ABOUT THE BOOK
Gert Dooley can shoot the tail feathers off a jay at a hundred yards, but she wants Ethan Chapman to see she's more than a crack shot with a firearm. When the sheriff of Fergus, Idaho, is murdered and Ethan is named his replacement, Gert decides she has to do whatever she can to help him protect the citizenry. So she starts the Ladies Shooting Club. But when one of their numbers is murdered, these ladies are called on for more than target shooting and praying. Can Gert and the ladies of Fergus find the murderer before he strikes again?
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Book Review: A girl's got to do what a girl's got to do. And in the town of Fergus, the ladies have decided that what they have to do is protect themselves after their sheriff is murdered. That sounds reasonable doesn't it? Unfortunately, this decision steps on the toes of the men in the town. So while trying to soothe their ruffled feathers, someone commits a second murder. The "Ladies Shooting Club" becomes more of a want and now a necessity.
Such a great read about relationships between men and women. Those fine lines and finding someone who loves and respect you for you.