The follow-up to "Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter." Out on a morning walk with her dog, Dixie Hemingway waves to the driver in a passing car, only to discover that she has waved to a killer. Fearful that Dixie can identify him, the chase is on.The follow-up to "Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter." Out on a morning walk with her dog, Dixie Hemingway waves to the driver in a passing car, only to discover that she has waved to a killer. Fearful that Dixie can identify him, the chase is on.Read Less
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Publishers Weekly, 2007-01-01 A former sheriff's deputy in Sarasota, Fla., Dixie Hemingway now earns a living as a pet sitter, a career that once again turns perilous when her charge, a dachshund, digs up a dead body at the start of Clement's fast-paced sophomore effort (after 2005's Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter). Dixie identifies the victim as Conrad Ferrelli, whose Doberman pinscher she once walked. A wealthy, eccentric son of a famous Ringling Brothers clown, Conrad and his wife, Stevie, were funding the creation of a retirement home for circus performers. But his brother, Denton, a vicious creep with mob connections, possesses no such charitable impulse. Clement builds suspense and delivers startling revelations as both Stevie and Dixie find themselves targets of Denton's resentment. (Mar.) Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.
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