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The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers (the Cat Who... Mysteries, Book 29)
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Times are changing in Pickax: a new senior centre is in the works and a production of CATS is set to delight Moose County residents; Polly Duncan is off to Paris, leaving Qwill without a companion for his apple barn concerts; and The Librarians Who Lunch are showing their Art Hats to help unite Pickax with their Lockmaster County neighbours. Not to mention the conversion of the late Nathan Ledfield's mansion into a charitable museum! With Mr Ledfield's treasures being sold off to benefit needy children, the town is abuzz with excitement - until a mysterious death from a bee sting leaves everyone but Cool Koko in a state of confusion ...
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Is Koko's genius for sleuthing really the result of having more whiskers than other cats? Who's counting when there's a mysterious death to solve ...

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Lilian Jackson Braun composed her first poem at the age of two. She began writing her Cat Who... detective series when one of her own Siamese cats mysteriously fell to its death from her apartment block. Since then nearly thirty Cat Who... novels have been published, all featuring the very talented Koko and Yum Yum, Siamese cats with a bent for detection. Lilian Jackson Braun and her husband, Earl, live in the mountains of North Carolina.

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Diehard fans will best appreciate Braun's meandering 29th "Cat Who..." mystery (after 2006's The Cat Who Dropped a Bombshell). Series hero Jim "Qwill" Qwilleran, columnist for the Moose County Something in remote Pickax City, Mich., gets involved in the local literary club, a new senior center and an absurdist play called The Cat Who Was Elected Dogcatcher. When Polly Duncan, "the chief woman in his life," goes off to Paris, Qwill is left without a companion for his various social outings. Incidental criminal activities include arson, missing funds and death by bee sting. Siamese cats Koko and Yum Yum add the usual feline fun. (Jan.) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.

"The ideal bedtime tales for grown-ups." --"Los Angeles Times" "Most detectives do their legwork on two legs. A few, however, do it on four..." -ASSOCIATED PRESS "A master of mystery." -"PEOPLE" "Like dropping in on old and very dear friends." -"TAMPA TRIBUNE-TIMES"

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