Trouble at Snake and Clearwater

Minnie and Ben are enjoying some time at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers on the border of Washington and Idaho. The beauty of the scene though is marred when one fisherman disappears from his boat right before Minnie's eyes. Search and rescue teams finally locate the victim only to discover that he didn't die by drowning. Everyone liked the victim! Almost everyone. More

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About Minnie Crockwell

Minnie Crockwell is the author of the "Will Travel for Trouble" series of short cozy mysteries featuring Minnie, recreational vehicle (RV) enthusiast and traveler, and her companion, Peregrine Ebenezer (Ben) Alvord, a 19th century cartographer with the Lewis and Clark expedition who just happens to be a ghost! The short cozy mysteries feature Ben and Minnie's adventures on the road as they discover that no one knows what goes on behind the closed doors of those happy campers. Join them for a bumpy ride!

Minnie, at present living in a sticks-and-bricks home in Washington State, has owned various RV setups from travel trailers to Class C's to fifth wheels to Class A's (in that order). She spent several years on the road living, traveling and writing in her RVs, and hopes to get back out there soonest! She enjoys hearing from readers. You can contact her at minniecrockwell@gmail.com. Minnie also writes time travel romances as Bess McBride.

Book 1: Trouble at Happy Trails
Book 2: Trouble at Sunny Lake
Book 3: Trouble at Glacier
Book 4: Trouble at Hungry Horse
Book 5: Trouble at Snake and Clearwater
Book 6: Trouble in Florence
Book 7: Trouble in Tombstone Town
Book 8: Trouble in Cochise Stronghold
Book 9: Trouble in Orange Beach
Book 10: Trouble at Pelican Penthouse
Book 11: Trouble at Island Castle
Book 12: Trouble at Yellowstone
Will Travel for Trouble Series Books 1-3
Will Travel for Trouble Series Books 4-6
Will Travel for Trouble Series Books 7-9

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