Monday, February 22, 2010

Book Review: The Sheriff's Surrender by Susan Page Davis

Book Description:
When murder comes to Fergus, Idaho, the men of the town don't seem able to find the killer. Gert Dooley, the gunsmith's sister, teaches frightened women to handle guns in order to protect themselves. Will new sheriff Ethan Chapman be able to unmask the Penny Man—the mysterious killer who leaves an 1866 Indian head penny at the scene of each crime? Or will that honor belong to the Ladies' Shooting Club?

My thoughts:
The Sheriff's Surrender by Susan Page Davis was a very enjoyable read. It was a little slow at the beginning, but thing began to pick up pace. Between the men getting out of shape because with woman are learning to shoot, no one having faith in the sheriff and then throw in all the mysterious murders, shootings and fires and suddenly I found I was very interested. If you are looking for a quick, fun and slightly romantic read, then I highly recommend The Sheriff's Surrender.

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