LEFT HANGING By Patricia McLinn

PEACE


I was attracted to the Caught DEAD in Wyoming series because of the characters and as I finished one book I wanted to know what characters would do in the next installment of the series. Each book involves a theme that new residents to our Western States encountered. The twists and turns the stories take will hold enthralled. Each book can be read as a standalone but in reading in order for the backstory.

Elizabeth “E. M.” Danniher is settling into her job as the Helping Hand reporter and rodeo is now important to the citizens of the area. The rodeo promoter of the special Fourth of July rodeo is found in a bullpen mauled by the bulls. Thurston Fine does not feel it is an important story. Elizabeth and her cohorts, Diana, Mike, Tom explore the case. Elizabeth has help from following residents, the store clerk, Penny, Mike’s Aunt G, and Mrs. Parens. Shadow become protective of Elizabeth but still won’t let her touch him. The group looks into how the victim got into the bullpen.  Does Elizabeth has the major story discussed as a Helping Hand story? I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES. was attracted to the Caught DEAD in Wyoming series because of the characters and as I finished one book I wanted to know what characters would do in the next installment of the series. Each book involves a theme that new residents to our Western States encountered. The twists and turns the stories take will hold enthralled. Each book can be read as a standalone but in reading in order for the backstory.

Elizabeth “E. M.” Danniher is settling into her job as the Helping Hand reporter and rodeo is now important to the citizens of the area. The rodeo promoter of the special Fourth of July rodeo is found in a bullpen mauled by the bulls. Thurston Fine does not feel it is an important story. Elizabeth and her cohorts, Diana, Mike, Tom explore the case. Elizabeth has help from following residents, the store clerk, Penny, Mike’s Aunt G, and Mrs. Parens. Shadow become protective of Elizabeth but still won’t let her touch him. The group looks into how the victim got into the bullpen.  Does Elizabeth has the major story discussed as a Helping Hand story? I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

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5 Responses to LEFT HANGING By Patricia McLinn

  1. lghiggins says:

    I am excited to try out a comment tonight. I’m going with plan B on the VPN. The service we had wanted too much personal information to verify our credit card. I’m trying out a free service that I’ll have to sign up for monthly. A small hassle but better than having your identity stolen. My only issue is that my laptop is too old for their software, but it works on my iPad. I can live with that too. This sounds like a good series. I too like settings in the West.

  2. lghiggins says:

    How nice that you got your new chair. I hope you really enjoy it.

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