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Monday, October 13, 2014

To Die Fur by Dixie Lyle

Mystery takes place after the first book A Taste Fur Murder.   Foxtrot Lancaster is a billionaire's administrative assistant. She is also is the sheriff of Crossroads, a pet cemetery extraordinaire.   This is an interesting story although the description makes the story sound preposterous it really is quite a good mystery.  Foxtrot's sidekicks are a dog named whiskey who is not really a dog but an ectoplasmic being who is there to help her run the cemetery and Tango her cat who has come back from the dead.  

ZZ, Zelda's Zoransky is Foxtrots boss,  she likes to have interesting conversations and thus holds dinners for a wide variety of people.  She solicits their input by plying them with good food, good booze and revels in the ensuing conversation.

In this book Foxtrot is tasked with keeping a white liger alive and healthy so that the liger can be adopted somewhere in the world. Some strange characters come out of the woodwork to adopt the liqer. Circumstances change and there appears to be a war between the God of tigers and the God of lions over the soul of Augustus, the liger.  Foxtrot needs to see that Augustus is taken care of and to see that there is no war between the Lion's and the Tiger's gods.

Foxtrot develops a love interest in this book, Ben, the chef.  Ben is also a Thunderbird who is tasked with being the envoy between the feline gods.

A long time fan of anthropomorphism, I enjoy this series. 

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