The Sheriff of Silverhill (Harlequin Intrigue #1184)
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The Sheriff of Silverhill (Harlequin Intrigue #1184)

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The safety of Silverhill rested on Rafe McClintock's broad shoulders. Good-natured but hard-nosed, the sheriff kept the peace in Colorado with a shotgun and a smile. At least until Dana Croft crossed into his jurisdiction. She was here on FBI duty--a dead body on the rez--but after all these years Rafe could still put a hitch in her throat.
Though a star was pinned to the...more
ebook, 216 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Harlequin (first published December 15th 2009)
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Someone is offing women on the Ute reservation and FBI agent Dana Croft is called in. She grew up on the rez, fell in love in the neighboring town, and escaped right after high school, never telling her lover about their child...

I just couldn't get past the fact the heroine hid her daughter from the hero, and would probably continue keeping the secret if said daughter didn't appear in Silvehill all of a sudden. And the hero forgave the deception a bit too quickly.
I really wished the author would...more
Jennifer Faye
This was a great book. Very fast-paced with lots of emotion and suspense. I love Carol Ericson's books and "The Sheriff of Silverhill" was a real page-turner. In fact, I finished it in one day. Just couldn't put it done. :-)
Not the greatest book I've ever read. The charachters were interesting and intruiging, but the heavy doses of mystascism weren't really what I was looking for. I felt like this was much more a story about supernatural powers than about solving a string of murders. Overall though I think its a worthwhile read if only for the glimpse of Ute culture represented.
Dec 13, 2011 Jennifer rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Jennifer by: Bernice Barratt
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A quick read that takes the reader to Colorado and a mystery surrounding the fascinating history of American Indians ...tied into murder. The author keeps you guessing at every turn as to who the murderer is found the means used to identify the guilty party.
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