I Can't Make You Love Me, but I Can Make You Leave: A Novel

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Harper Collins, Apr 5, 2011 - Fiction - 336 pages
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“Get your biscuits in the oven and your buns in the bed, ‘cuz Dixie Cash is the best good-night reading around!”
—Nancy Martin, author of the Blackbird Sisters series

The Domestic Equalizers are back! Author Dixie Cash’s delightful small town Texas hairdressers-turned-sleuths take on a new case in I Can’t Make You Love Me, But I Can Make You Leave. A former Queen of Country Music, a long way from Nashville, faces a murder rap when her back-up singer and hated rival is found dead in the fading star’s dressing room—and the  Equalizers (“Don’t get mad, get evidence”) must prove her innocence. At once wacky and heartfelt, Cash’s latest is a country hoot! (Publishers Weekly calls it, “one of her most entertaining cases yet.”) Fans of Mary Kay Andrews and Karin Gillespie who have yet to experience the zany delights of Dixie Cash should definitely start now!

 

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Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
20
Section 3
32
Section 4
44
Section 5
57
Section 6
72
Section 7
85
Section 8
94
Section 16
187
Section 17
196
Section 18
207
Section 19
217
Section 20
226
Section 21
240
Section 22
251
Section 23
263

Section 9
104
Section 10
117
Section 11
127
Section 12
138
Section 13
152
Section 14
164
Section 15
175
Section 24
273
Section 25
284
Section 26
293
Section 27
300
Section 28
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About the author (2011)

Dixie Cash is Pam Cumbie and her sister, Jeffery McClanahan. They grew up in rural West Texas among "real life fictional characters" and 100 percent real cowboys and cowgirls. Some were relatives and some weren't. Pam has always had a zany sense of humor and Jeffery has always had a dry wit. Surrounded by country western music, when they can stop laughing long enough, they work together creating hilarity on paper. Both live in Texas—Pam in the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex and Jeffery in a small town near Fort Worth.

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