Crazy in Paradise
by Deborah Brown
Crazy in Paradise, is Deborah Brown's debut novel, a Florida Keys mystery, which makes the reader laugh, cry and cheer... Dying in the Middle of Summer is Sweaty Business... If you ever put yourself in trouble by picking up someone else's past, you have to meet Madison Westin, an honorary Trouble Queen.
Madison is a quirky motel owner, who recently inherited her aunt's beachfront motel in the Florida Keys. But that is NOT all she inherited, as the motel houses a slew of colorful tenant's - drunks, ex-cons, fugitives, and whatever bad guy you can think of.
How to solve this mess...?
That is really not that difficult if you are Madison Westin.
Step 1: Take back control of YOUR motel
Step 2: Learn the ins and outs of blackmail, murder, and drugs
Step 3: If all fails, hope for the best...
Deborah Brown's Crazy in Paradise is packed with Action, Romance, Intrigue, Mystery and Suspense. Oh... did I forget to mention the humor makes for a fast and enjoyable read? This book will be difficult to put down! GIVVER GO... ... but ONLY if you want to be Crazy in Paradise!
Meet the Author: Deborah BrownDeborah Brown is the author of two follow-up novels to Crazy in Paradise. Deception in Paradise and Trouble in Paradise also offer “laugh out loud, roller coaster rides.” She’s been writing, in one way or another for as long as she can remember. Deborah wanted to create the perfect beach book, to make the reader laugh, cry and cheer… and then run out and tell their friends about it. From Deborah: Since all great journeys start with a single step, I'll have on a cute pair of shoes..............Crazy. Ice cream loving. Redhead. 5'2", long legs. As an avid exerciser, I get to the gym every five years or so. I hate being tricked by that stinking raisin in the oatmeal cookie when my heart was set on chocolate. And it's totally acceptable for me to be mildly annoying when it makes me laugh. South Florida is my home, with my ungrateful rescue animals, where Mother Nature takes out her bad attitude in the form of hurricanes.
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