The last of the Danielle/Daniel Strange books. Avenger/gunman Danny Duggin is really the beautiful, single rancher Danielle Strange, who, in a previous novel, disposed of her father's murderers. Hoping to settle down quietly on her small spread, she finds she must again don pants and six-guns to right still more wrongs. Can such a woman on such a mission find love? Jim Gough narrates the adventure with authentic Texas intonations and the sound of the seasoned camp fire storyteller. He gives us plenty of drama, action, and (pasteboard) characterization but does not always stay in step with his author. Still, he manages to keep the listener interested and, for the most part, stay out of the story's way.
Disguised as "Danny Duggin", Danielle Strange hunted down the merciless cutthroats who murdered her father. Now the feared guhnslick has hung up her trademark twin Colts--and given up her secret identity -- to make something out of her Texas Ranch.
R C T. reviewed Death Along the Cimarron (Danny Duggin, Bk 4) on
4th in the series by this author. Young woman dresses as a man and pursues pay back of her fathers murder in the first 3 and and in this one finds her love interest. Good story telling with western action. Easy read.