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Plucky heroine Dixie Hemingway is back in this ninth installment of Blaize Clement's beloved cozy mystery series.
While driving along the beachside road that runs through the center of her hometown Dixie witnesses a terrible head-on collision. Ever the hero, she springs into action and pulls one of the drivers from his car just before it explodes in flames. A little shaken but none the worse for wear, Dixie proceeds to her local bookstore where she meets Cosmo, a fluffy, orange tomcat, and Mr. Hoskins, the store's kind but strangely befuddled owner. The next day the driver whose life she saved claims that he is Dixie's husband.
Meanwhile, both Cosmo and Mr. Hoskins have disappeared without a trace, and a mysterious phone call from a new client lures her to a crumbling, abandoned mansion on the outskirts of town. Soon Dixie finds herself locked in a riddle of deception, revenge, murder, and mystery.
The Cat Sitter's Nine Lives features a compelling main character and a riveting plot that is bound to satisfy the appetites of Dixie Hemingway fans and newcomers to the series.
Unanimous Praise for Blaize Clement’s Dixie Hemingway Mysteries Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter “A knock-out read. For anyone who loves mysteries, animals, or just plain great writing.”
—Laurien Berenson, author of Doggie Day Care Murder Even Cat Sitters Get the Blues“Blends elements of cozy and thriller to produce an unusual and enjoyable hybrid . . . sure to delight readers.” —Publishers Weekly “For fans of Susan Conant and Clea Simon.” —Library Journal “Great ingredients and a fun plot. Frankly, I can’t wait for the sequel! —Linda Fasulo, NPR Cat Sitter on a Hot Tin Roof“Fast-paced and gripping…everything Blaize Clement’s many fans have come to expect.”
Cat Sitter Among the Pigeons“A compelling plot and familiar characters we greet with fondness… Another riveting and rewarding read.” —Richmond Times-Dispatch The Cat Sitter’s Pajamas“Fans of pet mysteries, such as those by Laurie Berenson, will enjoy it.”