The Gunsmith's Gallantry (Paperback)

By Susan Page Davis

Barbour Books, 9781602607958, 320pp.

Publication Date: June 1, 2010

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover, Large Print (3/25/2015)
Hardcover, Large Print, Large Print (7/1/2012)

List Price: 12.99*
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Description

Can the shy gunsmith and the widowed storekeeper find love when everything around them is in an uproar? Hiram Dooley has problems--women problems His sister's about to leave him to get married (if Sheriff Ethan Chapman ever proposes); his sister-in-law, Rose, thinks Hiram should marry her, since they're both widowed; and the woman he truly loves, Libby Adams, is blind to his regard. The schoolmarm has a different problem--a man claiming to be her uncle came to Fergus. . .and then disappeared. Did her father kill him? Can the Ladies' Shooting Club once again ride to the rescue?


Praise For The Gunsmith's Gallantry

Although westerns aren't my usual cup of tea, I thoroughly enjoyed Susan Page Davis's Gunsmith's Gallantry. The author weaves a captivating tale, keeping the reader in the moment every step of the way. Though she doesn't use long, drawnout descriptions, she does a fine job in setting the scenes so you can picture the characters and what the town looks like. Not only a western, but a mystery as well, I thought this was a darling book and highly recommend it.
-Patti Chadwick

The second book in the Ladies' Shooting Club series is a fast-paced, laugh-out-loud-funny love story. The characters are lovable, quirky and fun to read about. Davis has scored another hit!
-Patsy Glans

Aside from the predictability of this book, the novel was an entertaining read for me. It was easy to read and climatic at points. The author amazed me with her authentic old west writing. The reader is enabled to feel as if they are in the town of Fergus as well as connecting with the colorful characters. She skillfully uses her pen to portray a vivid visual image of the characters, town and lifestyle of the old west in the readers mind. I would suggest this novel for a laid back rainy day read. "The Gunsmith’s Gallantry" is certain to entertain you and keep you reading until the book is finished.


-Tiffany Schlarman