Chicanery

Cover B3 wagon

There’s a fish– it’s in the wardrobe.
There’s a chicken– it’s carrying a pick-axe and headed for Mexico
There’s a wagon– it belongs to Fort, but possession is largely in the eye of the man holding the shotgun
Then there’s Gideon– who wishes he was headed for Mexico (or anywhere else for that matter)And then there’s the tea cups– and that’s where this story really gets going. You see, some folks put their brain on a shelf and think with a tea cup rather than putting the tea cup on the shelf and thinking with their brain. Of course, such an argument does make more sense when considered from Gideon Fletcher’s rather unique- and usually incarcerated- perspective. Hmm, then again. . . seeing as he’s being dangled cups for tea kettle out the bedroom window, you might want to get his brothers’ feelings on the matter.

Like its predecessors, CHICANERY is insightful in a way that holds true not only for its loosely American West setting, but for today’s coffee drinking Joe as well. This descriptive story is precisely what it says, a bunch of chicanery. To paraphrase Mark Twain: Anyone found searching for a plot in this novel will be evicted forthwith. Third in series, but titles can be read individually.

Humorous Adventure

Brothers/Western/Humor about life

Paperback

Pages: 278,  5.5″ X 8.5″

ISBN: 1508743185

Price: $10.00 + $4.00 s/h

Made in America

REVIEWS:

“Natalie has a great with conversations and interactions between her characters. I found myself chuckling out loud as I read her dialogue. Easy to ‘see’ scenes. The humor is just a bit off the norm, and I enjoyed that.It is not a western in the traditional sense, but a good read. I hope she writes more.” Sue

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