The Cat Who Came to Breakfast

The Cat Who Came to Breakfast

Large Print - 1994
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Qwilleran and the cats are visiting an island known by many names. Qwill has always called it Breakfast Island, but to the taciturn natives, it's Providence Island. To the rich summer residents it's Grand Island--and to the developers and tourists who are turning this once-peaceful place upside down, it's Pear Island. But when some odd "accidents" occur, including a fatal boat explosion, Qwill suspects sabotage and sets out to investigate--because murder by any other name is just as deadly...
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : G.K. Hall, 1994.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9780816159352
Characteristics: 295 p. ;,24 cm.


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Jul 26, 2018

As an exMichigander I can explain the storm. Lake Superior is large enough to be a "weather-maker" and does have hurricanes as well as the Edmond Fitzgerald Shipwreck Museum. The water is also cold enough to kill you quickly as happened in an earlier book. Those who live in the Upper Peninsula also refer to the Lower Peninsula as "down below"

Jan 21, 2016

Didn't know there were hurricanes in the upper Midwest.

Jul 07, 2014

I really loved the earlier LJB books. By now (the 1990s ones) it seems that a ghost writer has taken over, and it is clear by the way he/she describes Qwilleran (kind of sarcastic and cranky) and the kitties (LJB really showed her love of cats by her descriptions of their behaviour).

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