Don't Make Me Choose Between You and My Shoes (Domestic Equalizers #4)
New York City is miles from Salt Lick, Texas, in more ways than one, but Debbie Sue Overstreet and Edwina Perkins-Martin are rarin' to go. The best friends/beauty shop owners/private-eye partners have been offered an all-expense-paid trip to the National Association of Private Investigators convention in the Big Apple. Debbie Sue sees the invitation as validation, but Edwi...more
How can any red-blooded woman pass up a book with the title “Don’t Make Me Choose Between You and My Shoes”? The latest offering by Dixie Cash is a hilarious caper starring two of the most unlikely private eyes you’d ever want to meet: Debbie Sue Overstreet and Edwina Perkins-Martin, owners of the Styling Station Beauty Salon in Salt Lick, Texas! I would definitely classify this book in the genre of madcap mystery.
I began smiling when I read...more
In the end, Debbie Joe and Edwina get their man with a little help from a NY cop and a Texas librarian.
This is a cross between chick lit and a cozy mystery.
Edwina, afraid of flying, has to get overly medicated for the big trip. She causes great embarrassment to herself and "Deputy Do," I mean Debbie Sue, before they even set foot on the plane.
When they do arrive in NYC they find that someone is killing prostitutes. Leave it to Edwina to befriend one. Edwina strikes up a conversation with working girl...more
Edwina and Debbie Sue get into some real interesting escapades, there is not a moments boredom around them! This book takes place in New York instead of Salt Lick Texas and some of the regular characters like the ladie...more
This is the fourth book in the series, but it’s my first read. I’ve seen the names of these books for a while now and laughed out loud at every title, which sounds like the first lines of country music songs. I needed a lighter moment so I finally read one. This series is about two women, Debbie Sue, and Edwina, (ed) are co...more
Debbie Sue and Edwina are asked to head up to New York City to speak at a convention. There are some gaffes and snafu's, but that's to be expected. And I kept cracking up throughout. Bless their hearts, they take NYC...more
While there was a mystery, this isn't built like a traditional mystery. It's still there, but almost in a secondary sense to the story.
I'm going to go request the rest of the books by this author at my library!
and they are private investigators, mainly in the domestic arena. They
do manage to get involved in murder this book. good book.
A lot of unneccessary use of the "f" word again, but I just got out my black crayon. When I returned it, I think the librarian who scanned it in, scanned it our for her. Whoops! I hope I don't get into too much trouble. :)