The Cat Who Went Underground - Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 Summary

"The Cat Who Went Underground" by Lillian Braun is a murder mystery in which Qwill investigates the disappearances and deaths of five carpenters in Mooseville. Qwill decides to spend the summer in Mooseville at the Klingenschoen cabin, but immediately, things begin to go wrong. He is continually forced to utilize the Glinko Network for repairs on the cabin. When he decides to build an addition, he hires Clem Cottle, but the industrious young man disappears. Qwill replaces his carpenter with Iggy who is lazy, but Iggy also disappears. After Koko uncovers Iggy's body in the crawl space beneath the cabin, people begin to suspect Qwill of the murder. With Koko's help, Qwill is able to clear his name and uncover the real murder, Joanna Trupp. "The Cat Who Went Underground" is a very interesting and entertaining novel that most readers will find immensely...

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