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Lilian Jackson Braun: Three Complete Novels (4-6) (1993)

by Lilian Jackson Braun

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The Cat Who Saw Red: Jim Qwilleran slumped in a chair in the Press Club dining room, his six-feet-two telescoped into a picture of dejection and his morose expression intensified by the droop of his oversized mustache.
The Cat Who Played Brahms: For Jim Qwilleran, veteran journalist, it was one of the most appalling moments of his career.
The Cat Who Played Post Office: A Caucasian male--fiftyish, six-feet-two, weight two-thirty, graying hair, bushy mustache--opened his eyes and found himself in a strange bed in a strange room.
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