An animal-loving Jill-of-all-trades, a telepathic cat and a shapeshifting dog are the wild and wacky amateur sleuths that solve the many mysteries on zany billionaire Zelda Zoransky’s property. Dixie Lyle’s Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot mystery series has received rave reviews. Leann Sweeney, New York Times bestselling author of the Cats in Trouble mysteries calls A Taste Fur Murder, the first in the series, “A delightful, funny mystery filled with eccentric and colorful characters, be they humans, animals or spirits. Dixie Lyle will entertain the reader page after page!” Ali Brandon, author of the Black Cat Bookshop mysteries called it “A clever new series that deftly blends cozy mystery with the paranormal, and that is sure to please readers of both genres”—Ali Brandon, author of the Black Cat Bookshop mysteries
Dixie Lyle, author of A Taste Fur Murder and To Die Fur from the Whiskey, Tango and Foxtrot Mysteries from St. Martin's Books, loves animals, mysteries, books, reading, words, bad puns (are there any other kind?) and once had a torrid summer romance with an entire library. Did I mention the books? Oh, and definitely doesn’t believe in the supernatural. Nope, not me. Hey, what was that sound? Where’s that spooky green glow coming from? Oh, hello, didn’t see you standing there in the corner, what with you being all see-through and everything. Want a cup of tea? Moan once for yes, twice for no.
Allegations that Dixie Lyle has a goofy sense of humor are entirely unfounded, and should be forwarded to the unfounded and unlost department.