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Publisher's Summary

Since You're Leaving Anyway, Take Out the Trash is a rollicking Texas mystery debut jam-packed with humor - and a heaping helping of romance to boot! Down in Salt Lick, Texas, a lot of folks got sass, but beauty salon proprietor Debbie Sue Overstreet has a bit more than most. With a pen-name like Dixie Cash, you can rest assured this writing team of two lonestar ladies delivers the goods, spicy and juicy as fresh-picked hot peppers.
©2004 Dixie Cash (P)2007 Recorded Books
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Critic Reviews

"Authentic dialogue and a strong Texas flavor nicely complement the slapstick tone of Cash's rollicking debut romance featuring Debbie Sue Overstreet." ( Publishers Weekly)
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3 out of 5 stars
By C. Cole on 10-22-07

OK

This book sounded good, but I was a little dissappointed in the whole story. It was cute and had some fun characters and a happy ending, the narrator just about did me in. I could hear her swallowing and she paused in the wrong places- it was very distracting. The story would have earned another star if it had another narrator who could really play up the characters.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Emily on 06-16-08

Good story, bad narration

Although I did enjoy the story line - very light, not much character development - the narration was often painful. She would pause in the middle of a sentence and, thus, the sentence would lose its meaning and intent. She is a very slow reader, which was painful to me as I listened to the story. I have had an Audible subscription for six years now, and this is the first review I've felt compelled to write. I listen to about one book each week during my commute to work.

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