3.5 out of 5 stars for The Cat Who Sang for the Birds, the 20th book in the “Cat Who” cozy mystery series by Lilian Jackson Braun. Well kiddoes… only 3 books in this 30+ series for me to complete a book review on… I can’t believe it’s coming to an end. This was a really traditional cozy… reminds you of apple pie and a lovely spring day where everything’s just shiny and pretty and calm. But those darn birds won’t stop tweeting. Though I read this 10 years before I had my dog Ryder, I can imagine him trying to catch the birds and kill them — just as Koko felt in this book. The town’s all abuzz over some strange happenings, including weird and early weather. The mystery is light. The characters are fun. It’s a good book in this series, but I understand there are a lot to keep up with. The murders make sense, that is, the reason for them and the root killer. But in the end, why would anyone ever stay in this town? Seriously, Qwill… you’re a good guy and all, and I’ll probably turn into you in about 30 years, but I don’t want to die. Move. Now.
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