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    Great start to a new series!

    Stripped Bare is the perfect start to what promises to be an excellent series. It’s the kind of book that has you rushing to get to the end but then immediately looking for the next in the series because you don’t want to leave Kate Fox and the Nebraska Sandhills. Kate felt lucky to have won Ted’s heart and thought her life was pretty perfect, but when her orphaned niece Carly’s grandfather Eldon is killed and Kate’s husband Ted is shot, Kate learns of Ted’s deception and wonders if anything was ever real. Ted is a suspect in Eldon’s murder. Even though he’s deceived her, Kate is certain Ted is innocent and sets out to prove it and to find out what really happened. Kate is rough-edged and doesn’t always do the safest, smartest thing. And as soon as she starts investigating attempts are made on her life. But she’s smart and brave and determined and I couldn’t help but like her. Her large family is quirky enough for you to want this series to go on just so you can get to know them all better. But quirky or not, the Fox family sticks together. And they are all in Kate’s corner as she tries to find out what happened to Ted and Eldon. She loves the ranch and she loves Ted, but will she be able to keep either of them? As the story moves along Kate realizes that she is possibly the only one who didn’t know what was going on with Ted and Roxy. Ted begs her to stay with him and Kate agonizes over her decision, a decision we don’t learn until the very end of the story. Stripped Bare is a good strong mystery, with many villains and many clues, but you’ll be lucky if you figure it out and aren’t surprised at the ending. It’s a great read and great start to a series. I’ll be reading more.
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    Entertaining Light Read

    STRIPPED BARE follows heroine Kate Fox as she investigates a small-town murder. The ranch setting is refreshingly unique, as is Kate's sense of humor. Baker's character descriptions can be laugh-out-loud funny, although at times I had a little trouble keeping track of everyone and their relationships to one another. The story itself was good, with lots of motives and suspects to keep the reader guessing. Mystery fans looking for an entertaining light read are sure to enjoy this one. Review disclosure: I won an uncorrected advance copy of this book in a giveaway.
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