Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund: The Second Dixie Hemingway Mystery

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Macmillan, Oct 30, 2007 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Everybody who loves dachshunds knows about their adventurous streak. So when Mame, the elderly dachshund in Dixie Hemingway's care, gets away from her to investigate a mound of mulch, Dixie isn't surprised. What the dachshund digs up, however, is not only a surprise but a trigger for a whole new pile of jolting events that puts Dixie at the center of a hunt for a psychopathic killer—someone who fears Dixie saw him leaving the scene of a brutal murder. In the lovely seaside community of Sarasota, Florida, another desperate chase to collar a criminal is about to begin...

 

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Cleaning up my spreadsheet and discover I read this back in 2009 but never recorded it. To be fair I'm giving it 3 stars because all I wrote was: "Dixie finds more dead bodies - violent, but had to end as it did." Read full review

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Dixie is a former cop, now pet-sitter. While walking one of the dogs she is sitting, the dog discovers a dead body. Not only that, the dead body is also someone Dixie has done some pet-sitting for ... Read full review

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Blaize Clement is the author of the Dixie Hemingway mysteries: Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter, Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues, Cat Sitter on a Hot Tin Roof, Raining Cat Sitters and Dogs, and Cat Sitter Among the Pigeons. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, and Sisters in Crime. Clement has been a stay at home mom, dressmaker, caterer, and worked as a psychologist for 25 years. She has never been a pet sitter, but has shared her home with dogs, cats, birds, fish, and neurotic gerbils. She lives in Sarasota, Florida.

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