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Koko’s feline insights into a murder set Qwilleran’s moustache twitching…

Lilian Jackson Braun’s quirky sleuthing trio face fresh mayhem in charming mystery The Cat Who Robbed a Bank. Perfect for fans of cosy crime and clever cats.


‘Light-hearted originals… The mix of crime and cats [is] catnip to readers who like both’ – Chicago Sun-Times

Pickax City is not only about to celebrate its first Mark Twain Festival, but is also hosting the tri-country Scottish Gathering and Highland Games. And most exciting of all, the distinguished celebrity Mr Delacamp is coming to visit, setting female hearts aflutter.

Delacamp is a charming and gallant gentleman: a dealer in estate jewellery, he makes periodic visits with his young, blonde niece to remote and affluent areas. So when, following a tea party with the wealthiest womenfolk of Pickax, Delacamp is murdered, everyone is devastated…

What readers are saying about The Cat Robbed a Bank:

‘Reading The Cat who Robbed a Bank is like enjoying a few hours in the company of an old and trusted friend

Couldn’t put it down

‘Safe, cosy, undemanding and pleasant

Reviews

Praise for Lilian Jackson Braun: Light-hearted originals... The mix of crime and cats [is] catnip to readers who like both
Chicago Sun-Times
Lilian Jackson Braun keeps both paws planted on the side of charming
Los Angeles Times
Like dropping in on old and very dear friends
Tampa Tribune-Times
Braun writes with charm and sureness
Cleveland Plain Dealer
This droll and engaging mystery... firmly grips the reader... a lively witty tale bolstered by sharply etched characters
Publishers Weekly
Can best be compared to that cosiest of feelings - having a purring cat on your lap
Booklist
The entanglement is better than a Christie and the cat descriptions are terrific
Liverpool Daily Post
Great fun!
Lawrence Block
Mrs Braun has a breezy style; the cats are really smart
New York Times Book Review
Most detectives do their legwork on two legs. A few, however, do it on four...
Associated Press