4 of 5 stars to The Cat Who Lived High, the 11th book in the “Cat Who” cozy mystery series written by Lilian Jackson Braun in 1990. For fans of the series, this one’s a real treat. Qwill heads back “Down Below” to investigate something back in Junktown, where he formerly resided (sort of) prior to the Pickax Klingenschoen inheritance. It’s a good cross between the two places… but Braun takes it a step further, tricking fans into believing she’s killed off Qwill in this book. It’s a bit of a nightmare for us fans, but in the end, the spoiler is, he’s alive… which is not a spoiler at this point because you know the series goes on for at least another 15 books. But the fun and humor associated with the whole situation is quite amusing. It’s a fun change of pace that should delight readers with a little sarcasm to pickup the pace in the books.
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