Synopses & Reviews
When Benni Harper's friend passes away, he leaves his Broken DIS ranch to his daughter Shawna and her husband. Instead of raising cattle, the couple decides to turn it into a dude ranch. And while their intentions may be good, business is not. Leave it to Benni and her family to come to the rescue. Her plan? To tempt vacationers with a quilting and western extravaganza. It works. And soon, Benni and her family are cooking, quilting, and horseback riding with a whole slew of western tenderfoots." But the west gets a little too wild when one of the ranch dogs discovers a human bone on the property. It's enough to scare any reasonable guest away. To top it off, there's a rumor that one of the visitors is a nationally known travel writer, secretly working on a write-up. A bad review could easily kill business. Before long, Benni's old nemesis, Detective Ford "Hud" Hudson, is on board investigating. Together they uncover the remains of a murdered man buried in a shallow grave. Now, Benni must keep the guests safe and happy while unearthing the truth behind a terrible crime.
"Fowler offers another delightful entry into a strong series."—Mystery Reader
"Each Benni Harper mystery is better than the previous."—Midwest Book Review
"Don't miss Benni Harper in the Agatha Award-winning, national bestselling series that's One of the Best Yet."—Publishers Weekly
Benni's friend and her husband have opened a dude ranch that's about to go belly-up. So Benni helps out, tempting vacationers with a Western extravagnza. Soon, she's cooking and quilting with a slew of tenderfoots. But the fun truns sour when a dog finds a human bone on the property and Benni uncovers the remains of a man murdered outlawstyle.
Benni's friend and her husband have a dude ranch that's about to go belly-up. So Benni helps out, tempting vacationers with a Western extravaganza. But the fun turns sour when a dog finds a bone on the property and Benni uncovers human remains.
About the Author
Earlene Fowler was raised in La Puente, California, by a Southern mother and a Western father. She lives in Southern California with her husband, Allen, a large number of quilts, and twenty pairs of cowboy boots.