The Cat Who Played Post Office - Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 Summary

"The Cat Who Played Post Office" by Lilian Jackson Braun is a murder mystery in which Jim Qwilleran investigates the disappearance of Daisy Mull with the assistance of Koko, his cat. Jim Qwilleran moves to Pickax in Moose County as prescribed in the will, when he inherits the Klingenschoen fortune. Although he intends to use the time to write in solitude, he becomes engrossed in investigating the disappearance of Daisy Mull, a former domestic at the Klingenschoen mansion. The murals that she painted in her apartment fascinates Qwill. With his cat's uncanny ability to sniff out clues, Qwill manages to uncover the truth of the girl's disappearance, despite the deaths of people who are able to assist with his investigation and several attempts on his own life. "The Cat Who Played Post Office" is a very interesting and entertaining novel that most readers...

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