Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Roxanne Rustand's Hard Evidence ~ Reviewed

Hard Evidence
Roxanne Rustand
Publisher: Steeple Hill
ISBN 978-0-373-44271-3

Cover Copy:


Someone was lurking in the woods behind the isolated old cabins
Janna McAllister was fixing up. Who was he? And what could he want with a single mother who hadn’t set foot in Wyoming in years? Janna was suddenly grateful for her unexpected new lodgers: deputy sheriff Michael Robertson and his teenaged son. The strong, silent type, Michael made her fell safe – especially when human remains were found on the property. The cold case threatened to remain unsolved. Until Janna unwittingly found a clue that would tempt a killer to come out of the woodwork.

My Review:

Janna moves Snow Canyon Ranch, Wyoming after a failed marriage, wanting to reopen the once successful lodge and cabins in the mountains. Unfortunately, to her dismay, bad things seem to keep happening. This constant movement, written so clearly, kept me from putting this book down! It flowed so easily, leading me to get to know Janna McAllister quickly. The relationship between Janna and Michael developed in such a believable way. Ms. Rustand also touched upon the incredible beauty of Wyoming. This book got me guessing very early on. With each event that took place, I began to question everyone.

I can’t wait for the next book to come out about Snow Canyon Ranch in February, 2008. Don’t let that stop you from reading this book. This one does not leave you disappointed.

Reviewed by Diane T. Stokowski

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