The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare

The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare

Book - 1988
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Qwilleran inherits a mansion and staff in Pickax and takes an interest in the local paper, but gets even more involved when the publisher dies in a car crash.
Publisher: New York : Jove Books, 1988.
ISBN: 9780515095821
Call Number: BRAUN
Characteristics: 201 p. ; 18 cm.
Subjects: Mystery fiction.
Cats -- Fiction.
Siamese cat -- Fiction.
Death -- Fiction.
Inheritance and succession -- Fiction.
Journalists -- United States -- Fiction.
Qwilleran, Jim (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.


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EuSei Sep 11, 2012

Fun reading, very entertaining as were the prior books. BUT... I found it quite silly a hunter explaining how to get good deer meat by letting the animal bleed until the heart stopped beating. This is silly because all animals die when the heart stops beating; hunters do not control how long the heart beats. The heart might have stopped, but it does not mean the blood is all gone! Talk about anti-hunting prose! I hope the next books don’t go deeper into more bashing propaganda—either smoking or hunting or eating… It would be a pity.

hermlou Dec 15, 2010

Braun must have run out of inspiration, for this book isn't as good as some of her others. There are several murders and two large fires, more than a small town can reasonably handle.


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