Three Complete Novels

Three Complete Novels

Book - 1993
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Reporter-turned-sleuth Jim Qwilleran and his two feline sidekicks become embroiled in a trio of deadly mysteries, in an omnibus volume containing The Cat Who Saw Red, The Cat Who Played Brahms, and The Cat Who Played Post Office.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c1993.
ISBN: 9780399138850


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EuSei Sep 19, 2012

Still a good read, although I skipped a few passages--too many explanations about prior stories/characters. Qwilleran's indecision and childish behavior are pathetic and Koko at times made me want to wring his feline neck! There are already many references to the organic, eat-healthy irritating movement. Mrs. Braun started using the annoying politically correct vocabulary, like rain forest and the most annoying "Ms." And in this specific case, the lady is known to be unmarried, so I cannot understand why address her as Ms.?! (I guess one has to be American, British or Canadian to understand this obsession with "Ms."…) For some reason I have the wrong books listed, so here they are again: (7) "The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare," (8) "The Cat Who Sniffed Glue" and (9) "The Cat Who Went Underground."

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