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Be glad in the Lord and rejoice! Psalm 32:11



Friday, September 4, 2009

Cozy Mystery Week - Day Two! Curing The Blues With A New Pair of Shoes by Dixie Cash

It's day two of Cozy Mystery Week, and today it’s my extreme pleasure to introduce ya’ll to a Texas-flavored cozy that will keep you laughing!

I want to thank everyone who came by yesterday for my Blogaersary and the Elizabeth Spann Craig interview!

Don't forget to leave a comment. I'll be picking one comment from the week to win the Cozy Mystery Week gift basket! I keep adding stuff to it every day, and it's going to be an awesome prize!

And with no further ado.....





Curing The Blues With A New Pair of Shoes
By Dixie Cash
Avon Books; $13.99

Salt Lick, Texas is “All Shook Up” over the upcoming celebration of Elvis Presley’s birthday. But somebody is going to be doing the “Jail House Rock” if a certain pair of famous “Blue Suede Shoes” that have mysteriously disappeared doesn’t show up soon.
So “It’s Now or Never” when the Domestic Equalizers are called in to help!

Dixie Cash’s latest book, “Curing The Blues With A New Pair Of Shoes,” catches readers up on the antics of Debbie Sue Overstreet and Edwina Perkins-Martin, otherwise known as the Domestic Equalizers, as they scurry around trying to figure out who would be crass enough to take the King’s shoes.


Hogg’s Drive-In was one of Elvis’ favorite stops when he was touring early on, so naturally the owners wanted to remember their favorite customer on his birthday with a huge celebration. Judd Hogg even managed to borrow a genuine pair of Elvis’ blue suede shoes. What was expected to be a small-town affair suddenly grew into an overnight sensation with thousands of fans bearing down on little Salt Lick to honor their beloved Elvis. But the big party could be spoiled unless Debbie and Edwina can find those missing shoes.

The girls try to keep their investigation discreet, but when two reporters Avery and Sam, from competing Metroplex (that’s Dallas/Fort Worth for you non-Texans) newspapers show up to do stories about the Elvis extravaganza, Edwina gets a little sidetracked as she plays matchmaker for the two, while Debbie tries to find the missing footwear and run their Styling Station salon too.

With Elvis impersonators galore, a visit from the Flying Elvises, and a romantic answer to the mystery of the day, readers won’t have to make a trip to “Heartbreak Hotel” to find a hunka-hunka “Burning Love” for “Curing The Blues With A New Pair of Shoes.
Thank ya…thank ya v’ry much.


About the Author:

Dixie Cash is the writing team of Jeffery McClanahan and Pamela Cumbie. They grew up in West Texas during the great oil boom, an era filled with real life fictional characters whose stories scream to be written. Pam has always had a zany sense of humor and Jeffery has always had a dry wit. Surrounded by cowboys and steeped in country-western music, when they can stop laughing long enough, they work together creating hilarity on paper. Both live in Texas -- Pam in the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex and Jeffery in a small town near Fort Worth.

Check out their website at http://www.dixiecashauthor.com/ for more information on their books and appearances!

8 comments:

Jennifer said...

It definitely sounds like a fun mystery. :)

Jane Kennedy Sutton said...

Love the concept and anything with Elvis impersonators galore has got to be good!

misa ramirez said...

Looks like a FUN book!

Joanne said...

Today's blog post has got to be one of the cutest and most unique posts I've ever seen, Sharon. And I agree with the book title -- buying a new pair of shoes cures my blues any day!

Janel said...

Oh my, this sounds like a hoot! Sounds like some zany characters and I can never resist Elvis. Thanks for the review.

Teena in Toronto said...

Happy blogoversary!

Neas Nuttiness said...

I think that browsing through your posts, will be a little like browsing at my favorite little book store back home!

I love mysteries, and could spend hours every day with my nose stuck in a book. I'm looking forward to lots more reviews from you;-)

Sheila Deeth said...

Sounds odd and fun.