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Lilian Jackson Braun 2-in-1 Edition, Volume 1

The Cat Who Blew the Whistle and The Cat Who Came to Breakfast
Series: The Cat Who…, Book 16-17
Length: 5 hrs and 57 mins
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Phoenix Books brings together two of Braun's best mysteries in this first volume in the series of two-in-one editions, featuring:

The Cat Who Blew the Whistle: Jim Qwilleran and his feline sleuths investigate the disappearance of a wealthy railroad buff - and alleged multimillion-dollar embezzler - a case that becomes complicated by red herrings, a tragic train wreck, and murder in a railroad tavern.

The Cat Who Came to Breakfast: Qwilleran and his Siamese cats, Koko and Yum Yum, journey to a peaceful island paradise that is rapidly being developed into a luxurious resort, where a series of mysterious "accidents" has been occurring.

©1992, 1997 Lilian Jackson Braun (P)2018 Phoenix Books

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Koko and Yum Yum always offer Grand Adventure!

I have been reading Lilian Jackson Braun cat heavy Mysteries for more than 20 years. when I read one that I read 5 or 10 years ago, it is like encountering an old friend!

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Not George Guidall narration.

Without him, the man of a thousand voices, I didn't always know who was speaking. More importantly, without Guidall's presentation, these stories are just plain silly. I've read at least a dozen of the Cat Who books performed by Guidall and he presents them seriously, leaving us to enjoy their humor and light-hearted drama without melodramatic embellishments. This 2-in-1 deal was not a bargain.