HBO's Emmy-winning Last Week Tonight with John Oliver presents the story of a Very Special boy bunny who falls in love with another boy bunny. Meet Marlon Bundo, a lonely bunny who lives with his Grampa, Mike Pence - the Vice President of the United States. But on this Very Special Day, Marlon's life is about to change forever....
God bless John Oliver!!! A wonderfully fantastic book. perfect for the year we have had.
Times are changing in Pickax, and it all makes for some newsworthy notes for the "Qwill Pen". A new senior center is in the works, and a frisky production of Cats is set to delight Moose County residents, human and feline alike. Polly Duncan is off to Paris, momentarily leaving Qwill without a companion for his apple-barn concerts, and The Librarians Who Lunch are getting read to put on a show of their spectacular Art Hats to help unite Pickax with its Lockmaster County neighbors.
if you have read every other book of this series, you will feel cheated. I felt cheated. I know she wanted to do one more but alas this one ended her beautiful reign. you can tell the lady is slipping, she says things that have been told differently in other books, like why Dennis killed himself in the barn or the fact that qwill did meet Shirley before ( The cat who knew a cardinal). And what the eff she has Polly leaving like that, I know she put in her note that she can buy new stuff when she gets back in 3 years but she sent her away like that?? leaving her cats?? I was sad at the end of this book. it was poorly written and a horrible end for a wonderful series.
Autumn has arrived, and the citizens of Pickax find themselves amid a clamor of activity. In addition to the opening of its latest theatrical production, the town is celebrating the dedication of a new bookstore and park built in memory of Pickax's beloved bookshop owner Edd Smith. Columnist Jim Qwilleran, participating in the festivities, is also busy with his latest book project: an account of a uniquely historic guest residence, the Hibbard House.
another good one! The store opens, Polly acts like she's never had a job before, and qwill saves the day.
While the town of Pickax is swept up in its sesquicentennial celebrations, Koko has developed a strange new hobby: He drops himself from balconies, occasionally landing in the oddest of places. When a young man comes to visit his wealthy relatives, Koko plummets straight onto his head!
you can tell she's getting near the end of her run. it's a good book but alas short and a lot of unanswered questions.
The development of a major resort complex at the southern end of Pear Island, affectionately known as Breakfast Island, is turning the town upside down. Local residents, summer people, and mainland fishermen are all hopping mad that the peace of their retreat is being shattered. But who is angry enough to murder?
love this one, I will always have a soft spot for Lori and Nick bamba and when they need help qwill jumps. also a lovely introduction to miss Elizabeth cage, who turns to Liz heart sometime but in this one she's the meek princess
While sifting through closets of junk in the mansion they have rented, Qwill and Koko uncover a mystery involving the suicide of the former owner and the murder of a potato farmer. By the author of The Cat Who Wasn't There.
love this one! arch and Mildred get married, junior has a baby, and qwill plays Santa! fun times and a happy addition of Mrs Robinson
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The Expo begins with a literal bang: a bomb wrecks the hotel, killing a housekeeper and causing extensive damage. Luckily for Pickax, Qwill is on the scene, his moustache twitching with suspicions that this bomb was intended as something stronger than a warning to someone. His evidence: Koko and Yum Yum's new interest in cheese, especially Gruyere, Brie and Feta. Qwill and the Siamese are on a case that will demand all their feline intuition and mustachioed insight!
The lovely lady puts so much in her books, every detail is amazing and honestly I was stumped the first go round on who did it.
Back in Pickax, Jim Qwilleran expects to resume a quiet life, but the people and animals of Pickax have other ideas. A noisy cardinal wakes him every morning. Nosy neighbors drop by uninvited, and the Siamese misbehave, even sneezing on guests. As if they weren't bad enough, Qwill's long-time companion acts as though she is in love, with another man. But worst of all, Qwill finds a body in his apple orchard.
The narrator is amazing and does the voices justice. Polly plays the field and qwill and koko solve another one easily.
This audiobook profiles Lilian Jackson Braun. Best known as the author of the Cat Who, a series of mystery novels, Braun continued writing until her death in 2011.
if you love her books, you'll love this book. very informative and lovely information. a good book
As soon as banker Willard Carmichael and his flashy young wife, Danielle, arrive in Pickax, the town is hit by a rash of pilfering that soon escalates from a stolen pair of sunglasses and gloves to the entire charity collection of the Indian Village Bridge Club. Then Willard is murdered in an apparent mugging, and his wife's cousin, Carter Lee, appears to be too eager to pick up where Willard left off on a valuable business project. Luckily for Pickax, Qwill and the cats decide to do some surreptitious investigating before the small town is destroyed by a big-time crime wave.
don't waste your money on this version of this book!! the person reading this book sounds like he has spot stuck in his mouth and there are big chunks of book missing.