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eBook The Trouble with Murder ePub

by Kate Sweeney

  • ISBN: 1933113855
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian
  • Author: Kate Sweeney
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Intaglio Publications; 1st edition (January 18, 2008)
  • Pages: 242
  • ePub book: 1936 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1590 kb
  • Other: rtf txt lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 442

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Written by. Kate Sweeney.

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List of Books: She Waits, 2006 A Nice Clean Murder, 2005 The Trouble with Murder, 2008 (Goldie Winner) Who'll Be Dead For Christmas?, 2009 (Goldie Winner) Of Course It's Murder, 2010 (Goldie Winner) What Happened in Malinmore, 2011 (Goldie Finalist) A Near Myth Murder, 2012 It's Not Always Murder, 2013 Recalculated Murder, 2014. Dead in the Water, 2015 (e-book only). Married to Mayhem, 2015 (e-book only) Notes: Odd that the second book in the series seems to have been published before the first.

After a three week photo assignment chasing wild mustangs in the heat of South Dakota, Kate Ryan wants nothing more than a quiet week at her log cabin in the woods. She decides to make it a girls only week and invites her sister Teri, dear Aunt Hannah and Maggie. Kate s nice quiet week turns out to be anything but nice and quiet. Maggie ends up bringing a friend along, causing Kate to grow even more reluctant to acknowledge any feelings she might have for her. But Kate finds a champion in Aunt Hannah, who is determined to see her cynical niece and the elusive Kate together at last. Then something quite troublesome begins to happen on the lake. A violent storm soon leaves them isolated and a body washes up on the beach. Kate finds there are too many suspects and no way out but that s just the trouble with murder...

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Jesmi Jesmi
Kate Ryan strikes again. In more ways than one. Kate's insecurities about her relationship with Dr. Maggie Winfield drove her to take a three week assignment photographing mustangs in South Dakota. During that time she hasn't been in touch with anyone, not her sister, not her editor, not Maggie. Now she's home and, although her first stop is to visit Maggie and her Aunt Hannah, she's not sure of the welcome she'll get. The situation is difficult and then, as is typical with Kate, it gets more difficult when Maggie introduces her new friend Ellen. Kate was already going to retreat to her cabin on the lake and intended to invite her sister, Maggie and Hannah to join her for a girl's weekend. Her confusion multiplies when she finds herself inviting Ellen also, a woman she is pretty sure intends to take Maggie away from her. Strange things begin to happen as soon as Kate arrives at the cabin. There are signs of a possible break in and, when she's in the shed checking on some equipment, someone knocks her out. When things begin to disappear and it seems someone is watching them from the woods, the situation turns more serious. A suspicious fire and a body washing up on the shore have Kate regretting that everyone she loves is with her. When a storm causes flooding and strands them at the lake, Kate becomes desperate to solve the mystery to protect the people who mean everything to her. And then there's her relationship with Maggie. Can she find the courage to open herself up to the possibilities that Maggie is offering or will she drive her into another woman's arms?

This is the third mystery starring Kate Ryan and her friends. Unlike some series, these stories continue to get stronger. They are better developed with each book and it's clear that Sweeney's skill is improving with practice.

Anyone who likes a good mystery will like The Trouble With Murder. Anyone who likes a good romance will like it. Anyone who likes good characters, who have you caring about them and laughing and crying with them, will like this book. Does that leave anyone not to like it? Probably not.
Raniconne Raniconne
Should do more research on boats & fishing. What was written was wrong. Besides that the book was an enjoyable read.
Nalmergas Nalmergas
I have written a more comprehensive review under the book titled "It's Not Always Murder." Please see that review for more detail.
Zovaithug Zovaithug
Excellent book, love her books
Androrim Androrim
This is a great book series...6 read with 4 more to go.
Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle
I really enjoyed this book by Sweeney also. I have read all of her books.
Lavivan Lavivan
I am 3 books into the series and am enjoying it very much. I can identify with Kate's accident prone nature.
This book was very interesting entertaining. I have read several of Kate Sweeney books and have found them all to be very good.