“There’s gold in them there hills!” … and something deadly, too.
Danger the likes Boone McCreery has never seen is brewing in the Black Hills. Fresh in from Santa Fe, he’s returned to Deadwood to seek justice for his uncle—and maybe to see about a girl. Little did he know his search for justice would have him stumbling into a hornets’ nest beyond his worst nightmare. One thing is for certain, the trouble he and his compadres chance upon deep in the trees is a LONG way from ordinary.
Kick up your spurs and enjoy another rip-roaring, wild ride with Boone, Rabbit, Clementine, and Hank through the pages of the second book in the Deadwood Undertaker series.
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From the bestselling, multiple award-winning, humorous Deadwood Mystery series comes a new herd of tales set in the same Deadwood stomping grounds, only back in the days when the Old West town was young.
A Long Way from Ordinary
This is terrific series!! Prequel to the Deadwood series
Once again Ann Charles does it and leaves me patiently waiting for a new book. This book is filled with entertainment, laughter, romance and on the edge of your seat suspense!! Recommend this book and any other books from Ann’s series. 2 thumbs up !!
Boone McCreery and his best friend and partner Jack "Rabbit" Fields have returned to Deadwood from Santa Fe to avenge their Uncle's death but what they find in those hills is a lot more trouble than Gold! Yep, Boone, Rabbit, Hank, and Clemintine are back and things are heating up in Historic Deadwood! This is the second installment in Ann Charles and hubby Sam Lucky's Undertaker series and It really did not disappoint! In fact, it left me craving more! With the rich history of Deadwood, South Dakota as the backdrop, this series is full of mystery and some chilling run in's with some pretty deadly spooks. This writing team is doing such an amazing job of introducing us to this unseen world and the ghouls that inhabit it as they develop each of the characters and their relationships and bring them to life and navigate us through the unknown. More, please.