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ebook / ISBN-13: 9780755389704

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An innocent death…or a sinister murder?

Feline detectives Koko and Yum Yum return in Lilian Jackson Braun’s The Cat Who Talked to Ghosts. Perfect for fans of cosy crime and cats.


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

Late one night, Jim Qwilleran is disturbed by the shrill ringing of the telephone. His erstwhile landlady, Iris Cobb, now resident manager of the Goodwinter Farm Museum, is distraught. Knowing her frail state of health, Qwill is concerned and becomes even more so when their connection is severed. Arriving at the museum he finds Iris slumped on the kitchen floor. But what at first looks like a natural demise from heart disease proves to be much more sinister. Once more the detective talents of Koko and Yum Yum, Qwill’s sleuthing Siamese companions, are in demand in Pickax City.

What readers are saying about The Cat Whoseries:

Relaxing escapism with gentle twists and turns

One of my favourite mysteries of all time!’

‘This book is a page turner; I got so caught up in it I found it hard to put down

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
The fastidious plotting is designed to appeal to more than just the cat-lover
The Times
The tale is as cosy as an hour spent with your favourite cat
Publishers Weekly
It's a Wonderful Life meets The Aristocats in this daft but endearing whodunnit
Liverpool Daily Post
Irresistible
Booklist
Another from the series that delights so many
Gwendoline Butler, <i> Crime Time </i>
Most detectives do their legwork on two legs. A few, however, do it on four...
Associated Press
The ideal bedtime tales for grown-ups
Los Angeles Times
An offbeat series with a good deal of charm
The Baltimore Sun
A series which has more twists and turns than a tabby's tail. This whimsical offering will probably leave you wondering where your tom is tonight
South Wales Evening Argus