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Frogskin And Muttonfat: A Mystery (Thea Barlow Mystery)

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Thea Barlow, a Chicago editor, is interviewing Kid Corcoran, the last of the old-time bandits. Kid, now 82 and just released after 40 years in prison, has returned home to peacefully live out his remaining years, or so he says. But nobody in town believes him, and they can neither forget nor forgive him for his crimes.

"A fast-moving adventure with a heroine to admire... th

Published 1996 by Writw Way Publishing
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Sep 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
This is the second book on the series I have read. It is filled with interesting characters and an interesting plot. I am glad I found this series and highly recommend it to others.
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I received this book free from E-Book Discovery in exchange for an honest review.

Thea Barlow is a writer/editor for Western True Adventures magazine in San Francisco. She has come to Rawhide, Wyoming to interview Kid Corcoran, the last of the western bandits. Of course she would not mind spending some quality time with her boyfriend, Max Holman, either.

Kid Corcoran made a name for himself in the 1930s as an inept, but somewhat successful, bank and train robber. According to legend, while he suc
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Clairvoyance and tarot cards are causing Sheila Rides Horse to be on edge. Her self-readings have been the same for a couple of months: her death nears connected to a dark-haired man.
Thea Barlow is visiting Rawhide, Wyoming, ostensibly to interview the last living bank/train robber of the old west, but actually there to meet with her lover, Max .
Miss Caverly entertains us with long-missing raw Wyoming jade ch
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Frog Skin and Mutton Fat by Carol Caverly brings a welcome return of Thea Barlow, who's in Rawhide, Wyoming to interview Kid Corcoran, Last of the Western Bandits. Love interest Max Holman is working near Rawhide, and he's promised Thea a rip-roaring Fourth of July weekend. But as Thea uncovers old feuds and new bodies, romance and fireworks are pushed aside for murder investigations and wild fires. Caverly adds Tarot cards and collectible jade into her brisk plot, along with the humor and Weste ...more
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Carol is the author of the Thea Barlow Wyoming Mystery series, All the Old Lions, Frogskin and Muttonfat, and Dead In Hog Heaven. Her books were also selections of the Detective Book Club.
Though raised in a suburb of Chicago, Il, Carol married into an old pioneer Wyoming ranch family outside of Gillette, Wyoming where she and her husband raised a large family.
Her books reflect her love of Wyomi