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The Cat Who Sniffed Glue

by Lilian Jackson Braun

Living in the peaceful city of Pickax may be restful, but it certainly isn't dull. At least not for one of the most eligible bachelors in town, veteran newspaperman Jim Qwilleran. Having inherited millions, Qwilleran and his two feline companions, Koko and Yum Yum, are preparing to settle down into a life of purrfect luxury. That is, until the son of a rich banker and his wife are found murdered. To the police, it looks like a robbery gone awry. But then Koko develops an odd appetite for glue. Qwilleran doesn't spot the clue until his beloved Siamese's taste for paste tangles them in a web of love, danger, and their stickiest case yet!

The Cat Who Tailed a Thief

by Lilian Jackson Braun

The delightful New York Times bestselling mystery series continues with "another winner!" (Austin American-Statesman) In this latest installment, prizewinning reporter Jim Qwilleran--along with his lovable Siamese cats Koko and Yum Yum--solve a mystery that arises when a local banker dies under suspicious circumstances, leaving behind a flashy young widow, an unfinished house-restoration project, and a trail of clues as elusive as a cat burglar in the night . . .

The Cat Who Talked Turkey

by Lilian Jackson Braun

It's almost time for the gala groundbreaking for the Pickax bookstore--and the town of Brrr is preparing for its bicentennial celebration. All the festivities, however, are spoiled by the discovery of a man's body on James Qwilleran's property. Could it be the work of the killer who used the same methods in northern Michigan? To solve the case, Qwill and his feline pals, Koko and Yum Yum, will have to prick up their ears and determine who committed this foul deed.

The Cat Who Turned On and Off

by Lilian Jackson Braun

The team of Koko, the brilliant Siamese cat, and Qwilleran, the reporter with the perceptive moustache, is back in action--with an adorable female Siamese, Yum Yum, added to the household.When Qwilleran decides to do a feature story on Junktown, he gets more than he bargained for. Not the dope den he anticipated, Junktown is a haven for antique dealers and collectors--as strange a lot as the crafty reporter has ever encountered. When a mysterious fall ends the career--and the life--of one of Junktown's leading citizens, Qwilleran is convinced it was no accident. But, as usual, it takes Koko to prove he's right.

The Cat Who Wasn't There

by Lilian Jackson Braun

Qwill's on his way to Scotland--and on his way to solving another purr-plexing mystery. But this time Koko's nowhere the scene of the crime. He and Yum Yum are back in Pickax being coddled by a catsitter...but Koko won't sit still once Qwill's traveling party returns--minus one member. He's behaving oddly, and Qwill knows what that means: Koko may have been miles away from the murder scene, but he's just a whisker away from cracking the case!

The Cat Who Went Bananas

by Lilian Jackson Braun

The merry atmosphere in Pickax is dampened by the death of an out-of-town actor and the theft of a rare book. Qwill finds himself distracted from the events by his finicky pal Koko, who's been acting more fishy than feline. Has Koko gone bananas, or is he trying to let the cat out of the bag to solve the dual mysteries?

The Cat Who Went into the Closet

by Lilian Jackson Braun

Qwill's moved into the old Gage mansion--and the cats are on a treasure hunt! The house's fifty closets are crammed with several generations of junk, and while Qwill investigates two recent deaths--those of the mansion's former occupant and a local potato farmer--Koko investigates the contents of the closets. Qwill and the cats are unearthing some suprising skeletons--and bringing long-buried secrets to light...

The Cat Who Went to Heaven

by Elizabeth Coatsworth Raoul Vitale

In ancient Japan, a struggling artist is angered when his housekeeper brings home a tiny white cat he can barely afford to feed. But when the village's head priest commissions a painting of the Buddha for a healthy sum, the artist softens toward the animal he believes has brought him luck. <P><P> According to legend, the proud and haughty cat was denied the Buddha's blessing for refusing to accept his teachings and pay him homage. So when the artist, moved by compassion for his pet, includes the cat in his painting, the priest rejects the work and decrees that it must be destroyed. It seems the artist's life is ruined as well -- until he is rewarded for his act of love by a Buddhist miracle. <P> This timeless fable has been a classic since its first publication in 1930, and this beautifully reillustrated edition brings the magic and wonder of the tale to a new generation of readers.<P> Newbery Medal Winner

The Cat Who Went to Paris

by Peter Gethers

"Norton is clearly a charmer, and Gethers tells his story with contagious affection....Will warm the heart of any confirmed cat-lover."THE WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLDBefore Peter Gethers met Norton, the publisher, screenwriter, and author was a confirmed cat-hater. Then everything changed. Peter opened his heart to the Scottish Fold kitten and their adventures to Paris, Fire Island, and in the subways of Manhattan took on the color of legend and mutual love. THE CAT WHO WENT TO PARIS proves that sometimes all it takes is paws and personality to change a life.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Cat Who Went Underground

by Lilian Jackson Braun

Jim Qwilleran packs up his old kit bag and his two Siamese cats, Koko and Yum Yum, for a sun-and-fun summer at his log cabin in Moose County. Their vacation starts off ominously with the disappearance of a handyman hired to patch up Qwilleran's cabin. But the felines really start throwing catfits when they come across a dead body or two. . . A serial killer may be right under Koko's nose, and now this ingenious Siamese must dig deeper to clear poor Qwilleran of suspicion - and dig up the buried motive for a catastrophic crime.

