The Resource The cat who turned on and off
- The cat who turned on and off
- Statement of responsibility
- by Lilian Jackson Braun
- When Qwilleran decides to do a newspaper feature about Junktown, he thinks he'll be writing a heartbreaking story about a dangerous, run-down neighborhood. To his surprise, however, Junktown turns out to be a haven for Moose County's eccentric antique dealers and collectors. Qwill is almost ready to give up on his story when one of Junktown's leading citizens is killed in a mysterious "accident"
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- Read by George Guidall
- Series statement
- RB mystery
- Unabridged mystery on CD
- Target audience
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