum Yum to help solve the case as well. Who killed the antique dealer? Does Qwill, Koko or Yum Yum solve it first?

Find out here.

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Book: The Cat Who Ate Danish Modern [The Cat Who, Book #2] by Lillian Jackson Braun

Jim Qwilleran gets assigned a new beat: interior design. He will be writing a weekly article for Gracious Abodes. He’ll also have a new photographer, Odd Bunsen.

The first house he goes to for the magazine has a jade collection. Not long after the article is published the house gets broken into and the wife is murdered. The second house he writes about also gets burglarized. As well as the third.

Qwill brings Koko in on the job to let his whiskers do some sleuthing.

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Book: The Cat Who Could Read Backwards [#1] by Lillian Jackson Braun

This book started strangely. I had thought that we would meet the cat very early on, but that did not happen. Instead we met a newspaper writer named Jim Qwilleran. He joins the local paper and is put on the art beat.

An easy beat it is not. He has to interview this very strange artist who spoke of everything but his art. The city is full of strange artists, who all believe they are very talented. The newspapers art critic, however, disagrees.

George Bonifield Mountclemens the third, the art critic who lives with his cat. He also thinks that every artist in town is a talentless hack. So of course everyone hates him. To make matters odder Jim takes a room in Mountclemens house. Enter the cat.

Meanwhile, the art scene in the city is stricken with fear as the towns artists are being murdered. Mountclemens turns up murdered too and in his own house.

Of course the cat does his own sleuthing because he doesn’t think the cops will solve it. He pairs up with Jim and points him in the right direction time and time again. Ultimately, the murders are all solved with a few other crimes along the way.

The cat stole the book. I won’t tell you his name here. You wouldn’t believe me if I did, but he has quite the personality and is a topnotch crime-solver.

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