Monday, October 10, 2011

Book Review: Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund by Blaize Clement

Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund is the second installment in the Dixie Hemingway Mystery series by the late Blaize Clement. In the series, Dixie, a former law enforcement officer is now a pet sitter in Sarasota, Florida. During her pet sitting duties, she finds herself discovering dead bodies and ending up  in the middle of the investigation.

In this book, Dixie is walking a dachshund when the dog finds a body. Dixie is once again in the middle of the case, at times working with Lieutenant Guidry who is handsome (probably not as handsome as me) and a bit mysterious. Dixie, not able to fully escape her law enforcement past, begins asking questions and ends up being chased by a psychopathic killer.

This was a pretty good book, but my one complaint is there were dogs in it but no cats! *sigh* There better be cats in the next book!

Speaking of the next book, I plan on reading the entire series. There is going to be one more Dixie Hemingway Mystery published (the seventh installment) that
Ms. Clement wrote before her passing. After that, it is planned that her son will carry on the series. I hope he writes about cats.

1 comment:

  1. You're such a good kitteh Sebastian-finishing the book the same nite as #ReadPawty! Love you review-agree wholeheartedly that the book would have been MUCH better if there were cats in it! Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this book! ((HUGS))