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Cat Who Went Bananas (Cat Who..., Bk 27) (Audio Cassette) (Unabridged)
Cat Who Went Bananas - Cat Who..., Bk 27 - Audio Cassette - Unabridged Author:Lilian Jackson Braun, George Guidall (Narrator) James Qwilleran and his famous felines, Koko and Yum Yum, are back for another mystery-solving stint in the beloved bestselling Cat Who . . . series. — The good people of Pickax are agog with anticipation: Not only is the new bookstore, The Pirate's Chest, about to open, but the Theatre Club is set to perform Oscar Wilde's The Importance ... more »of Being Earnest.
The play does not continue past opening night, however, for a member of the cast is killed in a car accident . . . or was it an accident? Koko seems to suspect otherwise, and Qwill and his clever cats have their work cut out for them.
In The Cat Who Went Bananas, wealthy journalist Jim Qwilleran searches for palatable ways to incorporate the bananas his doctor recommends into his diet, while his clever cats, Koko and Yum Yum, prove more than willing to make the evidence of those bananas (and other things) appear at opportune moments. Meanwhile, excitement is running high as Qwill and the folks of Pickax City get ready for opening night of the Theatre Club's latest performance (with an exciting new resident in the leading role), get set to unveil the statue in the town's new park, explore the pros and cons of the new local fad of rose watching, and prepare for the grand opening of the town's new bookstore, The Pirate's Chest. As always, Koko is quick to voice an opinion when an unexpected death and a mysterious theft slip into the story. Then it's up to Qwill to interpret his feline companion's literary clues in time to bring things to a dramatic conclusionwithout slipping up.
George Guidall is such an excellent reader! His skill at doing the voices of all your favorites from Moose County make the book...I highly recommend any audiobook read by him. An excellent reader can make all the difference when it comes to audio!
A wonderfully, cozy read...lots of twists and tangles, just what you look for in a good mystery!
This is the unabridged version raed by George Guidall. Another light-weight but fun entry in this series. Okay, so it's not Shakespeare, but it is interesting and the reader is always perfect. This one has a slightly more complex plot than some of the others, with a number of characters moving in and out of the story. As always, no blood and gore or vulgarity. I enjoyed it a great deal.