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Monday, October 21, 2013

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Gunpowder Tea Margaret Brownley
Gunpowder Tea by Margaret Brownley
Miranda Hunt is a detective with the Pinkerton Detective Agency. She is going to go undercover as Annie Beckman and answer an ad for becoming the heiress for the Last Chance Ranch. There are train robberies occuring in the Arizona territory in the 1890's and it is feared that the phantom train robber may be hiding on the Last Chance Ranch property. The train that is bringing Miranda to her new assignment is held up by the robber and his associates. One of the robbers, possibly the Phantom robber, steals her dead father's watch. Not a great start for Miranda or is it? The man who robbed her had blue eyes and he was seated but then there he was with his face half hidden and taking her father's watch and putting it in his own pocket, not with the other stolen items. When the train arrives at it's destination, the authorities catch the three thieves, and some of the passengers call for a hanging, but the bad guys are hauled off to jail. Miranda heads off to her job interview but more unforseen problems begin after she arrives.

This was such a very enjoyable book to read. I've never read any of Margaret Brownley's othestories, but I do want to get them all and read them. My meager review gives you just a taste of the story. The book will grab you and pull you into the days of cowboys and the lives of the strong women who all made a place for themselves way back in the 1890's. 

This book was provided to me to read and review by Litfuse Publicity.


  1. Hi Carol, just wanted to pop in and thank you for taking the time to read my book and write such a lovely review.
    God bless,

  2. You're welcome. I really did enjoy reading your book :)