Cat Sitter on a Hot Tin Roof (A Dixie Hemingway Mystery #4)
Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter introduced a winning sleuth in Florida pet sitter Dixie Hemingway, and the next books in the series, Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund and Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues, firmly established author Blaize Clement as a new star amongst mystery fans. Now Dixie Hemingway, no relation to you-know-who, is back in this fourth riveting installment.
While the characters and story were as strong as ever, this one seemed a bit rushed and could have benefited from a good bit of tightening. How many times do we have to read that Dixie came home, took a shower, took a nap naked, woke up and put on cargo shorts, a t-shir...more
I like the main characters and the way...more
I also got to know the difference between a "service" dog and a "therapy" dog and a "seizure-alert" dog versus a "seizure-...more
Each one of these stories brings out more of the personalities of the main characters. This one definitely revealed more of Dixie and I like how the author makes her feel more h u man and not like an unbelievable super hero/human.
I read one of her other books "Even Cat Sitters Get The Blues" and enjoyed it. So I will probably read the next one in the series, even though I read these first two books out of order, it doesn't really matte...more
Dixie thinks she has found a new friend, a woman who Dixie seems to click with. But then the woman is killed and Dixie finds out that much of what this woman told her was lies. Along with the murder, Dixie is focused on one of her clients. A service dog is distraught when her person is hospitalized and for Dixie it stirs old memories of her daughter’s death. Along with all of this Dixie is still tempted by 2 men and can’t send clear signals to either one.
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