An older Cat Who book, better than newer ones
You don't have to like cats to enjoy this book. These cat mystery books are the best.
One of her earlier and better scripted ones. Qwill has moved into a new mansion with fifty closets crammed with mysteries for the cats to explore. A good read.
A quick read! Surprise ending. Another Qwill read.
A very funny and entertaining read, espcially if you enjoy cats.
Another great tale of Koko and Yum Yum solving a mystery - I love these books and have read every one!
Qwilleran's cats investigate the closets of the manion. They unearth some surprising skeletons and bring long-buried secrets to light.
The protagonist's two cats help solve the mystery. Probably for Cat Lovers only, but a good mystery too.
Cute - entertaining- fun. Captivating series about the most extraordinary detective team..
All the cat books are good i liked them all
Another cozy mystery with Koko uncovering the clues for Qwill.
This is the typically enjoyable read from Braun. Appeals to cat and mystery lovers.
I enjoyed this entire series. This book was as much fun as I expected.
The early books in "The Cat Who..." series, like this one, have good mysteries, wonderful characters, and interesting atmosphere. The quintessential cozy cat mysteries!
I have read every book in this series and have enjoyed them all.
Qwilleran moves into a mansion and the cats are in their glory hunting through the nooks and crannies. But there are two deaths to investigate and skeletons in the closet.
This series stars two Siamese cats (natch) and a reporter (Jim Qwilleran) who translates their clues to solve mysteries both large and not so large.
Entertaining, quick read for those of us who appreciate our felines' idiosyncrasies.
Cat who books are always a fun read.
QWILLERAN DECIDED TO RENT THE GAGE MANSION FOR THE WINTER MONTHS. KOKO PROCEDES TO INVESTAGE THE CLOSETS.
From Library Journal
After reporter Jim Qwilleran rents a Florida mansion, Siamese cat Koko drags items from several closets that provide clues to the suspicious death of the mansion's elderly and eccentric owner. Meanwhile, a local missing potato farmer with remote ties to the old woman turns up dead. Moose County's quaint characters and events provide yet again delightful diversion for Qwilleran and reader alike.