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Gunfight at Grace Gulch (Dressed for Death Mystery Series #1) (Heartsong…

by Darlene Franklin

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Cozy mystery that is more a romance than a mystery. ( )
  Bettesbooks | Jun 6, 2016 |
Letters from a historical land run, clothing from a modern day reenactment, and bullets from a weapon of murder thread their way through Darlene Franklin’s Gunfight at Grace Gulch. If dusty Oklahoma really is a piece of Eden, then a snake has invaded the town, but who might it be? Small town food and politics feed into an intriguing combination of present day investigation and historical mystery, making this the sort of cool, fast read that nevertheless keeps readers on their toes. There are clues scattered throughout, together with a very natural Christian faith presented with genuine depth and human concern. Romance is as fragrant as wild flowers and warming as Velveeta cream cheese and butter. But guilt and merciful forgiveness might be the theme, and the tale’s well-told; a quick, exciting, enticing read with genuine romantic tension, clever mystery, vivid history, and heart.

Disclosure: It was free so I bought it. ( )
  SheilaDeeth | May 1, 2015 |
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"Thank you" is inadequate to fy faithful critiquers: Susan Page Davis, Rhonda Gibson, Lisa Harris, and Lynette Sowell. I am pround to join your ranks.
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    April 1889
    Dearest Mary,
    How I have dreamed of describing for you the lovely piece of land that God has given us as our own. I truly believed the opening of the unassigned lands in Indian Territory was God's provision for us. At last I could leave my wandering cowboy ways and start my own ranch, with you by my side.
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