Wanted to try to get into this series simply because it looked fun. I'm usually not one for series books that extend more than three books. Couldn't get into this book at all though. Felt a little disappointed because I really wanted to like it. Just not my style, I guess.
Nancy L. (cub1) reviewed The Cat Who Had 14 Tales (The Cat Who...) on
This book was great fun and a very light read. Anyone who loves kitties will appreciate the subtle references to the behavior of cats. The author weaves her little stories and the cat is always front and center in the development of the story. I chuckled several times throughout the book. I read this one in about an hour and immediately started another The Cat Who........... book!
I've probably read most/all of these books, sometimes more than once since they are enjoyable and a fast read. Given that, I wouldn't recommend this since it seemed more like something thrown together to make a buck then worthwhile stories. Just my opinion though.
14 short stories about very smart cats who try their best to get their 'PEOPLE' to tune in to their wave-lengths. Sometimes their 'people' understand, most often not, but the cats don't let that deter them from solving crimes, and taking care of other problems. By the same author who made KoKo, Yum-Yum and Quillern so popular in "The Cat Who...." books.
A courageous Siamese bags a cunning cat burglar....a country kitty proves a stumbling block in a violent murder...and an intuitive feline's premonition helps solve the case of the missing antique dealer.
A courageous Siamese bags a cunning cat burglar...a country kitty proves a stumbling block in a violent murder...and an intuitive feline's premonition helps solve the case of the missing antiques dealer.