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Paperback The Cat Who Said Cheese (Jim Qwilleran Feline Whodunnit) Book

ISBN: 074724944X

ISBN13: 9780747249443

The Cat Who Said Cheese (Jim Qwilleran Feline Whodunnit)

(Book #18 in the Cat Who... Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. In this mystery in the bestselling Cat Who series, a murder sends Jim Qwilleran and his cats, Koko and Yum Yum, on a trail that will demand all their feline intuition and mustachioed insight... With...

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4 ratings

Do Not Read if You Are Hungry

If you read this when you are hungry, you might head straight to the refrigerator, market, or nearest deli. This book was wonderful...a mysterious woman comes to Pickax. Qwill hears rumors everywhere about her. Koko wants to go for a drive to the cabin on the lake. Guess who is sitting by the cabin reading a cookbook? Yes! the mysterious woman. She agrees to cook stuffed wild grape leaves for Qwill. He heads to the market to shop for ingredients and hears an explosion! Upon returning to the cabin, Qwill finds the woman missing the middle of preparing the wild grape leaves. Much excitement, danger, an mystery is to follow. Of course, Koko knows everything. It is too bad Qwill doesn't speak fluent cat. He would get to the bottom of the mysteries sooner. I loved this installment of, "the Cat Who" series. You will love it too!

Funny characters and witty dialogues: a joy to read

I have read all the books of "The Cat who" series and this is the one that gives me the greatest enjoyment of all. Not only did I increase my knowledge of cheese (cheddar used to be the limit of my understanding of cheese variety, now feta and gruyere and brie are added to my dictionary), I also satisfied my curiosity over the identity of the thief who stole Iris Cobb's cookbook, a mystery brought forward from a previous book, in addition to the new mystery that relates a strange, frightened woman, an abusive husband, and a gullible young man with white hair.All in all it's a delightful read.

Wonderful, coulnd't put it down

this is an awesome book. i bought it in st.louis and read the entire thing in an hour and a half on the way back on the train. really great book. many twists and turns that make you re-think who was the murderer or muredress.

Another great book to share with my 10 year old Daughter

All of Lillian Jackson Braun's books are great for both my daughther and I to read and that's pretty special! We are both plowing our way throught the whole series and are enjoying discussing them together. Thanks to whoever recommended them to us! We're hooked!
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