Trouble in Paradise
Trouble Cat Mysteries Book 6
May 7, 2018
Available in: e-Book, Trade Size
DEAD IN PARADISE...
Key West is paradise---unless you're the dead woman in the Toucan Suite. The Hemingway cats, Megs and Bartholomew, who wander the grounds of the B&B, think Liberty Anderson was a spy. But spying on whom? And why? Trouble, the black cat detective, must decipher their cryptic communications and piece together a motive for murder.
Ginger Browne runs the B&B on a shoestring. The Paradise is her home, her history, and her refuge. An unsolved murder could be the kiss of death for this native Conch's struggle for financial and emotional security.
Trout Richardson is one of the many recluses who came to Key West to escape his past and work as a charter boat captain. Was Liberty merely a charter to him? Or is there more to their relationship?
Both Trout and Ginger resist their mutual attraction, but Trouble knows they're on an irreversible course toward love and redemption. Trouble must help them resolve the mystery of Liberty's murder and steer them down the path toward each other.
All while a killer roams the island paradise of the Conch Republic and a lost treasure is up for grabs.
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.