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WILL TRAVEL FOR TROUBLE SERIES OF COZY MYSTERIES
Light-hearted cozy mysteries with a traveling amateur female sleuth
CONTENT RATING: No graphic violence, sexual situations or strong language
Book 1 - Trouble at Happy Trails
Book 2 - Trouble at Sunny Lake
Book 3 - Trouble at Glacier
Book 4 - Trouble at Hungry Lake
Book 5 – Trouble at Snake and Clearwater
Book 6 – Trouble in Florence
Book 7 – Trouble in Tombstone Town
Book 8 – Trouble in Cochise Stronghold
Book 9 – Trouble in Orange Beach
Book 10 – Trouble at Pelican Penthouse
Book 11 – Trouble at Island Retreat
Book 12 – Trouble at Yellowstone
Book 13 – Trouble at Devils Tower
Book 14 – Trouble in El Paso
Book 15 – Trouble in Diablo Canyon
Book 16 – Trouble in Santa Fe
Books 1-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12, 13-14
Together in one set, Books 4-6 of Will Travel for Trouble series of short cozy mysteries!
Trouble at Hungry Horse, Book 4: Minnie Crockwell, recreational vehicle enthusiast and traveler, no sooner leaves Glacier National Park than she encounters some trouble with her RV and tow car, necessitating an unexpected layover at a campground in the nearby small town of Hungry Horse, Montana. Within an hour of checking in, however, a gunshot rings out, and Minnie finds herself on her hands and knees hiding under a park bench. But the shot wasn't meant for her. In fact, no one can even find the shooter or a gun. Minnie just wants to get her RV fixed and get on the road, but she soon finds herself immersed in the repercussions of a decades-old tragedy.
Trouble at Snake and Clearwater, Book 5: Minnie Crockwell, recreational vehicle enthusiast and traveler, receives a call from her niece, Tiffany, who has recently moved from Arizona to Washington to be with her boyfriend. Lonely in a new area, Tiffany asks Aunt Minnie to stop by for a visit. Minnie heads south to the small city of Clarkston, Washington, at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers. Finding a wonderful RV site with a panoramic view of the Snake River, Minnie settles in for a short, relaxing visit with her niece. The beauty of the scene is marred though, when one fisherman disappears from his boat right before her eyes.
Peregrine Ebenezer (Ben) Alvord, Minnie's nineteenth-century ghost traveling companion, can do nothing to save the man from drowning. In fact, he can't even find him. But search and rescue teams do finally locate poor Jim Olson, only to discover that he didn't die by drowning. Everyone liked Jim Olson, everyone except the person who killed him. Minnie vows to stay out of this murder investigation, but she feels responsible since she was the last person to see him alive. Besides the killer, that is.
Trouble in Florence, Book 6: Minnie Crockwell, recreational vehicle enthusiast and traveler, is heading south to warmer climates by way of Highway 101, also known as the Oregon Coast Highway and Pacific Highway. She stops for a few days in the quaint little seaside town of Florence, Oregon, for a stay at the Tuscan Sands RV Park. Although the park hardly lives up to its evocative name, the sand dunes of the Florence beaches most certainly do. When in Florence... The dangerous and erratic driver of a blue Jeep, the fierce coastal storm that sweeps through overnight, a barking dog that paws at the sand, and the discovery of a body partially submerged beneath a log on the beach all conspire to take the relax out of relaxing. Against her will and Ben's words of caution, Minnie cannot help but try to solve the mystery of the Trouble in Florence.