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Paradise Can Be Murder

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Kay's cruise with family and friends soon leads to a murder investigation on the high seas, and the clock is ticking to find justice for the victim before their time in paradise ends.
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Author: Susan Bernhardt
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Kay, Phil, and friends are looking forward to taking their first vacation together on a Caribbean cruise. Visits to exotic islands, sailing through turquoise waters, luxurious dining, and great entertainment await them. But Paradise Can Be Murder when one of the guests on board dies an unnatural death.

With their innate curiosity, Kay and company find themselves in the heart of the investigation. Will they find justice for the victim, amidst secrets and deceit, before the cruise comes to an end and the murderer leaves the ship? Time is ticking away.

Meanwhile, a racially charged hate crime back home shakes the community of Sudbury Falls.

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Title Paradise Can Be Murder
Series A Kay Driscoll Mystery #4
Author Susan Bernhardt
Genre Cozy Mystery
Release November 14, 2017
Designer Charlotte Volnek
Length 215 pages
ISBN E-book 978-1-77127-957-4
Price $5.99
Tags Cozy mystery, mystery, Kay Driscoll, Caribbean Sea, high seas, racism, amateur woman sleuth, cruise ship, cruise, tropical, Wisconsin, murder, justice, killer, suspense, baby boomers, poison, CIA, Susan Bernhardt, The Ginseng Conspiracy, Murder Under the Tree, Murder by Fireworks, A Manhattan Murder Mystery, Paradise Can Be Murder.

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When I returned home, carrying bags in both hands, Phil looked up from the newspaper. “I see it was a successful trip.” He turned back to the newspaper and said, “I can’t believe the vandalism and bigotry going on in this sleepy, little town.”

I put my packages down on the coffee table. I wouldn’t exactly call Sudbury Falls a sleepy, little town after what I’ve experienced. “What vandalism? And bigotry?”

He looked down at the newspaper again. “Vandals spray-painted the windows at Gupta’s New Delhi with the words, ‘We don’t want your kind here. We don’t need your kurry. This is America.’” Phil shook his head.

“Oh my gosh! That’s terrible. I hadn’t heard. Neelam didn’t say anything to me about it yesterday when she called about what to bring for the party.”

“It happened last night. I’m surprised it’s already in the paper. Whoever did this is ignorant and they don’t even know how to spell curry correctly.”

“Neelam and Dinesh are American citizens. I didn’t think there were people like this in Sudbury Falls.”

“Racists? Don’t be so naive. There are racists everywhere.”

I took off my coat and hung it up. Coming back into the room, I said, “I need to call Neelam.”

“She and Dinesh will be at the bon voyage party tomorrow. You can talk to her then. I’m sure she’s upset.”

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