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$25 Amazon / PP-1-WW-Hutchins Creek Cache-Deborah Garner-Ends 10/8

Friday, September 16, 2016


Paige MacKenzie is definitely a magnet for finding troubles--and has a penchant for not letting go until the mysteries that fall into her lap are solved. Of course she is a journalist--so that might have something to do with it. Her long distance boyfriend, Jake Norris, again has to save her. At least this time he managed to take a vacation and meet up with Paige in the little town of Hutchins Creek where her current writing assignment is. Will Jake finally convince Paige to take the plunge and move to his ranch--he has been trying for a couple of books in this series (I loved them all).

But who caused the antique train in the museum to start--then derail? The answer to this surprised me--I really didn't think of it--but then again------------And who stole the double eagles from the mint all those years ago? Will this age old mystery get solved?

This book is part of a series which I would recommend to anyone--each can be read as stand alone--but I think you would enjoy them all!



NEW RELEASE....

Paige MacKenzie heads to the town of Hutchins Creek, Colorado, to research Old West railroad history for The Manhattan Post, with plans to meet up with her favorite cowboy, Jake Norris.

When a mysterious coin from the 1920’s is discovered behind the Hutchins Creek Railroad Museum, Paige starts digging into four generations of Hutchins family history.

As legends of steam engines and coin mintage mingle, will Paige discover the true origin of the coin or will she find herself dangerously close to more than one long-hidden town secret?



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"Can't say enough about this book! Wonderful! Deborah Garner is a wonderful writer! She makes you feel like you are right there with Paige and Jake. I loved the setting of Hutchins Creek and the characters were all great. I was on pins and needles and even shed a tear or two. I can't wait for more of this series!"  review from Goodreads



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"This book held my interest from start to finish. It was beautifully written with such great descriptions that I could picture the town and landscapes." - review of Above the Bridge

"Delightful . Loved the explorations into the old mines and the side love stories. Mist was a special person with exceptional insight." - review of The Moonglow Cafe

 "The author does a great job in vividly describing the resort, town and surrounding landscape, she makes you feel like you are actually there. She also has a gift for making her characters come to life." - review of Three Silver Doves
Above reviews from Amazon.com


About the author
Deborah Garner is an accomplished travel writer with a passion for back roads and secret hideaways. Born and raised in California, she studied in France before returning to the U.S. to attend UCLA. After stints in graduate school and teaching, she attempted to clone herself for decades by founding and running a dance and performing arts center, designing and manufacturing clothing and accessories, and tackling both spreadsheets and display racks for corporate retail management. Her passions include photography, hiking and animal rescue. She speaks five languages, some substantially better than others. She now divides her time between California and Wyoming, dragging one human and two canines along whenever possible.


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22 comments :

Sharon Martin said...

Sounds like a great read and one hubbie would enjoy!

Kaitlyn said...

I look forward to continuing to follow your book reviews in the upcoming weeks. This looks like an excellent read, one my mom and I would probably enjoy more than my husband for sure.

Divya @ Eat. Teach. Blog. said...

I feel like I have to read her books! She's a fellow Bruin! :)

Kraus House Mom said...

I love a good mystery book and if it's part of a series then that makes it all the better.

Neely said...

I haven't heard of this author before. But this sounds like it could be a really interesting book! I may have to pick it up!

Deb PelletierC said...

Across Canada by train would be nice , some of my family went and loved it.

valmg @ Mom Knows It All said...

I enjoy a good series and a good mystery. This plot sounds like it might be a funread.

Richard Brandt said...

I'd like to take a train journey on the Orient Express because that's a legendary ride. I always wanted to see Europe.

Annemarie LeBlanc said...

I always love a good suspense/mystery novel. I think this Hutchins Creek Cache book would be nice to take with me when I travel. Thanks for the review!BTW, thanks too for letting us in on the giveaway!

Carrie Rundhaug said...

Thank you so much for letting us know about this book! I am not a big mystery novel person but my mother in law is and I will definitely recommend this book to her.

Emily Endrizzi said...

I would love to take a train across the US and head west. It is a part of the country I haven't seen much of.

Jennifer Johnson said...

This sounds like a great read!! I love finding new books and authors to read as well!

Judy Thomas said...

I would love to take the train from the top of New Zealand's South Island right down to the bottom of the Island because the scenery is so gorgeous and I have already taken the train down the North Island.

Ivonne Tarantino said...

Sounds like a pretty good mystery! I love all your book reviews and just wish I could actually have the time to read them.

Emily Smith said...

I do like a good mystery novel - and what a great adventure, traveling across a country by train, I would love to do that.

Molli Reisman said...

i have always wanted to a do a train across the entire us, sleep in the sleeper cars, etc...

Kristin Powell said...

I like how you can read the books separately, and that you don't have to start at book one!

Sara said...

I want to ttake a train journey to toronto.

Lee-Ann said...

I would like to take the Rocky Mountaineer train through the Rocky Mountains in Canada.

Holly Thomas said...

The Orient Express would be a memorable trip.

slehan said...

I'd like to take a train from one end of Canada to the other. Everchanging scenery.
Thanks for the contest.

slehan at juno dot com

Dorothy said...

I remember when I was a little girl and been on my first train ride, I don't even remember where I went but I loved it, I would if I could take one across the USA , SO many places in my country where I live and have yet to see..
@tisonlyme143

 
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