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Its autumn in the little town of pickax moose county and the citizens are preparing for a new event the great food explo a philanthropic creation of the klingenschoen foundation aka jack qwilleran the explo was arranged to bring new restaurants inns and food specialty shops to the area. For ease of reference heres the complete the cat who list in order of publication you will see the ratings decline towards the end of the list but dont let that discourage you from reading the first 20 books give or take if you like the cat mystery subgenre. The cat who is a series of twenty nine mystery novels and three related collections by lilian jackson braun and published by g p putnams sons featuring a reporter named jim qwilleran and his siamese cats kao ko kung koko for short and yum yumthe first was written in 1966 with two more following in 1967 and 1968 the fourth appeared eighteen years later after which at least one . Million dollar muff munching jade baker is a gorgeous teen with a healthy sense of curiosity she heads to a mansion to collect some money that kiki daire a hot milf millionaire owes her mom but instead of just waiting for her to get back with the check she goes looking around the house
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