4 out of 5 stars to The Cat Who Talked to Ghosts, the 10th book in the Cat Who series by Lilian Jackson Braun. Ugh… this was such a sad one to read. I loved the series and read a bunch all in a row. This was mixed in the middle of the long read, towards the early middle part of the entire series… but poor Iris Cobb is killed. It’s not a spoiler, as it says so in the book jacket cover. But she was my favor transplant from Down Below… when she came up with her antique business and kept Qwill company… I was so happy for him. I didn’t want them to get together romantically, but I loved the friendship. I think it was a huge series change, but also a big mistake, for this character to be murdered. Don’t you hate it when the author does something like that? All in all, it was a good book. I loved the concept of ghosts. I liked the mystery. I was happy with the emotions and sentiments around the funeral. And it ended on a good note… but I will always wonder what could have been, had Iris Cobb made it a few more books!
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