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    Trouble saves the day in Key West.

    Trouble in Paradise In this story of Rebecca Barret we find Trouble staying at The Paradise Bed and Breakfast in Key West near the Marina and Hemingway Museum. Trouble’s owner is away so he is staying for a while with Ginger, the proprietor of The Paradise B&B and it does not take long before his detecting skills are called upon. One of the guests of the Paradise is found dead in her room with the door locked on the inside! Trouble had a meeting with the guest in question and had already concluded that she did not like cats at all. Ginger is understandably very upset but has the support and help of ‘Trout’ a single guy who is reorganising his life in Key West living on a small charter boat. Their initial tentative attraction soon grows as they work together trying to find out what happened to the dead guest, an attack on Ginger and another one on an employee of The Paradise. Trout is stepping up to support Ginger in keeping the B&B running whilst Ginger is recovering and her staff member is at the hospital getting first aid and being checked out. As they have their hands rather full with this, Trouble puts his whiskers to the task and soon finds a common thread between smells left in the dead women’s room and the area where Ginger and her staff were attacked. He also shows Ginger and Trout where to look for a missing treasure which was hidden by another guest who appears to have disappeared without trace. Fortunately this missing guest reappears and can claim ownership of the treasured papers which are purported to be drafts Hemingway made prior to writing one of his books. Ginger and Trout become an item and started to accept Trouble’s detecting abilities as they unravel the mystery of the locked doors with a dead person inside and various other attacks that happened in the B&B over a few days time. A most entertaining story with Trouble as hero situated in Key West and at The Paradise Bed and Breakfast hotel.
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    Trouble is BACK in Paradise!

    Murder and mayhem in Key West, Florida? You bet there is a whole lot of Trouble when the highly superior feline detective is on the case. Our black Sherlockian cat, Trouble is visiting Ginger Browne, the owner of the Paradise Bed and Breakfast on holiday. Ginger's friend, Trout, the sea captain, was there to pick up Liberty Anderson, one of the Paradise's guests for a guided boat tour for a mysterious reason. Unfortunately, Liberty is not up to make this tour, she is found dead in the Toucan suite by Trouble, Ginger and Trout. The suspect list is growing longer in this case,as to who murdered Liberty? Ginger, Trout, Detective Duncan Moore, along with Trout are the case to solve the murder, along with a a missing person case. Megs and Bartholomew, the Hemingway cats, befriended Trouble to assist with the murder with unusual responses that has Trouble questioning the various guests' motives for staying at the Paradise. This is an interesting read with several twists and turns throughout the story. The author used local slang for the locals that I did not know. This explanation appeared in the middle of the storyline which told the story of the creation of term for the locals of the Florida Keys. The action does pick up during the middle of the story at a good pace with the addition of a missing person mystery. The two plots were effortlessly weaved together to lead the reader to believe that one suspect for both mysteries behind both crimes until the end of the story. She did an outstanding job of staging the scenes for the murder and the missing person reveal very well. Throughout the story, the hint of a possible romance between Trout and Ginger is an excellent addition to this interesting plotline.
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    Trouble visits the Hemingway Cats

    Trouble is visiting Key West while Tammy Lynn is on a cruise. He’s staying at a small bread and breakfast run by Ginger. The bread and breakfast has been in Ginger’s family for years. One of the guests is found dead in her room leading Trouble on the trail of the murderer. This is another great Trouble mystery and I was excited to read an advanced copy.
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    Thoroughly Enjoyable and Laugh Out Loud Moments

    Trouble is now in Key West staying with Tammy Lee's friend Ginger. When a body is found at a local Bed and Breakfast this Cumberbatch like detective leads, prods and pushes his hostess and the man she loves to custom find answers. While in Key West Trouble may as well explore and see what paradise looks like as I am always told by family who live down there. I myself was actually fascinated by the Hemingway cats,that roam the island. Par the legendary six or seven toed one. Loved the mystery, the characters had me laughing, all around a thoroughly enjoyable read. Can't wait to see where Trouble ends up next! I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
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    Wonderful beach read

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book! Trouble navigates the twists and turns of this mystery as well as his idol, Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch)) would. And he keeps the humans on the straight and narrow. I loved the Key West location and the Hemingway cats. Wonderful beach read! Where will Trouble be next??? I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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