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The Cat Who Brought Down The House

by Lilian Jackson Braun

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The Cat Who Brought Down The House by Lilian Jackson Braun
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  • First Published:
    Feb 2003, 240 pages
    Paperback:
    Jan 2004, 256 pages

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Kirconnell

More! We want more!
I love this series and this is one of the best. Amusing and intriguing. A perfect prescription for a rainy night or lazy afternoon. Yes! Definitely write more.
carehoff

I love this series!
Jesse

best taken with a bottle of wine and a quiet chair
keep going


Old Friends, New Friends - they all feel like family! Love the series - keep writing! ~ABG
Myra Andrest

Keep writing, anxiously awaiting book # 26.
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