Delightful book in the series - cleverly written with very realistic depictions of the two siamese!
When Jim Qwilleran and his cats Koko and Yum Yum spend the summer in Moose County the fur hits the fan when the felines stumble over a dead body. Can they find this serial killer and clear poor Qwilleran.
Great as always. Quilleran and his cats and Moose County and the people, all fun and entertaining. Mysteries written with clean language and good humor.
Another great tale of Koko and Yum Yum solving a mystery - I love these books and have read every one!
Another mystery in Moose county, north of everywhere.
A great entry in the popular Braun series.
I love the "Cat Who" series. A quick read.
1989 Jove Book Publication. Qwill, Koko and Yum Yum pack up their bags for a fun summer at the log cabin in Moose County.
Quick read. Follows the usual formula, but still enjoyable
A summer's vacation in a well-appointed log cabin in the woods but of course murder has to raise its ugly head so that Koko and Qwilleran can solve it.
You know, I really don't much care for cats. I do, however, absolutely love these Cat Who... books. They are about as cozy as it gets, yet the slow-paced life of Qwilleran and his cats 400 miles north of everywhere in Moose County are just priceless.
Jim packs up his bags and his 2 Siamese cats for sun & fun at his cabin in Moose Country. First the handy man disappears, dead bodies appear and a serial killer might be right under their noses!
Excellent book in the series!! KoKo is still up to his detective work, and it's an entertaining story.
not as good as some of the others in the series ... but still a nice read.
Qwilleran dicided to spend the summer in the cabin. Unforuntily his cabin started to break down. In doing so he becomes center to a murder mystery.
Jim Qwilleran packs up his bags and his two Siamese cats for a summer at his log cabin in Moose County. Qwilleran comes under suspicion as a serial killer and has to dig up the buried motive for a CATastrophic crime.
Jim Qwilleran packs up his old kit bag and his two Siamese cats for a sun-and-fun summer at his log cabin in Moose County.
I read all the books in this light-hearted series one after another and really enjoyed them. The cat KoKo and his feline partner, Yum Yum, are endearing. Their owner is a former newspaper reporter, James Qwilleran. They live in a small town with lots of interesting residents. James can't seem to avoid murders though he sure would like to. The series ended abruptly with unresolved relationships due to the author's death at 97.
I love cats so I totally enjoy "The Cat Who" series. I have many more to read.