The Cat Sitter's Cradle

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Thorndike Press, 2013 - Fiction - 387 pages
26 Reviews

No mission is im"paw"sible for pet sitter Dixie Hemingway (no relation to you-know-who). On an early morning walk, she spots an exotic bird rarely seen north of the equator, much less in the sleepy beach-side town of Siesta Key, Florida. At first, Dixie thinks the bird has been blown off course by a terrible storm, but as she digs deeper into where the bird came from, Dixie becomes increasingly suspicious of its origins. When one client is found dead and a new friend and her baby disappear without warning, Dixie is pulled into a whirlwind of greed, deception, and danger. The eighth in this popular cozy series, John Clement and Blaize Clement's "The Cat Sitter's Cradle, " will keep both newcomers and loyal Dixie fans perched on the edge of their seats.

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Review: The Cat Sitter's Cradle (A Dixie Hemingway Mystery #8)

User Review  - Kim j - Goodreads

After reading this book I found out that the author had passed away & was able to put the pieces together as to why this book was so different. I just did not feel Dixie in this book but I did enjoy ... Read full review

Review: The Cat Sitter's Cradle: A Dixie Hemingway Mystery

User Review  - Betty - Goodreads

Dixie and Joyce Metzger are walking dogs when they apparent exotic dead bird and young illegal girl who just given birth. They take the girl under their "wing" and Joyce takes the girl, baby and bird ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

JOHN CLEMENT is the son of BLAIZE CLEMENT who originated the Dixie Hemingway mystery series and collaborated with her son on the plots and characters for forthcoming novels. Blaize lived for many years in Sarasota, Florida; John lives in New York City.

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