To Die Fur Deirdre Foxtrot Lancaster is back With trusted companions Whiskey and Tango she s on the prowl for a brand new predator Deirdre has her hands full as usual Working as as a Jill of all trades for a z

  • Title: To Die Fur
  • Author: Dixie Lyle
  • ISBN: 9781250031082
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • Deirdre Foxtrot Lancaster is back With trusted companions Whiskey and Tango, she s on the prowl for a brand new predator Deirdre has her hands full, as usual Working as as a Jill of all trades for a zany billionaire like Zelda Zoransky means the daily grind is closer to a juggling act, and this week is no exception especially when her side job is directing spiritual tDeirdre Foxtrot Lancaster is back With trusted companions Whiskey and Tango, she s on the prowl for a brand new predator Deirdre has her hands full, as usual Working as as a Jill of all trades for a zany billionaire like Zelda Zoransky means the daily grind is closer to a juggling act, and this week is no exception especially when her side job is directing spiritual traffic in Zelda s pet cemetery With ZZ hosting a party for some of the world s wealthiest animal collectors and a rare albino liger named Augustus in residence at the private zoo, Foxtrot is ready for trouble to take a big bite out of her schedule TO DIE FUR She doesn t have to wait long The half ton big cat is dead, and there s a houseful of colorful suspects, each one wackier than the next But if they were all bidding to buy him, who would want Augustus dead With the help of Tango s feline telepathy and Whiskey the canine shapeshifter, Foxtrot learns that there s much to Augustus than meets the eye Now they just have to sniff out a killer before any fur flies A delightful, funny series filled with eccentric and colorful characters, be they humans, animals or spirits Dixie Lyle will entertain the reader page after page Leann Sweeney, New York Times bestselling author of the Cats in Trouble mysteries

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    1. This is number 2 in this series. I really liked the first one. This one was really far out in the paranormal part. ZZ, the owner of the estate has invited a group of animal collectors to present their reasons for taking possession of a one and only white liger, the collectors are not at all as they present themselves. When Augustus, the white liger is found poisoned and dies, there is still a demand for his body. The question is why. This leads into the wildest paranormal that Foxtrot, Whiskey, [...]

    2. An enjoyable mix of cozy, paranormal and animal story. And laugh-out-loud in places. Brings a whole new meaning to the phrase "herding cats".

    3. Registered on Bookcrossing - bookcrossing/journal/1This one was a dud for me. I loved the first book in this series, but this book didn't grab me like the first one. About halfway through I gave up and skipped to the end to see "who did it". I don't think I will get anymore in this series. 😯

    4. Somehow I managed to devour this book in two days which is always a good sign and in my world, proof that I am really enjoying a cozy mystery. Although I read the first book over a year ago, it didn't take long until my memory was sparked and I was back in love with this zany cast of characters.The main character Foxtrot is a personal assistance to ZZ, a rich philanthropist. ZZ also runs an animal menagerie on her property for rescued animals, and right new door is a large pet cemetery which is [...]

    5. 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 [...]

    6. This is such a fun series. I was laughing out loud in multiple spots, and giggling like crazy in others. What else can you expect from a series that includes floating turtle ghosts, a talking reincarnated and very sassy cat, a ghost dog able to take the form of any breed, and a whole menagerie of other animals?Foxtrot is a great main character. She’s just the right amount of sanity, and controlled behaviour needed to offset all the paranormal craziness. Her practical and logical manner comes i [...]

    7. This is the 2nd book in m the series. Unlike the 1st book the paranormal mystery and the real on world mystery did not mesh so to me it seemed that time spent with o e mystery was mucking up the other mystery. I do like the characters so I'm sticking around to read the 3rd book.

    8. Foxtrot and her sidekicks Tango, her childhood cat that is on live 7 of 9, and Whiskey, the ghost dog that can take on multiple shapes, are back. Her employer, ZZ, was tasked with finding a new place to stay for a white liger that was found in the possession of a now dead drug lord. The choices are an Indian floating casino, a Chinese zoo, a Australian safari park and releasing him into the wild in South Africa. And let's not forget the crime lord's henchman who proposes quite simply exchanging [...]

    9. I loved the first book in this series, and the second was just as much fun!This series is a hybrid between cozie and paranormal but it works really well, and that is because of the author who is wonderful and really manages to combine murder, mystery and mayhem with magical animals, secrets and humans just trying not to get killed. It sounds ridiculous, but it all works - and it's a really fun, entertaining read!The humour in this series is fabulous! The small, sly cracks, the snarky comments be [...]

    10. If you're going to get hung up on fact checking, annoyed by a first-person narrator breaking the fourth wall, or offended by acronyms for mental health conditions being used as adjectives - this is not your book. If, on the other hand, you want a better-than-average cozy mystery with a sweet little romance, tons of supernatural tension, well-written characters (yes, even the furry and feathered and finned ones) and enough strong female characters to make you wish for your own multi-ethnic, multi [...]

