A Taste Fur Murder Book ✓ 352 pages ☆ Dixie lyle

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Mobi ↠ A Taste Fur Murder ↠ Dixie Lyle Introducing an animal loving Gal Friday with a telepathic cat a shapeshifting dog and a ghost of a chance of solving supernatural crimeMeet Deirdre “Foxtrot” Lancaster Trusted employee of eccentric zillionairess Zelda Zoransky Foxtrot manages a mansion a private zoo and anything else that strikes her boss’s fancy Her job title is Administrative Assi 255Mon avis en FrançaisMy English reviewIt’s been some time since I read a cozy mystery novel but it is true that this is something that I love so when I saw the novel I thought that this was an opportunity to try it I had something in this novel that I had never read about before and it is talking animals I confess that I have often avoided this kind of novels because it is a little too abstract for me I saw some very good books over the years like that so I knew I had to try it Finally I think it is perhaps not so much for me Not that the idea is not good but the fact that they speak was annoying and not that attracting But back to the storyFoxtrot manages the home and the life of a rich woman a job rather addictive But one day her life will be turned upside down when she discovers the existence of animal spirits in the garden’s cemetery But even if it was only that but the cat of her youth reappears accompanied by a dog and they need her help Yes because a murder is about to be committed and they need the young woman to stop that and to save the cemetery that would be led to its loss if it happens But when one of the maids is found dead Foxtrot is convinced that there is and helped of her two friends she will begin to investigate to find out who is the culpritFoxtrot is a determined young woman and although she has little experience in this area she will seek the person responsible for the murder from the beginning of the story to the end allowing us to actually discover some characters and many animals at the same time Moreover despite her sudden gift she’ll soon enough manage to turn it to her advantage And who would not like to talk to the animals? I’m sure it would be very interestingI must say that I was not really surprised by the culprit in the end because it’s uite logical But it is true that it was interesting to see her researches and discussions with each suspect It is very difficult to draw conclusions and each character makes her doubt But she will also be helped by the other occupants of the house or at least some and of course by the animals I confess that I was really intrigued by the charming singer or by Ben the man who will reveal uite surprising things By cons despite the advantage that we have here with the animals as I said I had a little trouble with the talking animals I really found it too abstract and I think that after testing it I think I will drop it and I’ll stay with the usual cozy mysteries It was however very nice to try something different That aside the story is good and I enjoyed reading it all to understand what was going to see how everything would end But I think that I’ll stop there

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A Taste Fur Murder Book ✓ 352 pages ☆ Dixie lyle ☆ Introducing an animal loving Gal Friday with a telepathic cat a shapeshifting dog and a ghost of a chance of solving supernatural crimeMeet Deirdre “Foxtrot” Lancaster Trusted employee of eccentric zillionairess Zelda Zoransky Foxtrot manages a mansion a priva Stant but chaos handler would be accurate Especially after she glimpses a giant ghost beast in Zelda’s pet cemetery For some strange reason Foxtrot is seeing animal spirits And ready or not the fur’s about to hit the fanStill reeling Foxtrot comes home to find her cat Tango her dead cat Tango alive and well and communicating telepathically But that’ Really 45 stars but I rounded upA wonderfully uniue beginning to a series that I'm sure I'll read of; A Taste Fur Murder was a winsome first bookThe characters were eccentric in a great way; ZZ was everything a crazy millionaire should be Foxtrot was appropriately shocked and amazed at her new abilities and the rest of the characters were great I really like how the author incorporated so much detail about Foxtrot's abilities I feel like I understood the book better thanks to thatThe mystery was great the killer wasn't too surprising but there was a limited pool of suspects to choose from so I doubt I would have been surprised regardless The only real down point to this book was that it took me awhile to get in to but recently every book's been that wayOverall a great book I'll be reading the next one

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A Taste Fur MurderS not all There’s an ectoplasmic dog named Tiny who changes breeds with a shake of his tailand can sniff out a clue like nobody’s business So when a coworker drops dead while organizing closets Tiny is on the case Can Foxtrot and her new companions ferret out the killer among a menagerie of suspects human and otherwise before death takes another bite? Rating 35 starsDeirdre Foxtrot Lancaster is the Executive Assistant to eccentric zillionaire Zelda Zoransky Foxtrot manages all of the day to day activities around ZZ's mansion and it's grounds including a private zoo pet graveyard and anything else that might catch ZZ's fancy After a long day at work where she swears she saw something large an dark and just plain odd in the graveyard Foxtrot comes home to her cat Tango The problem is Tango has been dead for years And suddenly she can communicate telepathically? Plus there's an ectoplasmic dog warning that ZZ is in trouble? Has stress from her job finally caught up with Foxtrot? A Taste Fur Murder is the first in the Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Mystery series by Dixie Lyle When I saw this cozy mystery featured a telepathic cat and a shape changing dog I knew I had to give the first book a try It was a lot of fun had plenty of humor though the story was a bit uneven I loved being with Foxtrot as she struggled to adjust to the paranormal and solve a crime with her two helpers The mystery of the graveyard and all it contains I admit made me a little teary eyed due to some of the other animal's stories and thinking about my own pets This book shows promise I'll be on the look out for the second in the series