- Susan Conant, author of Bride and Groom and the Holly Winter Dog Lover's Mysteries
"Kick off your flip-flops, find a hammock, and settle in for a fun read. Clement's Floridian heroine, Dixie Hemingway, spouts laugh-out-loud one-liners and words of wisdom in this intriguing whodunit filled with twists, turns, and some pretty captivating critters!"
- Cynthia Baxter, author of Lead a Horse to Murder
"Funny, engaging, and true to life."
- Lee Charles Kelley, author of To Collar a Killer
"Curiosity Killed the Cat Sitter has it all: a feisty heroine, lovable animals, and a solid whodunit. What more could you ask for?"
- Barbara Seranella, creator of the Munch Mancini crime novels
"This first in a new mystery series is a keeper, with its plucky protagonist, cats galore, and a nice sense of place.... Look forward to the next in this smart series." - Library Journal
"An entertaining debut. Dixie is a complex, well-conceived character and the plot fast-moving and believable."
- Kirkus Reviews
"An appealing heroine....The difficulties and humor inherent to the pet-sitting business, a local law-enforcement hunk with romantic potential and crisp writing all bode well for future entries in the series."
- Publishers Weekly
"First-rate...a nice mix of light and dark."
"A new star in the 'mysteries with animals' firmament...this book stands out in the genre for its plotting, pacing, and well formed characters, in addition to an enticing tropical locale. May there be many more installments."
- The Kingston Observer
"Clement uses rich descriptions of her home turf to provide a concrete sense of place for her gripping mystery. Her characterizations are convincing, and the animals Dixie cares for are an integral part of the story."
- The Tennessean
"Impressive...a sure keeper, with well-developed characters, seamless prose and a winning plot.... Anticipate additional installments in this commendable new series."