    11. Interesting ReadDixie Lyle has once again made an interesting and entertaining"tail" that was hard to put down. I enjoyed the ending.

    12. Review originally published at The Bookwyrm's Hoard.The Whiskey Tango Foxtrot series combines mystery, humor, animals, and the paranormal, all rolled into one very fun package. I really like Foxtrot and her humorous, sometimes snarky narration. The banter between Foxtrot, her spirit dog Whiskey, and her cat Tango (now on her 7th life) is often laugh-out-loud funny. And the mysteries, though admittedly far-fetched, are both entertaining and perplexing. As the narrator, Foxtrot does sometimes with [...]

    13. You know how it feels like when you come across a book or a series every now and then that makes you wonder just how is it that the author came up with such funny and smart dialogue, witty and interesting characters and an extremely intriguing plot line? Well, if you don’t, then I say give this series a try because you won’t be disappointed. I felt the joy of finding a gem when I read the first book, and now having read the second, I relived that same joy. I didn’t know how time passed bet [...]

    14. 3 stars first half/5 stars second half. The story begins with Foxtrot ignoring a stern paranormal warning. Add her failure to properly vet ZZ's animal collecting party guests, and we get a murdered liger -- Augustus. To Die Fur has all the trappings of the party guest murder mystery and there is a lot of back story with the guests that comes to light at the end. I just wish there was that much depth with the animals. Tango gets more involved than she did in the last book, but she is still more a [...]

    15. The first book in the series wasn't bad, but I'm starting to feel as though this series is getting a bit preposterous. Yes, it's fiction, yes, it's paranormal fiction, which means it's going to be a bit out there, but this one goes beyond just "out there."Cast of characters in this book:-Foxtrot, seemingly normal PA. Can see and interact with spirit animals.-Sidekick 1: Whiskey, ghost dog who can change shape at will.-Sidekick 2: Tango, reincarnated pet cat from Foxtrot's childhood, who speaks m [...]

    16. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars I really [...]

    17. If you can suspend your view of reality to believe in telepathic cats, a ghost dog that can shape shift into any breed,a cemetary that acts as a station to the afterlife where animals and their humans can visit, and an administrative assistant that can be witty and sassy about the whole thing, then you will like this. There are parts that are laugh out loud funny and I enjoyed this book. I thought it was well written - it kept me guessing until the big reveal at the end. I am adding this series [...]

    18. I do really like the characters, but this book wasn't as good as the first for me. Tango was very distracted the entire book. Foxtrot was juggling multiple worlds as always, but the animal gods were a new twist. Whiskey was awesome!The white liger being auctioned off to the best home didn't have a good ending (view spoiler)[first he is killed then it turns out only 1 of the bidders was honest. The animal gods fighting over his spirit was weird and I kind of wish I got to see his reunion with the [...]

    19. Lions, tigers, bears, thunderbirds, a white crow, ghostly dog with a British accent, reincarnated poet cat with a cattitude, a stolen diamond, and Foxtrot. It's a wild ride for Whiskey, Tango, and Foxtrot. As they try to find out who killed Augustus, prevent the Gods of lions and Tigers from going to war over Augutus's soul with the help of Ben the Thunderbird. The story kind of drags in the middle and it's hard to take that the murder being solved was that go a magnificent wild cat because of a [...]

    20. As soon as I finished this, I pre-ordered the next one. This is a really wacky series with ghosts, including ghosts of pets, reincarnation, telepathy, and then you get to the wacky human characters. Somehow it all works, however wildly improbable, and this was great fun to read. It's the second in a series, so start with A Taste Fur Murder.

    21. I really enjoy these books. The quips between Foxtrot, Whiskey, and Tango make me laugh out loud and I'm really enjoying the budding romance between Foxtrot and Ben. Ben learns more about his Thunderbird powers and uses them to help Foxtrot deal with the complications that result from the murder of their newest zoo resident. Surprisingly Oscar, ZZ's son, helps out this time instead of just being a pain in Foxtrot's rear. Another great installment I'm glad I read.

    22. A splendid way to spend a stormy afternoon burying oneself in this smashing new series, An exceedingly enjoyable read with brilliant eccentric characters, with a funny & engagingplot which keeps you wanting more. Very much looking forward to the release of book 3

    23. Book #2 introduced a new supernatural element that I had never heard of before--Thunderbirds. Yes, it made things more complicated but just as entertaining as the first book was! People who enjoy fantasy fiction would probably enjoy this cozy! Humor and cleverness with telepathic animals make for a good mix!

    24. This one ventures into even more unusual territory than the first, but handles it so deftly that it's very easy to sink into the story and go with it. I loved the pop culture references and the material side of events also kept me on my toes.

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