Romance Rustlers and Thunderbird Thieves (Ruby Taylor Mysteries Series)
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No one makes a fool of Ruby Tayloraor her friends. This tough cookie of a detective winds up in a tangled mystery. Follow the fiery redhead through a harrowing adventure to right the wrongs of loveawith helicopters, flying buffalo, and a heart-pounding chase scene for throw in for good measure.a Romance Rustlers and Thunderbird Thieves is wry and witty. Genuine, self-deprecating and very funny. Ruby Taylor is a character whose adventures Iall look forward to following. I hope to see more from Sharon Dunn.a aKathy Tyers Author of the Firebird TrilogyaIn a literary world of detectives, this book offers a fresh approach to the genre. I look forward to watching Ruby grow . . . as she encounters, and solves, mysteries even more tangled than her personal life.a aCarolyn R. Scheidies Author of To Keep FaithaReads like a Sue Grafton novel." aJanet Chester Bly Author of Hope Lives HereSharon Dunn holds a B.A. in film and television production and an M.A. in history from Montana State University, where she currently works as an instructor/tutor. She has been published in a variety of regional and national magazines and is an award-winning short story writer and playwright.
Ruby Taylor is a fiery redhead with an attitude to match. Somehow her mom, a quirky ex-con-turned-Christian, coerces her into helping two women "wronged in love"--Maryanne (who is packing a loaded gun in search of her husband who walked out on her and stole her classic T-Bird) and Laura (whose "good-boy" fiance mysteriously disappeared two weeks before their wedding day). As she helps these two very different women, she must confront the anger over her own past and her deep-seated bitterness toward God. She uncovers a kidnapping and is thrown into a harrowing adventure with helicopters, flying buffalo, and a horse chase thrown in for good measure.
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.