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Margaret Coel

by Sandra Murphy


During a snow storm five years ago, Myra and Eldon Little Shield found a baby on their doorstep. They caught a glimpse of a woman with long black hair running back to a pickup truck but have no other clues as to who the baby’s parents are. They’d just lost their own baby and are thrilled to take this child as their own. The only thing is, the baby is white.

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by Sunny Frazier


We say good-bye to a well-loved series, hello to the Farmer’s Daughter, and celebrate Christmas just a wee bit early. Looking for recipes? Have we got books for you!

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by Sandra Murphy


When you find a man’s body floating in the icy water of a lake, it’s natural to assume he drowned—and hard to prove whether or not he had help. Robert Walking Bear was searching for treasure. For over a hundred years, it’s been rumored that Butch Cassidy hid a share of the take from one of his train robberies in the mountains. Robert not only uses the treasure hunt as an excuse to be alone outdoors but really believes he’s getting close to finding the money, thanks to a map he inherited from his grandfather.

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by Sandra Murphy


The Wind Reservation in Wyoming has been hit hard by the economy, just like the rest of the country. Cowboys especially have a hard time finding work, since ranches are smaller, resources scarcer, and money scarcest of all.
Father John hears a lot in confession at the Mission, but this is the first time he’s heard a confession to murder. The man who confessed was anguished that it had to be done but not regretful that he killed a man. Unfortunately, the priest doesn’t recognize the voice and wasn’t fast enough to catch a glimpse of the murderer.

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by Sunny Frazier



We’re in the “dog days of summer,” and three authors in the September spotlight feature dogs in the pages of their mysteries.
Gnarly, the kleptomaniac German Shepherd who got a dishonorable discharge from the military, once again wrecks havoc in Lauren Carr’s Mac Faraday mysteries.

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