Raining Cat Sitters and Dogs: A Dixie Hemingway Mystery

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St. Martin's Press, Jan 19, 2010 - Fiction - 304 pages
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"A knockout read. For anyone who loves mysteries, animals, or just plain great writing, this is a book to savor."—Laurien Berenson, author of Doggie Day Care Murder on Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter

In this fifth installment of the wildly popular Dixie Hemingway mystery series, a mysterious young girl is missing. Lieutenant Guidry, the hunky homicide detective with whom Dixie has an on-again, off-again relationship, is trying to find the girl because she may be a material witness to a murder. Finally Dixie must go it alone to confront criminals who will stop at nothing to get what they want.

 

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RAINING CAT SITTERS AND DOGS

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Dixie Hemingway is a loyal friend and a bad enemy—two traits that spell trouble for her and Siesta Key, Fla. While picking up a recovering parrot from the vet's office, pet sitter Dixie meets Jaz, a ... Read full review

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User Review  - NewsieQ - LibraryThing

While at a veterinarian's office, pet-sitter Dixie Hemingway meets a young girl named Jaz. Later at a client's home, three young toughs, one wielding a switchblade, come asking for Jaz. It has to be ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
10
Chapter 3
23
Chapter 4
34
Chapter 5
43
Chapter 6
52
Chapter 7
63
Chapter 8
73
Chapter 18
165
Chapter 19
172
Chapter 20
181
Chapter 21
190
Chapter 22
199
Chapter 23
210
Chapter 24
220
Chapter 25
226

Chapter 9
79
Chapter 10
89
Chapter 11
97
Chapter 12
107
Chapter 13
117
Chapter 14
129
Chapter 15
136
Chapter 16
147
Chapter 17
153
Chapter 26
236
Chapter 27
244
Chapter 28
255
Chapter 29
264
Chapter 30
274
Chapter 31
285
Chapter 32
289
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About the author (2010)

Blaize Clement originated the Dixie Hemingway mystery series, starting with Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter and Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund. She collaborated with her son John Clement on the plots and characters for forthcoming novels. Blaize lived for many years in Sarasota, Florida.

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