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I have to say that so far this is one of the best in The Cat Who series as far as suspense and unexpected plot twists are concerned. Lilian Jackson Braun is one of my favorite escapist authors and as such I usually know what is going to happen but the characters keep me engaged. Not so with this book. I thoroughly enjoyed the twists and turns in this one and I could not put it down until I finished it. Qwill starts the story in the hospital after someone tries to run him over during his daily bike ride. It does not take long for Qwill and Koko to figure out that this bit of foul play is connected to Qwill's habit of snooping into criminal activity; this time the activity surrounds a young housemaid and one of the town's prominent sons. As Qwill and Koko dig deeper into the mystery of the missing girl the people surrounding the case begin to die strange, unexpected deaths with the final death being the most surprising of all. As usual our dynamic duo solves the case and life is good until the next mystery begins.
I adore Tolkien's world and creatures.
Materialist explanations of history and culture. Alright.