While checking on one of her cats’ charges Dixie is found on the floor unconscious by the police. Her story to them is strange and hard to believe. Is the story true or is Dixie having hallucinations? Because the newspaper carrier, an old friend, did not deliver the morning papers, Dixie looks for him and finds a pool of blood and the carrier dead in it. She needs, to find the answer before everything she values is destroyed. As usual, I read this book in one sitting. I highly recommend this series.
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I would like to send the Five Photos, Five Stories to Betty of Idahobluebird50. I like Betty’s site because she not only has her own photos and various post, but is a reviewer of wonderful fun books. As mentioned before, it is totally up to you to accept this challenge. You can see the post here: https://julialewisblog.wordpress.com/2015/03/31/five-photos-five-stories-day-two-wood/
Thanks for the nomination. I thinking about it.