Tiger's Adventures in the Everglades Volume Two
Available in paperback September 2018
Six more short stories about the cat with attitude.
Don’t Climb the Coconut - Tiger climbs the coconut and becomes stuck. The cat next door, Wolf, laughs at him.
Scorpion - The scorpion stings Tiger for no reason. The next scorpion he sees, he attacks, accidently knocking over and saving a baby from a bad injury.
Killer - There’s a new dog in town and Tiger shows him who is boss and rescues him.
Killer Sequel - Two wild dogs terrorize the park and it is Killer’s turn to rescue Tiger.
Beggar Lice - Tiger chases a bird into the beggar lice and becomes covered with the stickers. His fur tangled, eyes stuck, he looks like a weird lumpy green monster.
Bacon Wrapped Fried Chicken Nuggets - Tiger gets caught stealing snacks.
Tiger's Adventures in the Everglades
A fun anthology of short stories - not a romance or a mystery, but maybe a little of both. Tiger, a saucy and irreverent cat, moves from the big city to Everglades National Park with his lady.
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Is it a mugging or an attempted abduction? Robin’s ex, Detective Ramirez, insists it was a kidnapping. Robin disagrees. “No one will pay ransom for me, I’m a sommelier. No one kidnaps wine stewards.” She’s a business woman, owner of Fine Wines Fine Foods which specializes in wine events and parties, and she isn’t leaving town or hiding out at home.
Not taking a chance, her friends bring in a bodyguard, Colin Gibbs. Colin saves her and another woman, Patsy, from four abductors, taking down three of them. And now the question is who is the target? Robin or Patsy, the wealthy socialite whose regular guards are sick from food poisoning. Colin doesn’t take any chances and calls in two additional guards to provide full time protection for his client.
If the men are after Robin, is the attack connected to the counterfeit wines she discovered and the murder of the man who sold them? Or her new consulting work for the FBI, cataloguing and authenticating the wine cellar of a convicted crime boss?
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