Deadwood Mystery Series 1: Nearly Departed in Deadwood - Ann Charles Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Ann Charles / Edition: 1 / Kindle Edition / 376 Pages / Book is published 2011-01-15 by Corvallis Press
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Violet Parker - single mother to nine year old Fraternal twins Adelynn and Layne - has just returned to her home town of Deadwood, staying with her aunt Zoe, for her new job as a realtor at Calamity Jane's Realty. Her new boss, Jane Grimes, and Violet's acting mentor Mona are both really nice and helpful, as she finds her feet and tries to find a balance between her new professional life and her home life. However; Violet better not get too comfy as Calamity Jane's star realtor, Ray Underhill, hasn't taken to Violet or her non-existent sales tally, so is pushing for her to be fired. He wants her job to be given to his nephew and if Violet doesn't make a sale ... Read the complete review
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