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Two dead husbands. Accident, suicide or murder?Life in beautiful Santa Barbara County will never be the same for two grieving widows. One is serving a lengthy sentence for the bizarre tractor death of her much older, land-rich husband. The other is convinced her husband's death was no suicide. During Madeline's four-month convalescence, Steven Ridley-her jailbird ex-manages to get parole on the pretext of retraining inmates for their reentry into society. He has the audacity to enlist Mike's help to find out if inmate Lindsay Bartholomew had been set up to take the fall for her husband's…mehr

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Two dead husbands. Accident, suicide or murder?Life in beautiful Santa Barbara County will never be the same for two grieving widows. One is serving a lengthy sentence for the bizarre tractor death of her much older, land-rich husband. The other is convinced her husband's death was no suicide. During Madeline's four-month convalescence, Steven Ridley-her jailbird ex-manages to get parole on the pretext of retraining inmates for their reentry into society. He has the audacity to enlist Mike's help to find out if inmate Lindsay Bartholomew had been set up to take the fall for her husband's death. Santa Barbara D.A. Conrad Adams makes a personal appeal to MDPI on behalf of Natalie Sheckle, hoping Madeline and Mike can prove whether her husband took his own life, or if someone stitched him up for his own murder.Never ones to shy away from long shots or lost causes, the duo dives into both cases. But now they must figure out what secrets these two men took to their graves. The Trouble with Paradise is the fourth book in the Madeline Dawkins Series ★★★★★ "I was drawn to it by the title, promising a gorgeous setting and captivating mystery." ★★★★★ "The book delivered on both fronts!" ★★★★★ "A heart pounding thriller!" ★★★★★ "The book pulls you in from the very beginning and I didn't want to put it down until I had finished the last page."