Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues

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Thorndike Press, 2008 - Fiction - 397 pages
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Critics and readers agree that "Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter" was a bona fide cozy hit. Its follow-up, "Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund," won Blaize Clement a whole new set of fans." "Now Floridian pet-sitting sleuth Dixie Hemingway is back in this third mesmerizing installment.
Dixie Hemingway discovers the dead body of the gatekeeper of a mansion. She's had her fill of homicide investigations, so she leaves the corpse to be found by somebody else. But that somebody else sees Dixie leaving the scene of the crime, and the bullet that killed the man could have come from a gun she owns. To make matters worse, the owner of the mansion is a new client---a pain-wracked scientist who is either quite insane or a genius whose clandestine work may save millions of lives. Or both.
In either case, Dixie is stuck caring for him and his pet iguana. All that, plus a calico kitten Dixie is determined to save, put her right in the middle of a bizarre crisis fueled by dark secrets....

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Dixie Hemingway is a young widow, a former sheriff's deputy turned pet-sitter. Her charges are mostly cats and dogs, but in Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues, she's asked to care for an iguana named ... Read full review

Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues (Dixie Hemingway Mysteries, No. 3)

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Former cop-turned-pet sitter Dixie Hemingway (Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues) has gone numb since the deaths of her husband and her three-year-old daughter. Upon meeting Laura Halston, she thinks she ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Before becoming a mystery writer, Blaize Clement was a family therapist in Houston, Texas. She is the author of the Dixie Hemingway Mysteries series.

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