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Publisher's Summary

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.

©2009 Dixie Cash (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

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I HEARD THAT

Dixie Cash has a way with her characters, and I love it. You can count on a bit of a tickle with her books. Just love it.

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  • Laura
  • Helena, AL, United States
  • 03-01-13

somewhat disappointed

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

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.

Would you be willing to try another book from Dixie Cash? Why or why not?

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.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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A Fun Book To Listen To

If you want a book that is full of sassy fluff this is the series for you. Dixie Cash has written another fun, laugh out loud book. Peggity Price brings Debbie Sue and Edwina to life, making them friends of your's that you miss until the next book in the series comes out.
Though this book was slower than the former 4 books it was still fun. All of the books in this series has the same line up there is always a little mystery, a new boy and new girl. The new boy and girl have differences then become a couple with the aid of Debbie Sue and Edwina. In this one it is Elvis's birthday and his blue suede shoes have gone missing. The mystery wouldn't be solved without the help of the Domestic Equalizer the second business that Debbie Sue and Edwina run out of their beauty salon, the Styling Station.

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  • Katherine
  • Pinellas Park, FL, United States
  • 10-23-10

Curing the Blues with a New Pair of Shoes

Love Dixie Cash! The stories are sweet, funny, no blood and guts, entertaining and uplifting. Can't wait until audible adds the latest book to the audio line up! Thank you.

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Entertaining light listening.

Would you listen to Curing the Blues with a New Pair of Shoes again? Why?

Yes. Good for a road trip. Just fun to listen to without trying to figure out what the author is trying to get across.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Didn't care. It did however. Didn't figure it out until close to the end.

Which scene was your favorite?

The big showdown at the end.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

A film that will entertain you without trying to figure out the "deep meaning" of what the author is trying to say.

Any additional comments?

A con listen.