Born an Irish American Traveller, Quinn's father and stepfamily raise her to be a con artist. Can she escape a binding marriage contract and a life of crime?
Jailed for theft, Quinn pays restitution working on a horse farm. Unfamiliar with horses, her love for them surprises her. They make her hope for a better world.
Until the farm's owner is brutally murdered and Quinn is the prime suspect.
On the run, Quinn uses every scam and con she knows to save herself. Can she find the real killer before she's imprisoned for life or murdered because she knows too much?
A mystery-thriller of deceit, murder, greed and hope, by multiple award-winning author, Sasscer Hill.
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Sasscer Hill’s Travels of Quinn
Quinn O’Neill is an Irish Traveler. She resides in
Tinker Town, Georgia with her Da, stepmother
and step brother. She works with her Da
pulling scams and cons. She is betrothed to
a man per family arrangement who she doesn’t
Tinker, con artist, talented in scamming then
she gets caught in the theft. The results....she
lands her in jail until she is sent to work on a
rich woman’s horse farm. There she meets three
other rescued criminals. One whom she get
fond of quickly....but can she trust him. Her
issues of trust began with a mother who left
her, a stepmother and stepbrother out to
Then a murder occurs. Off to jail she goes.
Can she trust her lawyer??? Can she discover
the real culprit??
A accident occurs setting Quinn free. Will she
be able to prove her innocence?? Or will her
adversaries succeed in defaming her.
A fast paced, well written, suspenseful
plotted murder mystery. The characters are
colorful, vivid, well defined, quirky, some are
full of deceit, hatred, full of greed while other
full of compassion.
Description will put the reader right there in
the midst of Quinn’s travels with her Da,
when she get caught stealing, in jail and on
the horse farm. The reader will meet the
horses who will seem so real.
This is a fantastic read! I highly recommend
the book and look forward to the next book
I volunteered to read Travels of Quinn. Thanks
to the Cozy Review Crew for the opportunity.
My opinion is voluntary and my own.