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The Lights of Cimarrón

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A rancher is murdered and Sheriff Tommy Stallings suspects the rustlers are members of the vicious White Caps gang. Tommy locates their hideout in the canyons north of Cimarrón but his investigation is interrupted when corrupt politicians insist the sheriff's office move to the county seat of Springer. Tommy's wife refuses to accompany him, fearing if he's killed, she'll b ...more
Published April 17th 2019 by Five Star Publishing
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R.G. Yoho
Jun 04, 2020 rated it really liked it
The Lights of Cimarron is the story of Sheriff Tommy Stallings, who is forced into investigating a series of grisly and brutal murders, along with the looting of a local business and the rustling of horses and cattle near his home in Cimarron, New Mexico Territory. Stallings, in the course of his investigation, is also forced to deal with shady politicians and a wife who isn't all that pleased with the risks he must face on his job. Tommy also gets some help from his cousin and Nathan Averill, a ...more
Loretta Miles Tollefson
Jul 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Set in Cimarron, New Mexico in the 1870s, The Lights of Cimarron features a very young sheriff who has the makings of a great man. He’s fallible, a little insecure, and he has a great mentor who’s a legend among sheriffs and a wife who doesn’t take him too seriously. This book is a fun read and I was doubly pleased to realize that it was part of a series--more books to discover!

In my opinion, the test of a good series is whether the books in it can stand alone as separate stories. This one does.
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