Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Hang 'Em High Book Review



I'm excited to review another fantastic book from Tristi Pinkston today.
Hang 'Em High is a great mystery full of head-scratching clues and quick-witted humor. I'm still smiling about a reference to mail-order monkeys and if you want to know why, you'll just have to read the book!
Here's a blurb for Hang 'Em High (Secret Sisters Mystery)


When Ida Mae Babbitt receives an invitation to visit her son Keith's dude ranch in Montana, she's excited to mend their broken relationship, but not so excited about spending time with cows. Arlette and Tansy go along with her, ready to take a vacation that does not involve dead bodies or mysteries of any sort - one must have a break from time to time. But it seems a no-good scoundrel has moseyed into Dodge City and is bent on causing all sorts of trouble for the ranch. Unable to keep her curiosity in check - especially when it seems her own son is the most likely culprit - Ida Mae decides to investigate. Can she lasso the varmint and get him to the sheriff in time? 

This is a quick and delightful read. Tristi's books are always clean, so you can recommend them to anyone. 
If you want to learn more about Tristi and her books visit her fantastic website - http://www.tristipinkston.com and her blog - http://www.tristipinkston.blogspot.com
I've enjoyed the other Secret Sisters Mysteries and I think you will too.







To celebrate the release of Tristi's eighth book, she's holding a contest! If you leave a comment on this review, you will be entered into a drawing for a free manuscript evaluation, done by Tristi Pinkston Editing http://www.tristipinkstonediting.blogspot.com In fact, you can leave comments on all the blogs participating in this virtual book tour! Go to Tristi Pinkston's blog at http://www.tristipinkston.blogspot.com for a list. The deadline is October 5th at midnight MST. If you win and you're not a writer, you can give this evaluation to a friend. I definitely know someone (ME!) you could give that to!

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