Review: The Cat Who Blew the Whistle

The Cat Who Blew the Whistle Book Review
3+ out of 5 stars to The Cat Who Blew the Whistle, the 17th book in the “Cat Who” cozy mystery series, written in 1994 by Lilian Jackson Braun. I’m closing in on the final reviews for all these crazy cat books… I read them all in order… all 30+ of them from about 1998 until 2010. Now I’m writing the reviews… out of order… by order in which I remember them. And this one, tho I do recall some key parts revolving around a crazy train accident… it fell in the middle ground of likability in terms of the entire series. It had a decent plot… and good questions… like… does a train just have an accident on its own, or is it part of an elaborate scheme to bring someone down. And what if someone else associated with the train is murdered. Don’t worry, KoKo is on the case — he blew the whistle on the creep(s). Love the play on words. OK, enough filler… I unfortunately do not remember a ton about this particular book. What I do recall is that it follows the usual formula, has a couple of good new characters, the murderer is different than you’d expect in this type of a novel… and well… I need to hurry up and finish these Cat books. Right?

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