Death on the Range - Nikki Haverstock

Death on the Range

By Nikki Haverstock

  • Release Date: 2016-02-22
  • Genre: Cozy
Death on the Range book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 16 Ratings)

Death on the Range Nikki Haverstock Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

When opportunity "nocks"…
       When a competitive archer is murdered at the training facility where Di has just started working, she's thrust into the middle of an unofficial investigation before she can even settle into her new life. With her roommate Mary and a Great Dane named Moo, she begins to unravel the mystery around the death of the victim, but can they solve the case before they find themselves in the killer's sights? 
      
       A wholesome cozy murder for every sleuth in the family.

 "Funny, charming, and occasionally deadly." ~ NYT bestselling author Zoe York 
"A humorous first-in-series cozy mystery featuring a darling dog, a sassy heroine, and an amusing cast of characters." — USA Today bestselling author Zara Keane


This is the first book in a brand-new series set at the fictional Westmound Center for Competitive Shooting Sports in rural Wyoming.
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  • Great first book from new author

    5
    By cfry315
    Death on the Range is a great first book from new author, Nikki Haverstock. It features typical "sports team" drama, a potential love interest, old college roommates and a great dane. The Good -Archery and a murder/mystery, what is there not to like? -Reminds me in many ways of some of my favorite series (Hannah Swenson Mysteries, etc). Characters are slowly developed over the course of multiple books, but you already feel like you know the individuals after the first book. -The humor: not dry, nor explicit. The humor was a light dose of fun entertainment that could be enjoyed by all. -Suitable for most ages. -Fast paced read, always kept you on your toes wanting more (bodes well for the next installment in the series due out this fall) The Bad -My only complaint is this wasn't a full length novel (vs a short story). Overall, this is a must read for anyone involved in the sport of archery, but it is also a quality read for everyone else! I received a complimentary copy of Death on the Range in exchange for an honest review. The review and opinions expressed are my own.

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