Trouble in Action
Trouble Cat Mysteries Book 10
Mystery, Mystery: Romantic Suspense
July 8, 2019
Available in: e-Book, Trade Size
REENACTORS, VINTAGE WEAPONS, and TWO DEAD BODIES!
Kylah West has faith in her horses and her skill to ride them in a reenactment of the Civil War battle of Albrecht Creek. Still suffering from her husband's suicide, Kylah's only focus is work. But her concentration is broken when she meets U.S. Marshal Wolf Stockton and the body of a young reenactor is found, shot through the heart with a vintage rifle.
Is it revenge, an accidental shooting, or a hint that opposing forces in the community are boiling over? Those questions turn personal for Wolf and Kylah when her life is endangered. Into the exciting world of stunt riders, tension between the university sponsoring the reenactment and a Cherokee nation tired of being wrongly blamed for everything, strolls Trouble, black cat detective.
Trouble attaches to Kylah when he realizes her vulnerability. He works with Wolf to determine who is behind the murders---and who is attempting to ambush Kylah and her horses as she gives the key performance of the reenactment. As the feline races the clock to keep Kylah safe, he also realizes the two bipeds have another deep need---for each other. He must help solve the mystery while showing his humans the path to true love.
Trouble, the Sherlock of cat detectives Trouble is the handsome, sleek, sophisticated black cat of acclaim and good taste--protagonist of the Trouble Cat Mysteries series. As the son of Familiar, a superior sleuth in his own right, Trouble learned his craft well. Watching Sherlock on the tellie as a kit didn't hurt either. That deep Benedict Cumberbatch voice and diction not only added to Trouble's natural talents, but imprinted our sleuth with charm and wit as well as a heavy British accent. His lack of an opposable thumb has been successfully resolved by the acquisition of a pride of Mad Catters to pen his memoirs of murder, mayhem, and mystery. There is also his well known talent of resolving matters of the heart that keeps his mail bag full of letters from the lovelorn. But Trouble is wise in many aspects of life---his view of most dogs (why would anyone want a dog?), fine cuisine, the relevance of art and history---and so much more. You can meet his bevy of Mad Catters and pen you own advice seeking missives at troublecatmysteries.com.