4 of 5 stars to The Cat Who Said Cheese, the 18th book in the “Cat Who” cozy mystery series, published in 1995 and written by Lilian Jackson Braun. Braun had a solid edition with this one, full of great characters, small town charm and a tasty murder or two. The cat are at it again with a flair for different cheeses… and after all, when the cat’s away, the mice will play. I enjoyed this book, and it’s one of the better ones in the series. The Great Food Expo hits Pickax, and we know this town loves food. When a murder happens, everyone’s surprised… even tho it’s at least the 18th time in 5 years. People just die in this town, quite frequently; however, that’s what makes it so fun. In this one, all the townspeople try to help Qwill figure out who did the deed… and they expect him to solve it. His mustache is twitching and that usually means he’s on to something. When you live in a small town, people will talk. When out-of-towners from outside the county venture in, people will talk. But in the end, it’s all those helpful clues which make the puzzle that much more easy to solve. These are fun books to devour in a single sitting for a few hours… makes for a doozy of an afternoon when you need some light reading.
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