The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers

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Jove Books, Dec 18, 2007 - Fiction - 228 pages
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Polly Duncan is off to Paris, temporarily leaving Jim Qwilleran without his lady companion. Good thing there's lots to keep Jim busy. Like a mysterious death from a bee sting that leaves everyone but Koko the Siamese in a state of confusion. If only the kitty with sixty whiskers would stop pussyfooting around and let Jim in on the deadly secret

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The writing style seemed fragmented and incomplete. - Goodreads
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I decided to stop at #27 and imagine my own ending. - Goodreads
Ms. Braun must do lots of research! - Goodreads

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User Review  - missreaderbooks - LibraryThing

This review contains spoilers! Well this is it, the last book of the Cat Who series. One thing to keep in mind is that the author didn't intend The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers to be the very last book ... Read full review

Review: The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers (Cat Who... #29)

User Review  - Beth Garrett - Goodreads

The Cat Who series has been a favorite if mine since 1992. I have read almost all if the books to date. My love of mystery and felines are married in each book so well that I never want to reach the ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Lilian Jackson Braun was born on June 20, 1913. After starting out as a copywriter for Detroit department stores, she worked for The Detroit Free Press for nearly 30 years. In the 1960s, her cat died in a fall from a 10th-floor window in Detroit. Neighbors later told her that someone pushed the cat. To work through her feelings, she wrote a short story based on the incident. The result was her first three novels, The Cat Who Could Read Backwards, The Cat Who Ate Danish Modern, and The Cat Who Turned On and Off. After an 18-year break, she published The Cat Who Saw Red. During her lifetime, she wrote 29 titles in The Cat Who... series. She died on June 4, 2011 of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at the age of 97.

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