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This seemed like it would be a good book, however I couldn't finish it. The characters are flat and stereotypical. Their actions are unbelievable and the pacing is slow. I got fed up and returned the book after chapter 6.
Grace Gulch, Oklahoma has an outdoor reenactment of the famous Gaynor/Grace gunfight of 1891 every year . . . with the whole town participating . . . Cici Wilde owns the vintage clothing store and helps everyone dress for the occasion . . . but when the unimaginable happens, and the gun play turns out to really kill Penn Hardy, the editor of the local newspaper, Cici and her beau, Audie Howe (also the theater director) set out to find the killer . . . Cici's long time childhood friend, Cord Grace is also vying for Cici's affections . . . and to complicate things, Cord held the gun, supposedly firing blanks, that killed Penn Hardy at the reenactment . . . unearthing the original letters written by Bob Grace to Mary prior to their marriage, when Bob was contemplating acquiring land in Oklahoma, the three (Cici, Audie and Cord) begin to piece together the true history of Grace Gulch and solidify the honor of the man who first settled there . . . this is a fun, clean and godly listen . . . redemptive . . . not goody-goody in the least . . . the love shown to the "middle" sister who gets pregnant as a teenager and her parents adopt her baby, raising her as their own is such a blessing . . . and the lives of the three grown "sisters" is just as much a blessing to hear about . . . you can't go wrong with this one . . . I've already downloaded the second in the series . . .