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These books have So much humour in them they are a joy to read. The Morgan sisters (and the men who live them) are fabulous, the byplay between them all is so hilarious i find myself laughing out loud. Not to mention the well crafted mystery that is an integral part of these stories. Claire is the middle sister, working as a handyman on her step-grandmothers R V park, Kate used to be a teacher till she decided the job no longer suited her, on paying a visit to see her family she meets and falls for local bar owner Butch, Kate's my favourite, when you read the books I'm sure you'll agree. Then there's Ronnie (Veronica) the eldest just out of a bad marriage and reeling at having to start over with no money/home/ or job she turns up in Jackrabbit Junction to pick her wounds with the rest of the family. Add in the wisecracking sexuality promiscuous geriatric friends of their grandfathers and things are never dull at the R V park. Cannot recommend this series.enough it's great fun.
Once again, Ann Charles delivers a funny, action-packed page turner of a book! Character-laden and filled with typical Morgan-sister shenanigans that readers have come to love, the book features fast and hilarious dialogue with such original name-calling between characters that you are left wondering what conversations in the author's house are like. The addition of a few of characters from the world of the Deadwood novels makes the book massively character driven, and developments in this book make me anxious to return to Deadwood in its next installment. As usual, Charles writes well, and keeps you entertained from start to finish.