When an affluent railcar owner disappears with millions of dollars belonging to Moose County investors, international police launch an intense search for the fugitive. But journalist-detective Jim Qwilleran and his feline crimebusters find a trail much closer to home, only to be deterred by a train wreck and shocking murder. Only Qwill and the cats can unravel the truth in this riveting mystery. Lilian Jackson Braun's seventeenth Cat Who... adventure is a sure winner that will enthrall her devoted fans and attract many new ones.
Copyright ©1994 by Lilian Jackson Braun; Copyright (P)1995 by Dove Audio, Inc.
I am a huge fan of "the Cat Who" books by L.J. Braun and I have read or listened to all of them over the years. However, and with no disrespect intended, I was very disappointed in the reader. I had gotten used to hearing George Guidall do the other Braun audiobooks (i have several on cd) - and I absolutely love the sound of and way he reads! So, to hear this other man was unexpected when the book began. I still enjoy the cat stories - they are all excellent and great fun - but I didn't care for the performance, I'm sorry to say.
It was worth the listen, but I won't purchase another one with this particular reader...
As much as I love "The Cat Who" books, this isn't one of my favorites. It is well done and well worht buying and litening to. A good one for your collection.
I love the entire cat who series and I believe I've heard all of them and read some them as well. Lillian Jackson Braun puts you right there in the room with quilleran and his cats. you feel like you're walking down the streets of pickax with him or watching him ride his "tandem bicycle" and solving mysteries with him. How can you not love these stories.
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