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Chasing the Tumbleweed Fleeing Salt Lake City as a twenty four year old failure Laurie takes the long way home through the middle of Nevada s lonely high desert plains Her rest stop should have been routine but now she s

  • Title: Chasing the Tumbleweed
  • Author: Casey Dawes
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Chasing the Tumbleweed By Casey Dawes, Fleeing Salt Lake City as a twenty four year old failure, Laurie takes the long way home through the middle of Nevada s lonely high desert plains Her rest stop should have been routine, but now she s fighting for her life against a well armed escaped murderer who s dragging her further into the empty wilderness.Forest ranger Jeff Dawson s lonely life suits him just fine,Fleeing Salt Lake City as a twenty four year old failure, Laurie takes the long way home through the middle of Nevada s lonely high desert plains Her rest stop should have been routine, but now she s fighting for her life against a well armed escaped murderer who s dragging her further into the empty wilderness.Forest ranger Jeff Dawson s lonely life suits him just fine, but he s concerned he s falling into a rut and becoming soft If trouble happens, will he be ready for it

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    1 thought on “Chasing the Tumbleweed

    1. I enjoyed this novelette The suspense is particularly well depicted I immediately sensed the lurking danger and knew evil was afoot The description of the desolate, remote high desert of Nevada is spot on The villain is repugnant and easy to hate while the hero, Jeff, an honorable and savvy forest ranger, is particularly swoon worthy Both protagonists have their baggage, but the chemistry between them flares quickly It was easy for me to fall under the spell of this story because I could feel th [...]

    2. This was a fun read and reminds us all to leave abandoned boxes in the middle of nowhere in Nevada ALONE Somewhere between a short story and, well, something a bit longer, it won t get you through a long winter storm, but it will surprise and delight you as you sunbathe or whatever on the beach this summer Quick and fast paced, Ms Dawes will have you flipping pages and on the edge of your seat until, well, she leaves you laughing, cheering, and smiling for the rest of the day Well done.I purchas [...]

    3. Endless miles of Nevada nothin are nothin to be flip about when you re a lone traveler Laurie Bevin gets kidnapped at an odd outhouse, intrigued by a suspect cooler of books She never imagines getting up close and personal with the bloody end of a Bowie knife, a sinister killer, or the ranger who stops at nothin to come after her What a fun, quick story of lurking danger with death nipping like coyotes at your heels.Review from a preview without compensationPam B Morris

    4. A quick read for a six hour doctor s visit with procedure This story actually scared meI found it could have happened, at least the being in the wrong place at the wrong time and meeting the wrong person I could have figured out how it ended, and the sequence is predictable But it was scary enough that I don t want to read another for awhile.Would I read it again Absolutely

    5. I was amazed at how much story Casey Dawes crammed into this exciting short story The characters were likable The situation certainly plausible The tension perfect.Well written and intense, even the intimate glimpses into the thoughts of our protagonists was just right I ll be looking for another title from Casey Dawes.

    6. Gave a great feel for the remote desert and impetuous youth Didn t we all feel that nothing like that could happen to us All the stupid things we did and survived.

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