Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues (Dixie Hemingway Series #3)

Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues (Dixie Hemingway Series #3)

by Blaize Clement
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Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues (Dixie Hemingway Series #3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting to follow Dixie's slow return to the human race. She is beginning to decide to live again after the death of her husband and daughter. She finally adopts a calico kitten that she has bedn worrying over because the kitten's owners were going to have her declawed. She has also been worrying over an iguana that someone pretending to be the owner tricked her into taking care of. The household where the iguana lives is very odd with all kinds of undercurrents.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Former Florida Deputy Sheriff Dixie Hemingway remains on administrative leave as she struggles with the deaths of her husband Todd and their daughter Christy. She earns a living as a pet sitter in Siesta Key, a barrier island off Sarasota, in an attempt to remain as far away from law enforcement as she can. Although she has not been as successful as she would have liked having recently been forced to kill an assailant. Although she would prefer to hide in bed from the world for two reasons: that killing even if the Grad Jury ruled self defense and worse the loneliness of Christmas without Todd and Christy. However, she pushes herself to go to work and quit the self pity. At the gatehouse to a client¿s mansion, Dixie spots a dead body. Deciding she wants nothing to do with a corpse, she leaves without informing anyone. However, whether it is guilt or concern over the mad scientist who owns the mansion, Dixie, in between caring for his pet iguana, investigates the homicide. ---- Readers will appreciate the third Dixie Hemingway whodunit (see CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT SITTER and DUPLICITY DOGGED THE DACHSHUND) as the reluctant former cop works a case that she would prefer not to get involved. Besides sleuthing, Dixie struggles with her feelings of guilt that she should not feel attractions for Police Lieutenant Guidry and attorney Crane. Thriller elements due to her client, the mad scientist not the iguana, enhance an entertaining mystery. ---- Harriet Klausner