In this new addition to the best-selling Cat Who. series Pickax is preparing for its sesquicentennial celebration, and in the midst of all the family reunions, the Siamese super-sleuth Koko smells trouble. One evening Koko pounces down on the head of the wealthy Ledfields' obnoxious nephew, and when the Ledfields fall ill, Jim Qwilleran begins to think that Koko's behavior is more forewarning than feline frolicking.
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by Lilian Jackson Braun
"George Guidall obligingly takes us back to Pickax, 400 miles from anywhere, in this Lilian Braun offering. Koko, that Siamese super cat, dives from his master Qwill's balcony onto the head of a visiting architect. This folksy mystery has all the eccentric characters and kindly folk that Braun fans adore, and Guidall has his unique, and by now well-recognized, voices that bring the community to life. Fans can't get enough of the Cat Who . . . series, and hearing the novels performed by Guidall makes the experience all the more enjoyable. Listeners hoping to hear Koco's distinctive death yowl will not be disappointed. It's hard to imagine that anyone but George Guidall could make a feline hero so real. D.L.G. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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