The Cat Who Went Up the Creek

by Lilian Jackson Braun

Jim Qwilleran is enjoying his stay at the Nutcracker Inn in Black Creek. His two Siamese, Koko and Yum Yum, don't seem quite as pleased with the accommodations ...though Koko does enjoy keeping a keen eye on the squirrels and other local wildlife. Then, while Koko's eagerly watching some jumping trout, he spots something else: a body, floating downstream. When it's revealed that the victim was a guest at the inn--and had nuggets of gold hidden in his shoes--Qwill dives into the case. And if he and the cats don't solve it soon, they're going to be up the creek without a paddle...

The Cat Who Wished to Be a Man

by Lloyd Alexander

When he begins dealing with humanity, Lionel the cat begins to understand why his wizard master was reluctant to change him into a man.

The Cat Who Wore a Pot on Her Head

by Ann Seidler Jan Slepian

Bendemolena decides she likes to wear a shiny pot on her head. When her mother asks her to run some errands, Bendemolena hears everything through the shiny pot. Confusion unfolds, but Bendemolena manages to pull through with a lot of fun and a smile.

The Cat Who Wouldn't Come Inside

by Cynthia Von Buhler

All tigers and tabbies, calicos and strays, kittens and cats, need love. And trust. They want things just so. And, sometimes, they do not want to come inside. But a little patience and a little attention can make all the difference . . .Here's a loving tribute to feline companionship, sure to warm human and kitty hearts-because cat company is worth waiting for!

The Cat Who'll Live Forever

by Peter Gethers

The final, poignant chapter in a trilogy of bestselling true stories about a floppy-eared Scottish Fold named Norton Peter Gethers was a confirmed cat hater until the day he received a six-week-old kitten as a gift. Walking the streets of New York with Norton tucked into his pocket, Gethers began forming an intense attachment to his new pet. Before long Norton was flying with his owner on the Concorde to Europe, sipping milk in Parisian cafés, and eating custom-made pounce pizzas at Spago. Soon Gethe...

Cat (Wildflowers #4)

by V. C. Andrews

"I felt like I was going to my own execution...." Cat had listened patiently as the other three girls in Dr. Marlowe's therapy group shared their innermost feelings. They had described their broken families honestly, to the point of pain. If Cat doesn't tell her own tale, the others will see it as a betrayal. So she has no choice. Or does she? Maybe she could lie -- just make something up. Anything would be better than the truth. For Cat has the darkest, most horrifying secret of them all....

Cat With a Clue

by Laurie Cass

The national bestselling author of Pouncing on Murder returns as librarian Minnie Hamilton and her rescue cat Eddie discover there's a true crime story unraveling in their own nonfiction section. . . . Early one morning while shelving books in the library, Minnie stumbles upon a dead body. Authorities identify the woman as an out-of-towner visiting Chilson for her great-aunt's funeral. What she was doing in the library after hours is anyone's guess . . . but Minnie and Eddie are determined to save the library's reputation and catch a killer. As rumors about the victim circulate through Chilson, the police are in a bind over a streak of baffling break-ins. Luckily, Minnie and Eddie are traveling the county in their bookmobile, and they'll stop at nothing to find the spineless killer before the final page is turned on someone else.

Cat with an Emerald Eye (A Midnight Louie Mystery)

by Carole Nelson Douglas

Carole Nelson Douglas's beloved sleuth is back in this sixth volume of the acclaimed Midnight Louie series. Our furry feline friend has dipped his paws into the muddy waters of murder once again--only this time, nothing is as it seems. Temple Barr, a redheaded public relations expert and Louie's human partner in detection, won't be trick-or-treating this Halloween Eve in Las Vegas: Her landlady, the eccentric Electra, is dragging her along to a séance intended to resurrect the spirit of Harry Houdini. Midnight Louie scoffs, as any sensible cat would do, but when the séance ends abruptly with the murder of a famous psychic, his well-trained nose smells something fishy, and it's not his dinner. When Temple discovers that the dead man was a debunker of false psychic phenomena, making any other supposed psychic in the room a prime suspect, she knows there's more to this case than meets the eye. Enter Mystifying Max the Magician, Temple's ex-lover and the victim's ex-student, who obviously knows more than he's telling about the murder. When Max gets in Temple's way, tampering with her emotions as well as with her crime scene, Louie realizes it's up to him to get to the bottom of this--before they find themselves at the bottom of a grave.

