Dixie Diva Blues (Google eBook)

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BelleBooks, Nov 1, 2011 - Fiction
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Trinket and the Gang Will Stop At Nothing To Clear A Diva's Husband of Murder Charges. "You'd think a midnight prowler would have sense enough to get out after being discovered by a group of middle-aged women armed with flower vases. Or at least stop what he was doing. Not this one. Despite our menacing appearance, he kept opening cabinet doors and drawers. "Our intruder wore what looked like a black Ninja outfit. It did not flatter. He was a bit chunky and not much taller than me. Nor did he move very fast as Gaynelle and I bore down on him like a freight train. Instead of screaming in fear and fleeing out the front door-which stood wide open to help facilitate his escape-he turned away from the cabinet he had opened and threw something heavy. It was a Mason jar, and it hit poor Gaynelle right smack in the middle of the forehead. She dropped to the floor like a sack of flour. I looked down at her, then up at the masked intruder. Eyes glittered at me from the tiny eyeholes, and as he seemed to be unarmed-no more Mason jars at hand-I let out a bellow and charged him." VIRGINIA BROWN is the author of more than fifty novels in romance and mystery. Next up in her bestselling Dixie Divas Mysteries: Divas and Dead Rebels. And coming soon: the Blue Suede Memphis Mysteries and Virginia's mystery/drama saga, Dark River Road.
  

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Review: Dixie Diva Blues (Dixie Divas #3)

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I am a sucker for a good southern novel. One with lots of "ya'lls" and "howdy's" and "bless her heart". The Dixie Diva series delivers all this and more. While this is the third novel in the trilogy ... Read full review

Review: Dixie Diva Blues (Dixie Divas #3)

User Review  - Jool - Goodreads

My fault I did not like it - I do not care for detective clubs made up of silly women. I'm sure some people will thoroughly enjoy the series, I personally should not have chosen it. Read full review

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
11
CHAPTER 3
26
CHAPTER 4
36
CHAPTER 5
50
CHAPTER 6
65
CHAPTER 7
78
CHAPTER 8
89
CHAPTER 13
150
CHAPTER 14
169
CHAPTER 15
180
CHAPTER 16
192
CHAPTER 17
205
CHAPTER 18
219
CHAPTER 19
238
CHAPTER 20
246

CHAPTER 9
95
CHAPTER 10
111
CHAPTER 11
125
CHAPTER 12
135
CHAPTER 21
260
CHAPTER 22
273
AUTHORS NOTE
285
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