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It s two times the turmoil for mayhem magnet Callie, her curvaceous cousin Lovie, and Elvis, the King reincarnated as nothin but a hound dog This time they re finding a lot than relics on an archeological dig that could truly be their ruinForced to choose between one man who wants to marry her and another who already did, Callie Valentine Jones can t think of a better way to check out of her personal Heartbreak Hotel then to get way, way out of town So when Lovie invites the whole Valentine clan to visit her brainy new beau s worksite near Cozumel, Callie packs up her crooning basset hound and heads straight for the airport But the moment they arrive at the dig, Elvis sniffs out T R O U B L E, in the form of a skeleton too fresh to be part of the research and too dead to spell anything but homicide Suspicious minds blame ghosts and gods, but Callie knows the guilty party is all too human and for once, she s determined not to get involved That determination goes right out the window when Lovie and Elvis go missing It s now or never, if Callie wants to save her cousin and her canine from someone who s got murder always on his mind And when her sexy ex arrives to save the day, she ll have to keep her head together, because her love won t wait but neither will a killer with something deadly to hide Pof cover Elvis and the Tropical Double Trouble

About the Author: Peggy Webb

Peggy Webb is a USA Today Bestselling author from Mississippi She has written 70 novels, 200 magazine humor columns, 2 screenplays Called a comedic genius by her peers, she writes romantic comedy and the hilarious Southern Cousins Mysteries as Peggy Webb She writes literary fiction under the pen names Anna Michaels and Elaine Hussey Pat Conroy calls her literary work astonishing and Kathie Fong Yoneda labels it brilliant The author calls The Sweetest Hallelujah,written as Elaine Hussey, the best book I ve ever written Advance reveiwers say if you can buy only one book, make it The Sweetest Hallelujah Learnat An actress and musician as well as a writer, Peggy composed the blues lyrics that appear throughout The Sweetest Hallelujah She has been in many stage plays at her local community theater and says the role she enjoyed most was the Witch in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe I was playing against type, she says Peggy loves gardening, playing piano, singing in her church choir, hanging out on her front porch with friends and owning dogs who think they are the boss She considers her greastest accomplishment raising two wonderful children who are good people, good citizens and good parents She says, I adore my four grandchildren who call me Gigi Thank goodness, the feeling is mutual Series Westland Diaries A Southern Cousins Mystery

10 thoughts on “Elvis and the Tropical Double Trouble

  1. Barb (Boxermommyreads) Barb (Boxermommyreads) says:

    So the Valentine clan head to Cozumel Lovie, to see her boyfriend at his archaeological dig, Callie and her Uncle Charlie to attend a mortuary conference, and Mama and Fayrene, who knows And of course, we can t forget Elvis Look at him on that cover looking all handsome and courageous So early on, Lovie is kidnapped and Elvis follows her because he doesn t want her to be alone That leaves the rest of the crew looking fo

  2. Robin Robin says:

    This is a toughie I liked the main characters, the crazy family the dog who thinks he s Elvis reincarnated This was a quick read I expected funny quirky this book delivers It was a little hard for me to get into because a dog who thinks he s Elvis helps tell part of the tale The author gets 5 stars for creativity, character creation for being light hearted amusing but I just really had a hard time getting through this book

  3. Bonnie& Bonnie& says:

    Lets start with what I liked about 4 in the Southern Cousins mystery series As always, both Elvis and Fayrene had me in stitches throughout the entire book I love the knight and shinning armor attitude that exist between Jack and Callie Now, the thing I disliked the most was that Callie and Lovie had no interaction with each other The thing that kept me coming back was the loving banter that took place between the 2 of them L

  4. Larry Hostetler Larry Hostetler says:

    Interesting Elvis the dog added a bit of humor The characters were sufficiently zany But for some reason and I don t know why it didn t engage me sufficiently to make me add this to my gotta read list of series Apparently there were two predecessors, and it seemed the characters were well developed The plot was fine but to some extent a little unusual beyond belief It was well written, and for Elvis the singer, not the dog fans

  5. Merrill Merrill says:

    this book was super cute It was a little hard to get into becouce I come in the middle of a series but as you get to know the characters its really fast pace The dog personalty reminds me of my dog Roxy I highly recommend this book mimi

  6. Penny Benson (Pensyl) Penny Benson (Pensyl) says:

    As much as I hate to say it, I just thought this book was awful I loved the first few in the series, but I just thought this one was horrible I don t like to ever give a negative comment about a book, but this one had too many things I just didn t like sorry.

  7. Mary Jensen Mary Jensen says:

    Where are Chet and Bernie when you need them

  8. Courtney Courtney says:

    Always enjoy her work and will always be willing to read this books over and over again

  9. Gerda Leek Gerda Leek says:

    good funny

  10. Marie Marie says:

    In Elvis and the Tropical Double Trouble, Callie Valentine Jones escapes her man troubles by taking off to Cozumel, Mexico Her cousin, Lovie, has invited the whole family down to visit an archaeological dig When Elvis, Callie s basset hound, who s really the reincarnated King himself, unearths a skeleton not associated with the dig, foul play is suspected Things go from bad to worse, when Lovie and Elvis go missing Callie must step up and find th

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