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The Cat Who Turned On and Off par [Braun, Lilian Jackson]
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The team of Koko, the brilliant Siamese cat, and Qwilleran, the reporter with the perceptive moustache, is back in action--with an adorable female Siamese, Yum Yum, added to the household.

When Qwilleran decides to do a feature story on Junktown, he gets more than he bargained for. Not the dope den he anticipated, Junktown is a haven for antique dealers and collectors--as strange a lot as the crafty reporter has ever encountered. When a mysterious fall ends the career--and the life--of one of Junktown's leading citizens, Qwilleran is convinced it was no accident. But, as usual, it takes Koko to prove he's right.

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Qwilleran and Koko, the beautiful Siamese cat, are back on the mystery beat. When a mysterious fall ends the life of one of Junktown's leading citizens, Qwilleran is convinced it was no accident. And Koko is about to prove him right. Reissue.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 678 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 271 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0515087947
  • Editeur : Jove (1 décembre 1986)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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Par cara le 21 février 2013
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mon mari est en train de le lire, il adore les romans de Lilian Braun Jackson et attend avec impatience la suite
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HASH(0x9ae29ac8) étoiles sur 5 Those Magisterial Cats 5 avril 2005
Par Dennis Phillips - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
In this, the third offering in this series we find that our hero Jim Qwilleran has a new assignment with the Daily Fluxion. In the second book we saw him change assignments but for some reason there is no explanation for this change. Whatever the reason, Qwilleran is now a feature writer and has decided to do all that he can to win a writing contest sponsored by the Fluxion because he could really use the prize money to move out of the third-rate hotel he and his cats are occupying. A taxi driver mentions an area called Junktown to the writer who assumes that it is a high traffic narcotics area. That is just the kind of story that an old crime reporter can sink his teeth in to but alas, Qwilleran finds out that Junktown is really an antiquing area filled with junk stores.

Reluctantly Qwilleran heads out for Junktown and quickly finds himself intrigued with the area and it's colorful collection of characters. The development of quirky and fun characters is an area in which this author excels and she may have outdone herself with this group. He also finds that a prominent Junker recently died in what the police have called an accident but the veteran reporter's mustache tells him that it was no accident. Soon, Qwilleran is not only involved with the people of Junktown but he rents an apartment from one of the junk dealers and he and the cats move right in. The stories that he is generating from Junktown please his editor and he thinks that there is a good chance he will win the paper's prize money. But all the while he is still working to solve the mystery of the junk dealer's death.

Shortly after his arrival in Junktown, Qwilleran's landlord is killed in an apparent fall while scrounging for goodies in an abandoned house that is about to be torn down. Again the police call it an accident and again Qwilleran is not so sure that it was accidental. Finally the cats do their thing and the whole case is cleared up but not before the cats once again save Qwilleran's life.

This book, unlike it's predecessors is a little light on the mystery angle until the end of the book but as before, the clues are there all through the story. The reporter and the readers just seem to let them slip right by. Finally however, the reporter and the reader will began to put two and two together and figure out that there is definitely something fishy in Junktown.

Once again Lilian Jackson Braun has produced a delightfully lighthearted mystery that I suspect any mystery lover will fall in love with. If you don't fall in love with the story you will assuredly fall in love with Koko and Yum Yum, super cats par excellence.
15 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9ae893f0) étoiles sur 5 A delightful listen! 25 août 2004
Par NewMichele - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette
I purchased this book on audiocassette and, as someone who enjoys both murder mysteries and cats, enjoyed it thoroughly. The author certainly is a cat person, and she spices the whodunit with humorous cat incidents. Each "kitty break" brought a smile to my face. It's also nice to enjoy a family-friendly story for a change.
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HASH(0x9ae29f54) étoiles sur 5 Reporter/sleuth solves a mystery with help of feline friend. 30 novembre 1997
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Certainly one of the best in the Cat series, and one of the earliest. Qwilleran and his feline companion Koko take on Junktown, an antique dealers' section of the city which has fallen into ruin and (eeekkk!!) murder. While living in Junktown, Mr. Q soaks up the local color, writes an award-winning documentary and solves a curious murder with the help of his faithful and brilliant sidekick Koko, and KoKo's favorite feline Yum Yum. Harkens back to the early series (pre-millionaire) phase of Mr. Q's career as a reporter/sleuth with lots of colorful characters, antique-collecting/urban renewal, and a delightful mystery. Very enjoyable reading!!
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HASH(0x9ae897ec) étoiles sur 5 if you are a Cat Who fan if you are not then 3 or 4 3 janvier 2004
Par Jeanne Tassotto - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Jim Qwilleran, Qwill to his friends, has decided to ease his cash flow problem by winning the prize offered by The Daily Fluxion for the best story of the year. Qwill is a feature writer for the paper but his doubts that anything on his usual beat of interior design will achieve this goal so he pitches the idea of a heart touching story about Christmas in Junktown. His editor agrees and then Qwill finds out that the junk in Junktown is not narcotics but instead refers to the low end of the antique trade.
There is no option for Qwill but to try and make the best of the situation. He soon becomes immersed in the characters of Junktown even locating a new apartment there for himself and his two Siamese cats. Qwill keeps hearing of a tragic death that occured in the community a few weeks before, a death that seems odd to him but that everyone around him keeps insisting must have been accidental. As more tragic accidents and odd occurences that place Qwill becomes more convinced that Junktown is no as crime free as his neighbors would like to believe. As always Qwill, with the help of his cats, solve the mysteries.
This, the third entry into the Cat Who series, was orginally published in 1968 which becomes evident whenever prices are mentioned. Other than that the story holds up well and could be enjoyed even by some one who is not familiar with the series. For fans of the series please note that it is not set in the familiar Moose County of the later books but is instead located in a "large Mid-western city'. As is common for this series some old familiar characters make repeat appearances if only in passing.
11 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9ae89af8) étoiles sur 5 THE BEST BOOK SERRIES EVER 18 février 2005
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
The Cat Who is the best serries ever full of humor wit and complexity,

James Macentosh Qwilerin is a off beat repoter/Billion air with his 2 cats Koko and Yumyum who are no shorter than extra ordinary.

This is the best book serries I have ever read and would recomend it to any one over 10.

Trevor Oliver

12 Years old
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