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Don't Make Me Choose Between You and My Shoes Paperback – Bargain Price, May 27, 2008
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The dynamic detecting Domestic Equalizer duo makes friends with natives such as some ladies like Cher who work the street for a living and visitors from Texas like mugging victim Celina. Although they swore no cases while enjoying a bite of the Big Apple, Debbie Sue and Edwina end up in the middle of an NYPD serial killer inquiry in which the murderer considers targeting two dizzy detective dames from Texas.
The latest Domestic Equalizer mystery (see MY HEART MAY BE BROKEN, BUT MY HAIR STILL LOOKS GOOD and SINCE YOU'RE LEAVING ANYWAY, TAKE OUT THE TRASH) is more a culture war between rural Texas and urban Manhattan. The bets are on the two zany Salt Lick hair stylists. As always in this series, the lead duet try to do the right thing as they perceive that to be, but most often cause more problems for those they want to save and leads to plenty of humor. Readers will appreciate the Texas-Manhattan encounter as Debbie Sue and Edwina bring their hearts and humor to Times Square.
The reviewer from Publisher's Weekly who called Ed and Debbie Sue "silly" must not have any speck of a sense of humor. Don't pay attention to that part of the review. Dixie Cash fans will not be disappointed.
I have no idea how this book came into my possession, but it fit the bill for a day like today in between doing the laundry and changing the sheets and comforting a sick kid. If I wasn't sick, I wouldn't have given this book the time of day.
This book is about two women from Texas who was invited to NYC to do a presentation at a conference on how to be a detective. They meet up with a prostitute named Cher and a young girl who was robbed the day she arrived in NYC, named Celina, who is also from Texas. Someone gets murdered and the two women, Debbie Sue and Edwina happened to be in the thick of things. They solve the murder but not without causing a lot of havoc to the hotel they're at and without a lot of cussing.
It's an ok novel but not the best.
Thank you Mrs. J for recommending them to me. I am looking forward to more adventures with Debbie Sue and Edwina!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoy humor, and Dixie Cash books always come through with plenty of humor.Published 8 months ago by Linda Romero
A rollicking tale of West Texas written by two ladies who Texas. Practically a chuckle or a grin on every page. Loved it!Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
Am exceptionally fun filled read, enjoyed the story line humor of the folks that make this a book to read and relax.Published 18 months ago by Teacher's review!
Very humorous story. Caught my self laughing aloud in my easy chair all by myself. Highly recommend.Published 19 months ago by Avon Or Beverly Acker
I would recommend this book to anyone that cannot sleep or likes to read just a very good book for a good read.Published 23 months ago by Evelyn J. Morales