Rich and flamboyant Honeybelle Hensley, the most colorful character in Mule Stop, Texas, dies a suspicious death and enrages the whole town by leaving her worldly fortune to the most undeserving recipient - her dog. The incorrigible Miss Ruffles is a Texas cattle cur, not a cuddly lapdog. But now Miss Ruffles is in danger, and it's up to Sunny McKillip, the unwilling dogsitter, to keep her safe.
With a killer on the loose and a cowboy lawyer keeping a suspicious eye on her every move, Sunny needs all the help she can get in understanding how Texans think. There's more to Honeybelle's death than meets this Yankee's eye. It's a bucking bull ride of an adventure for Sunny and Miss Ruffles.
©2015 Nancy Martin (P)2015 Dreamscape Media, LLC
I love Nancy Martin's other series but this one was a huge disappointment. As soon as the rich woman disappeared and a comment was made about no death cert it was downhill from there. Ugh.
Less nit-picky detail, better research, a more interesting story, less boring characters
okay. Haven't listened to anything else by her but don't see why it wouldn't be okay if the story was.
Most of the detail. This should have been a short story but even then it lacks interest.
I can't believe I wasted a credit on this. Jumped from ch 13 (dog got knapped) to 23, listed for a couple minutes, jumped to final chapter. Ugh. Waste of time.
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