3 out of 5 stars to The Cat Who Robbed a Bank, the 22nd book in the “Cat Who” cozy mystery series, written in 1999 by Lilian Jackson Braun. In this catscapade (I think I am coining a new word here… probably not), a smooth ladies man or sorts descends on Pickax, taking ladies to tea. It’s not as fun as it sounds… he’s murdered. And his assistant looks guilty. But was it really her? Qwill gets to wear a disguise. The Scottish roots and heritage are in full play, which I love. And the characters all come out for this one. Overall, it wasn’t a favorite in the series. It had a few open plot points and too many disconnects, but it was also strong with the humor, characters and connection. So it evened out. The series was just about starting to wind down around here. I envisioned a true bank robbery, but as always, there is a play on words!
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