Trouble Most Faire
Trouble Cat Mysteries Book 11
October 7, 2019
Available in: e-Book
CASTLES, CUDGELS—AND MURDER!
After the worst breakup in human history, Robbi Bryan needs a carefree summer and a place to fly her falcon. To give her wounded heart time to recover, she joins the Sherwood Renaissance Faire. But the faire holds much more than jugglers, archers, and a chance to reenact the days of yore. Robbi finds herself entangled in a web of secrets, lies, rivalries, and murder. The last thing she has time for is a handsome Scotsman with some hefty baggage of his own.
Mal McClaren has found a haven and a retreat among the permanent residents of Sherwood, Tennessee’s year-round Ren Faire. When a murder threatens his home, the brawny Scotsman comes up with a risky plan to find the killer and save the faire. He didn’t count on falling for a feisty falconer with a troubled past.
Trouble, the famous black cat detective, has never lost a human in his charge. He’s also never had—or wanted—a sidekick. But with a killer on the loose and the future of the faire in jeopardy, Trouble must work paw-in-hoof with Tuck, an incorrigible potbellied pig, to unmask the killer and show two wounded people that love is a risk worth taking.
Jaden Terrell is a Shamus Award finalist and the internationally published author of the Nashville-based Jared McKean Mystery series. Terrell is the winner of the 2017 Killer Nashville Builder Award, the 2017 Golden Quill Award for service to the Southeast Chapter of Mystery Writers of America (SEMWA), and the 2009 Magnolia Award, also for SEMWA service. She’s a member of MWA, Sisters in Crime, International Thriller Writers, and Private Eye Writers of America. While researching her novels, she attended the Metro Nashville Citizen Police Academy, the FBI Citizen Academy, the TBI Citizen Academy, and Lee Lofland’s Writers’ Police Academy. She was a pretty fair shot with a sniper rifle, but was hopeless at lifting fingerprints. A former special education teacher, Terrell has a red belt in Tae Kwan Do, a certification in equine massage therapy, and a passion for ballroom dancing. When not writing, Terrell is a writing coach who leads in-person and online courses and workshops on the craft and business of writing fiction.