3.5 of 5 stars (rounded up) to The Cat Who Moved a Mountain, the 13th book in the “Cat Who” cozy mystery series, written in 1992 by Lilian Jackson Braun. Just when you thought things couldn’t get any kookier with this series, Qwill up and moves to the Potato Mountains. He needs some time away from everyone and everything in Pickax, to that he can decide his future. The 5 years he was required to live in Pickax in order to keep the K-Fund inheritance are up, and he’s to leave… but does he want to? That is the question… at least until he meets the Big Potato people and the Little Potato people, in reference to which side of the mountain the inhabitants live on. But when someone is murdered, it’s those bad lil taters that caused… but Qwill doesn’t think so, and he’s soon swept up in trying to solve the crime, forgetting about his own decision. What’s fun about this book is it sets the stage for Qwill’s decision to remain in Moose County, even after the inheritance is officially his to keep. But seriously… potato people? I had to look it up. No such thing in Michigan… but there is a Potato Mountain in California. Coincidence?
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