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Liar's Trail [Paperback]

C. K. Crigger
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July 26 2003

Young Gincy Tate's father is murdered before he can fulfill a contract to supply the Army with remounts. In order to pay his debts and save the ranch, she must make the sale in his place. Afraid the lien-holder, whom she suspects of being the murderer, will foreclose before June 7, 1883, she tells no one Morris Tate is dead. Instead, she says he is here, there, or elsewhere.

Gincy hires two cowboys to help trail the herd to Fort Spokane. One is on the murderer's payroll, but Sawyer Kennett hires on because he has decided Gincy is the woman for him. With an old Indian, who is her shirttail relative, the group battles storm, stampede and sabotage to win their way to the fort and sell the herd. Then Gincy must make it home in time to beat the foreclosure and confront her father's murderer-but only if Sawyer is the man she prays he is.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Remember when the western reigned supreme? April 25 2004
Format:Paperback
If you have seen and remember the big screen westerns of the late 1950's and 1960's, you will be all set to enjoy Liars Trail. This is a book that will take you back to the funny, fuzzy days of early television too, when the western reigned supreme.
Sawyer Kennett is passing through when he sees Gincy Tate and quickly changes his mind. Not needing the money, but wanting to meet her, he signs on to help drive some horses to an army fort.
The drive is constantly harassed by mysterious night raiders who try to kill the drivers and animals. Sawyer resolves to solve the mystery surrounding Gincy and the people who are trying to stop the drive.
A fun read with loads of action and forward movement. Talented author C. J. Crigger gives the reader every satisfaction in a great story and realistic characters. Highly recommended to satisfy the craving for a book that is more than just a romance.
-Anne K. Edwards
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5.0 out of 5 stars C.K. Crigger does it again! Sept. 23 2003
By Marsha Ward - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Liar's Trail
C.K. Crigger does it again!
A well-portrayed setting, a young woman fighting for all she holds dear, a loyal Indian, a couple of hands who are more than they seem, and a suspenseful, intricately-crafted story with just a touch of romance all combine to make this fast-paced Northwest frontier novel a winner like her paranormal novels.
The time is 1883, the dilemma is "Save the Ranch," and Morris Tate has a deadline to pay off a note to William Blau. When Tate is bushwhacked, his daughter Gincy must get a herd of horses and mules to the Army at Fort Spokane to raise money. The young woman hires two men to help, but can the party overcome distrust, stalkers, natural disasters, and horse thieves? Do her hands really work for Blau? Can she beat the deadline and redeem the ranch? When can she stop telling lies that conceal her father's death?
Crigger's smooth narrative, imaginative plot, and appealing characters mark her as an up-and-coming author, one I'll gladly read in the future. Five big stars!
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific Story Sept. 3 2013
By Voracious Reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This was the first book of C.K. Crigger's that I read. It isn't the last. What a powerfully written story. Crigger has joined the list of authors that I wait for to write the next book. It is exciting, interesting and well-written. Great way to spend the day.
4.0 out of 5 stars Remember when the western reigned supreme? April 25 2004
By Ingrid Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
If you have seen and remember the big screen westerns of the late 1950's and 1960's, you will be all set to enjoy Liars Trail. This is a book that will take you back to the funny, fuzzy days of early television too, when the western reigned supreme.
Sawyer Kennett is passing through when he sees Gincy Tate and quickly changes his mind. Not needing the money, but wanting to meet her, he signs on to help drive some horses to an army fort.
The drive is constantly harassed by mysterious night raiders who try to kill the drivers and animals. Sawyer resolves to solve the mystery surrounding Gincy and the people who are trying to stop the drive.
A fun read with loads of action and forward movement. Talented author C. J. Crigger gives the reader every satisfaction in a great story and realistic characters. Highly recommended to satisfy the craving for a book that is more than just a romance.
-Anne K. Edwards
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