Cow Crimes and the Mustang Menace (Ruby Taylor Mysteries Series)
Dunn Cow Crimes Investigating a series of bizarre ranch thefts, dealing with the expectations of a Betty Crocker mom, and entering a recipe in the Potato Festival cook-off, have Ruby Taylor in over her flaming-red head. When an outsider turns...
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Dunn Cow Crimes Investigating a series of bizarre ranch thefts, dealing with the expectations of a Betty Crocker mom, and entering a recipe in the Potato Festival cook-off, have Ruby Taylor in over her flaming-red head. When an outsider turns up dead, it'll take more than a steaming mocha espresso-and her unpredictable yet intriguing Wesley-to save Ruby from the danger. "Cow Crimes and the Mustang Menace is a fun-filled mystery that makes you want to cozy up with a mug of hot chocolate. Sharon Dunn has a way with words. Enjoy!" -Kristin Billerbeck Author of She's Out of Control and What a Girl Wants "A wild ride of larceny, laced with humor and earthy wisdom. Ruby Taylor is a sassy heroine you won't forget!" -Lyn Cote Author of The Women of Ivy Manor series "Ruby handles it all-the thieves, murders, and the handsome, but frequently infuriating, deputy in her life, Wesley-with good humor, a strong faith, and a tart wit that will keep you both laughing and reading." -Lorena McCourtney Author of Invisible (The Ivy Malone Mystery series) "What a wonderfully funny, intelligent, and supremely satisfying read!" -Linda Hall Author of Steal Away and Chat Room "If you're buying Sharon Dunn's book, buy two. [This] is a story meant to be shared with a friend. I'm still giggling." -Lois Richer Author of Shadowed Secrets Sharon Dunn is causing quite a stir with her popular Ruby Taylor Mystery series. Romantic Times magazine nominated book one as the Inspirational Novel of the Year, and book two was honored with the ACRW Book of the Year award. Sharon is an instructor and tutor at Montana State University, but her cats and her kids pretty much run her life.
This award-winning series continues with a mystery of Ruby Taylor proportions—complete with thieving ranchers, tangled romance, and the redheaded heroine who just doesn't know when to quit. A series of mysterious thefts leaves a small town wondering why someone would take what is most meaningful to them—a beloved cat, a prize bull, and a 1965 Mustang. Ruby Taylor thinks she knows who is behind it all and tries to prove it with Wesley's help. Unfortunately, he is so involved in the investigation that he has no time for her. The police force won't help either, so Ruby must solve the mystery alone. When an outsider turns up dead, the danger only increases for Ruby. As she uncovers painful town secrets and chases down thieves robbing ranches around Eagleton, she also tries to improve her domestically-challenged nature and enters a recipe in the Potato Festival contest. Will Ruby solve the mystery and even win the local cooking contest?
Sharon Dunn grew up in the country where there was ample opportunity for her imagination to flourish. She started writing when she was pregnant with her oldest son. Three kids and a lot of diaper changes later, she has published both award winning humorous mysteries and romantic suspense. Her hobbies include reading in small increments, trying to find things around the house, being the mom taxi, and making pets out of the dust bunnies under her furniture.