Short and Tall Tales

Short and Tall Tales

Moose County Legends Collected by James Mackintosh Qwilleran

Book - 2002
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Penguin Putnam
As the devoted readers of the series know, Qwill has been working on this book since The Cat Who Tailed a Thief. Now the tales are finally all compiled-legends such as "The Secret of the Blacksmith's Wife" and "The Trevelyan Curse."

In Short and Tall Tales, Lilian Jackson Braun introduces James Mackintosh Qwilleran and tells how he collected the tales. Qwill provides a preface for each legend, identifying the teller and the circumstances. And it is no surprise that the tales themselves are entertaining stories that reveal the off-beat "history" of Moose County.

Cat Who . . . fans will delight in reading these stories and anecdotes taken from the pages of the books they have come to love.

Baker & Taylor
Fictional columnist James Qwilleran presents a collection of stories that spotlights the colorful world of Moose County and its residents in such legends as "The Secret of the Blacksmith's Wife" and "The Trevelyan Curse."

Blackwell North Amer
Fictional columnist James Qwilleran has finally completed his book showcasing the stories related to him by residents of Moose County, that famous region four hundred miles north of everywhere.

Baker
& Taylor

Fictional columnist James Qwilleran, hero of the best-selling "The Cat Who. . ." mysteries, presents a collection of intriguing stories that spotlight the colorful world of Moose County and its residents in such legends as "The Secret of the Blacksmith's Wife" and "The Trevelyan Curse." 175,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Putnam's, c2002
ISBN: 9780399149566
0399149562
Branch Call Number: F BRA
Characteristics: 145 p. ; 21 cm

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