Elvis and the Tropical Double Trouble by Peggy Webb
(Southern Cousins)

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Callie Valentine Jones can't think of a better way to check out of her personal Heartbreak Hotel then to accept her cousin Lovie's timely invite to get away in Cozumel, where her brainy beau is digging up bones for research. But the moment Callie and her loyal good luck charm Elvis arrive, trouble greets them in the form of a skeleton too fresh to be ancient history 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 flies 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.

"Prepare to laugh out loud." --Library Journal


About Peggy Webb

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Bestselling author Peggy Webb has written 61 books, 200 magazine columns and a screenplay. Peggy plays piano and writes blues songs. A native of Mississippi and former adjunct professor of writing, Peggy had a book submitted for a 2007 Pulitzer.
Published September 4, 2012 by Kensington Books. 289 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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She trusts Callie’s expert advice on matters of the heart because Callie herself is in the process of divorcing her drop-dead-gorgeous husband Jack Jones, whose job with the CIA keeps him away more than Callie can stand.

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