LeRoy Hooten did pull a knife on them; still, Colorado rancher/tribal investigator Charlie Moon and police chief Scott Parris feel awful that their attempt to subdue Hooten led to the purse snatcher’s death. They’re about to feel a lot worse: Hooten’s mob-connected momma employs a hired gun known only as the Cowboy to plug Moon and Parris. Aunt Daisy Perika is distracted by an annoying ghost, so she’s unable to warn Moon that he’s a marked man. And moon-eyed Sarah is grief-stricken when Moon proposes to Patsy Poynter, so she’s no help. Can bounty hunter Ella Smithson thwart the assassin and save the unwitting targets? This 17th novel in Doss’ acclaimed series blends homespun humor and Native American lore with grit and genuine menace.
Hardcover Book : 304 pages
Publisher: Minotaur ( October 30, 2012 )
Item #: 13-657848
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.875inches
Product Weight: 14.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Liked the story. Disliked the narrative part. Sorry to lose Mr Doss. Will miss Charlie Moon.
Reviewer: Linda K
This was not one of James D.Doss's best Charlie Moon book. Parts were very good, parts were slow and parts just didn't make a lot of sense. Sorry, just not that good !
Reviewer: Herbert S
I didn't like the narrative part of the story. The story line was good, but I wouldn't recommend this book.
Another wonderful book in the Charlie Moon series. I have all and loved every one. Mr Doss will be sadly missed. What a wonderful talent he was and he never disappointed. How sad it is not to be able to look forward to the next adventure with Charlie, Scott, Daisy and Sarah.
Reviewer: Karen R
Love this final book by James Doss. Have read all of the Charlie Moon series and am sad to know that I will never know for sure if Charlie or Scott ever marry or if Aunt Daisy ever says a kind word or what Sarah eventually does with her life. Thank you Mr. Doss for all the hours of enjoyment you have given me. You will be missed.
Reviewer: Katherine L