By Blaize Clement
Interest Killed the Cat Sitter brought a profitable sleuth in Florida puppy sitter Dixie Hemingway, and the following books within the sequence, Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund or even Cat Sitters Get the Blues, firmly confirmed writer Blaize Clement as a brand new megastar among secret lovers. Now Dixie Hemingway, no relation to you-know-who, is again during this fourth riveting installment.
When Dixie meets Laura Halston, a newcomer to Siesta Key, she acknowledges a kindred spirit and believes she's stumbled on a brand new pal. Disarmingly attractive, Laura confesses that she's in hiding from an abusive husband. Later, while Laura gets threatening cellphone calls, Dixie is bound the husband is the wrongdoer.
But the extra Dixie learns approximately Laura, the fewer convinced she is ready anything...and then concerns flip lethal. As she attempts to appreciate Laura's previous, Dixie is compelled to recognize issues approximately herself that she hasn't ever confronted earlier than.
Fast-paced and gripping, Cat Sitter on a scorching Tin Roof is every little thing Blaize Clement's many enthusiasts have come to count on.
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