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[Lilian Jackson Braun] è The Cat Who Went Underground [plays PDF] Ebook Epub Download ☆ I am a big fan of the Cat Who series Braun s side stories of adventure 3 Tree Island and local culture make the storya taste of small town flavor than a pure mystery story However this mystery the timing of the reveal, subject matter and plausibility was my least favorite of this series.
I did, however, enjoy the audio rendition, as I caughtof the subtle humor in this book than I had in previous reads in the series.
Jim, che ormai deve vivere nella tranquilla cittadina vicino al lago, per via dell eredit , decide che per l estate vuole ritornare nel suo cottage sul lago e vuole ampliarlo, anche per permettere ai suoi siamesi una giusta sistemazione I lavori iniziano, ma i carpentieri spariscono nel nulla troppo velocemente.
Sar proprio Koko a captare l odore di sangue e trovare il corpo di uno di essi e a Jim Qwilleran spetter il compito di scovare l assassino.
Finora, la storia che pi mi ha incuriosita ed quella che pi rispecchia l a che Jim ha per i suoi due gatti siamesi speciali, Koko e Yum Yum.
Jim Qwilleran Packs Up His Old Kit Bag And His Two Siamese Cats, Koko And Yum Yum, For A Sun And Fun Summer At His Log Cabin In Moose County Their Vacation Starts Out Ominously With The Disappearance Of A Handyman Hired To Patch Up Qwilleran S Cabin But The Felines Really Start Throwing Catfits When They Come Across A Dead Body Or TwoA Serial Killer May Be Right Under Koko S Nose, And Now This Ingenious Siamese Must Dig Deeper To Clear Poor Qwilleran Of Suspicion And Dig Up The Motive For A Catastrophic Crime My mom got me started reading these books probably 20 or so years ago They are cute, pleasant, easy reads that aren t deep, and you can truly have a laugh at some of the shenanigans that goes on Jim Qwilleran decides to take Koko and Yum Yum back to the log cabin in Moose County While there, he encounters joys of home ownership when a variety of items are in need of repair plumbing, electrical, etc He also decides against the advice of his neighbors, to add a wing to the cabin His first problem is to find a carpenter to do it His next problem is keeping the carpenter from disappearing He ends up hiring a lazy unlicensed carpenter named Iggy Leave it to Koko to be on the case of finding the missing carpetners This was a fun read I especially enjoyed Qwilleran s adventure on Three Tree Island I really enjoy these books its the mysteries I don t really enjoy The characters are truly lovable The cats are so much fun, so much trouble, and so much adorable And maybe psychic There are several deaths murders in this particular book, but there is no real mystery solving There are many really nice stories Descriptions of the scenery is lovely The cabin is a very comfortable place, even though there are a lot of hilarious mishaps there I just would like a littleof the mystery to be solved by the protagonist before it is suddenly all figured out I really did enjoy this one, thoughthan I thought I was going to.
This is another of Braun s charming mysteries about James Qwilleran, of the famous huge mustache I always picture him as Sam Elliott Former crime reporter from the big city, he s inherited a fortune, but only if he lives in Pickax, in rustic Moose County 400 miles north of everywhere which comes complete with a rotating cast of curious characters, questionable dealings, murder suspects, and love interests Qwill writes a column for the local paper, so he s always investigating for stories some of which you guessed it turn out to be true mysteries He s aided in his cogitations by his two Siamese cats, Koko and Yum Yum, his constant companions.
I love the northern American setting of these mysteries the people and settings remind me of my hometown and travels in rural Michigan and indeed, are based on Braun s life in Bad Axe, MI These books are even better if you re a Humor, strange characters mark latest cat cozy mysteryWe wanted to try arecent 1989 entry in Braun s Cat Who series, this one written some 23 years and 7 or 8 novels since the inaugural Cat Who Could read Backwards published in 1966 We thought this one might be a bitmodern, but that was not to be the case as our leading man Jim Qwilleran, and his main cat Koko, solve another light mystery set in rural Mooseville, a northern backwoods Apparently Qwill has inherited a large fortune since the first outing, making his decision to spend summer vacation in a dumpy cottage in a dumpy little town rather questionable Don t expect much of a mystery, as unrelated humor, extraneous characters and irrelevant happenings dominate the tale The plot itself is littlethan a short story about carpenters disappearing a connection nobody but our hero can discern , culminating in a When Qwill decides a summer at the cabin is just what he and the cats need, he had no idea what he was getting himself into The cabin is in need of repairs and no longer large enough to accommodate he and the Siamese Between repairwomen and on again, off again contractors, one week is proving too much.
This story isn t one of my faves What I like about this series is the lighthearted nature of it, and this one went to a darker place than usual Still going to finish the series though, all twenty nine of them.
In one of the earlier books in the series, Qwilleran takes a break at the cabin with the cats He meets new unusual characters and the regular cast, except Polly are invited An enjoyable read.
I ve read many reviews of The Cat Who books where people complain about the character James Qwilleran, but I ve never found him unlikeable, just human Maybe Qwill and I have been spending too much together lately, but in this 9th outing, he got on my nerves a bit As the novel opens, Qwill has decided to load Koko and YumYum into their traveling picnic hamper and leave Pickaxe to spend some time at the Klingenschoen cabin by the lake in Moose County Once there, despite the beauty of his surroundings he proceeded to piss and moan and generally be useless about all the little things that needed to be done to rough it in the luxurious cabin Maybe all that money is going to his head Maybe he s grouchy and horny because Polly was away in England for the summer Whatever, he was just annoy