A Cat With No Clue (Alice Nestleton Mystery #19)

by Lydia Adamson

Actress and amateur sleuth Alice Nestleton thinks up the perfect anniversary gift for her elderly actor friends, Alex and Lila. She has a chef whip up a replica of the meal the couple shared on their first date. For better or worse, they eat every bite. The next day, they're dead - from food poisoning. Of course, the only witnesses are the couple's two little kittens. Definitely cute, but certainly not viable on the witness stand. To say that Alice is the prime suspect would be an extreme understatement. And while the actor in Alice may love the spotlight, this is not the kind of attention she needs ...

A Cat with No Regrets (Alice Nestleton Mystery #8)

by Lydia Adamson

[from the back cover] "Everything's coming up roses for Off-Broadway actress Alice Nestleton when she lands a part in a major motion picture. With her two finicky felines and the three Abyssinians owned by producer Dorothy Dodd tagging along, she's ooh-lalaing her ban chance all the way to Provence, France. Her dreams are dazzled by potential stardom...until this tilm-noir goes dark with violent death. It looks like Dorothy Dodd has taken her final curtain call. The local gendarme calls the fatal car crash an accident, but Alice smells a raton when she learns one of the cats is a million-dollar kitty with an ad contract better than Morris's. She must now find the missing cat. But I'amour may be the catalyst for still another crime--as passions and pussycats head for a rendezvous with death."

Cat Yoga

by Rick Tillotson

Featuring three classic yoga positions for cats, these mini note pads are as flexible as any feline, but are much more cooperative when you try to put them in your bag. 3 pads, 64 pages each

Cat Zodiac

by Maeva Considine Vikki Chu

Brand-new cat owners or those who have lived with a feline companion or two for years need only look to the stars to demystify cat behaviors. This zodiac collection delves into the inner lives of cats, exploring each sun sign and offering character traits, lifestyle insights, and relationship inclinations to help cat owners learn to live in harmony with their unique pets. Filled with whimsical illustrations, this book unlocks the secrets of the feline mystique.

Cataclysm

by David Stevenson

David Stevenson’s widely acclaimed history of World War I changes forever our understanding of that pivotal conflict. Countering the commonplace assumption that politicians lost control of events, and that the war, once it began, quickly became an unstoppable machine, Stevenson contends that politicians deliberately took risks that led to war in July 1914. Far from being overwhelmed by the unprecedented scale and brutality of the bloodshed, political leaders on both sides remained very much in control of events throughout. According to Stevenson, the disturbing reality is that the course of the war was the result of conscious choices--including the continued acceptance of astronomical casualties. In fluid prose, Stevenson has written a definitive history of the man-made catastrophe that left lasting scars on the twentieth century. Cataclysm is a truly international history, incorporating new research on previously undisclosed records from governments in Europe and across the world. From the complex network of secret treaties and alliances that eventually drew all of Europe into the war, through the bloodbaths of Gallipoli and the Somme, to the arrival of American forces, and the massive political, economic, and cultural shifts the conflict left in its wake, Cataclysm is a major revision of World War I history.

Cataclysm

by Tim Washburn

"Washburn brings a new kind of terror. "--Marc CameronFIRST THE GROUND SHAKES . . . At Yellowstone National Park, earthquake tremors are common. But today, park scientist Tucker Mayfield detects something different: a disturbing new increase in activity--and intensity . . .THEN THE LAVA RISES . . . Lurking beneath the park's natural wonders, earth's largest supervolcano begins to awaken after 640,000 years. If--or when--it blows, two-thirds of the North American continent will be destroyed . . .NOW THE WHOLE WORLD TREMBLES . . . IN FEAR Racing against time, Tucker Mayfield mobilizes a team to evacuate all visitors from the park--including his family at the Old Faithful Inn. But when the earthquakes intensify, and the death toll rises, a shockwave of panic spreads across the nation. Troops are deployed, emergency plans activated. But nothing can stop a natural disaster of this magnitude. When the volcano erupts, doomsday begins--and no one gets out alive . . . "Apocalypse has come...unsettling...Washburn shows formidable storytelling skills....You find youself wishing it were longer."--Mystery Scene on Powerless"Leaves you breathless."--Marc Cameron, bestselling author of National Security and Day Zero "Like a nuclear reactor, this story heats up fast!"--Anderson Harp, author of Retribution and Born of War (on Powerless)

The Cataclysm (Dragonlance Tales II Trilogy #2)

by Margaret Weis Tracy Hickman

The book chronicles a fiery catastrophe that plunges Krynn into centuries of chaos.

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