The Cat Who Tailed A Thief - Plot Summary

Plot Summary

The residents of Pickax take pride in a town which has considerably less crime than the places "Down Below." However, this holiday season has seen a streak of small crimes. New in town is the bank manager, Willard Carmichael and wife Danielle. Her cousin wants to historically restore Pleasant Ave, but something seems amiss to Qwill. Two deaths soon follow. One of the victims is a prominent figure of Pickax and the other is Willard.

"The Cat Who..." series by Lilian Jackson Braun
  • The Cat Who... Could Read Backwards (1966)
  • Ate Danish Modern (1967)
  • Turned On and Off (1968)
  • Saw Red (1986)
  • Played Brahms (1987)
  • Played Post Office (1988)
  • Knew Shakespeare (1988)
  • Sniffed Glue (1988)
  • Went Underground (1989)
  • Talked to Ghosts (1990)
  • Lived High (1990)
  • Knew a Cardinal (1991)
  • Moved a Mountain (1991)
  • Wasn't There (1992)
  • Went Into the Closet (1993)
  • Came to Breakfast (1994)
  • Blew the Whistle (1995)
  • Said Cheese (1996)
  • Tailed a Thief (1997)
  • Sang for the Birds (1998)
  • Saw Stars (1999)
  • Robbed a Bank (2000)
  • Smelled a Rat (2001)
  • Went Up the Creek (2002)
  • Brought Down the House (2003)
  • Talked Turkey (2004)
  • Went Bananas (2005)
  • Dropped a Bombshell (2006)
  • Had 60 Whiskers (2007)
  • Smelled Smoke (ppd)
  • The Cat Who Had 14 Tales (1988)
  • Short and Tall Tales (2002)
  • The Private Life of the Cat Who... (2004)

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