Small Town Sheriff Buries the Hatchet in Jay Crownover’s ‘Justified’ [REVIEW]

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In Justified, Jay Crownover transports us to a small Texas town where danger threatens to erupt but the local sheriff is determined to succeed. (Photo courtesy Canva.)

A rugged sheriff. His sworn enemy. When explosive secrets from the past resurface, will he do his job regardless of the cost? Find out in Jay Crownover’s new romantic thriller, Justified. Read more of this post

‘Home at Chestnut Creek’ is a Story Full of Heart and Hope [REVIEW]

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Will the Land of Enchantment cast its spell over two outsiders? (Photo by Mike Lewinski, Flickr)

She has secrets she’d rather keep to herself. But then again, so does he. When two outsiders collide in a dusty New Mexico town, will they be able to reconcile their pasts and seize happiness? Or are some obstacles too difficult to overcome? Find out in Laura Drake’s heartwarming new novel, Home at Chestnut Creek.  Read more of this post

A Vicious Killer is on the Loose in ‘Robert B. Parker’s Buckskin’

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When violence erupts in Appaloosa, Virgil Cole strives to keep the peace.
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Legendary mystery author Robert B. Parker may have died nine years ago, but the beloved characters he created live on, including Old West lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch. Now they’re about to saddle up once again in the forthcoming novel, Robert B. Parker’s Buckskin, by Robert Knott. Read more of this post

Harper Sloan’s ‘Kiss My Boots’ Is Sweet, Sassy Fun [SPOTLIGHT]

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Quinn Davis is a Texas tomboy who wants nothing to do with silver-tongued cowboys.
(Photo courtesy Author Harper Sloan, Facebook)

Hang on to your Stetsons this summer, because you’re in for one wild ride! Get lost in the second installment of New York Times bestselling author Harper Sloan’s Coming Home series, Kiss My Boots. In the second installment, the wildest Davis of them all is looking for love…maybe. Read more of this post

Harry Hunsicker Makes His Mark with ‘The Devil’s Country’ [REVIEW]

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Trouble finds a rambling drifter in a tiny West Texas town in Harry Hunsicker’s The Devil’s Country.
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When a lone drifter steps off the bus in a tiny West Texas town, all he wants is to mind his own business and be left alone. But trouble has a way of sneaking up and finding a man when he least expects it. Suddenly caught in a dangerous web of malice and corruption, will he be able to uncover the town’s terrible secrets and clear his name? Find out in Harry Hunsicker’s new thriller, The Devil’s Country.   Read more of this post