Murder. Mistakes. The humor and tragedy in-between.
Twenty-six-year old Lexi DePriest has always had a problem fitting in. Forced to leave college and return home due to her dad’s death, she uses drones for ranch chores, comically unaware her neighbors disapprove and suspect she’s involved in nefarious activities.
They may be right. A man is found murdered on her property, her only friend is arrested, and her lack of social skills and crazy antics make every situation more tense.
It takes an unlikely group of cantankerous misfits to grudgingly help her. With a fragile grasp on friendship, she’ll need to keep them digging through their own pasts and either she or her small town will have to change.
"A wonderful read for anyone who enjoys action and memorable characters with larger-than-life personalities. "
~Anne Hillerman, NY Times best-selling author of the Leaphorn-Chee-Manuelito mysteries.
"I knew I was in the hands of a skilled writer. That’s why I loved B.K. Froman’s Hardly Any Shooting Stars Left. A Northwest setting, unique characters with struggles we can relate to. Add plot twists and turns and refreshing images and you have one fine, fine story I loved."
~Jane Kirkpatrick, NY Times Bestselling author of The Healing of Natalie Curtis.”
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