Featuring: James Qwilleran; Koko and Yum Yum
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Mystery Pet Lovers
The Cat Who Tailed a Thief, The Cat Who Sang for the
Birds, The Cat Who Saw Stars
"In The Cat Who Tailed a Thief, the residents of
Pickax are plagued by a rash of petty thievery - which
begins when banker Willard Carmichael and his flashy young
wife move in. But when Willard is killed in an apparent
mugging Down Below, Qwill is suspicious, especially when
Willard's house-restoration project in Pickax is inherited
by his widow's cousin - whose wealthy new wife then dies
on her honeymoon! The clues are as elusive as a cat
burglar in the night. But with Koko's help, Qwill intends
to catch a thief - and a killer."
"An early spring comes to Moose County in The Cat Who
Sang for the Birds, and Qwill is looking forward to
the peaceful beauty of nature's rebirth. What he gets
instead is a chorus of noisy birds that constantly wakes
him from a sound sleep - especially when Koko insists on
joining in with his own feline version of birdcalling. But
soon Qwill is wondering whether Koko is trying to say more
than just "Tweet tweet": a series of strange events -
starting with an act of vandalism and culminating in a
mysterious chain of death and disappearance - has Pickax
in a similar uproar. This spring, it seems, a cat's fancy
may turn to crime solving."
UFOs in Mooseville? In The Cat Who Saw Stars,
rumors abound that a missing backpacker has been abducted,
and it looks like Qwilleran's sedate summer may be
interrupted by an investigation - with the help of his own
little aliens, Koko and Yum Yum. When the backpacker's
body turns up - and transplanted Floridian Owen Bowen is
found dead soon after - the search for intelligent life
turns into a close encounter with a killer.
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