The best-selling Dixie Cash novels featuring Domestic Equalizers Debbie Sue Overstreet and Edwina Perkins-Martin go down like a cold sarsaparilla on a hot Texas day.
Hey, baby, Debbie and Edwina aren’t likely to thank anybody very much when a despicable sneak thief pilfers Elvis Presley’s blue suede shoes—the main exhibit at a Salt Lick, Texas, festival for the King. But with everyone’s favorite Southern detectives on the case, the proceedings are likely to be as tasty as a bacon, banana, and peanut-butter sandwich.
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I HEARD THAT
- Laura "CD DIVA"
It was a good read, but based on the other books by Dixie Cash my expectations were higher. This book was more romance than mystery. The other Dixie Cash books do a better job of intertwining both in the story. At one point I wondered if the author lost track of the plot related to the missing shoes. I hope more of their books make it to audible because they are fun I just also hope they go back to being a little Nancy Drew meets Lucy and Ethel and a little less match making.
Oh definitely give it another try. I have listened to all of the Dixie Cash books on audible and this is the only one that disappointed me.