"Book one of a fabulous nail biting crime story unfolds."
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted August 14, 2017
Romance Suspense | Romance Western
Welcome to a three book series based on the kidnapping of twin
infants that took place twenty five years ago. There's no
this baby girl and boy disappeared. There was also a ransom
The babies never made it back safely to their home. And
road to discovery was at a dead end. The babies' father has
these years kept up hope that his children were alive and
they were -- well that's where the road to nowhere begins.
knows anything conclusive. People were charged. One man died on
way to becoming the person most likely to have been perhaps the
mastermind of this horrific event that candidly destroyed
The mother of the twins has been institutionalized all these
in her own hell. And public opinion has never gone passed the
probability that the man and this woman were in cahoots.
Okay do I have your attention yet?
DARK HORSE by B.J. Daniels is book one of the Whitehorse
Montana: the McGraw Kidnapping series. In each of the three
Daniels gives you still another clue or look into the events
fateful evening. The list of suspects seems to grow
each and every page. There are times you are pretty sure
it. And then B.J. Daniels steps back in with still another
you are off and running again.
DARK HORSE has an amazing cast of characters, some good, some
bad, some conflicted and some pathetic. The power of
be powerful -- no pun intended. In fact there is nothing
the premise of DARK HORSE. Twin infants are kidnapped -- no
viable clues and yet justice was meted out. Family is torn
each and every person is the walking dead. No one has
more past that night.
For successful crime novelist Nikki St. James coming to the
ranch at the request of the patriarch Travers is having an
effect on her. There is something in the wind that turns her
ice. And Nikki is quick to acknowledge time is not on her side.
It would appear that there are definitely those that would
not use McGraw kidnapping as the focus of her next crime
fact some of the creepy chilling feelings that Nikki manages
off are beginning to get too real to dismiss. There are
possibly in the McGraw household that have much to hide.
or perhaps more than one person has something that they
like to remain unknown. Something that they have
for the last twenty five years. Something Travers and his
Cull, Ledger and Boone have had no inkling about.
Someone immediately lets Nikki know that they just don't
want her at
the McGraw ranch. Small incidents seems to quickly escalate
larger more dangerous threats and yet the culprit manages to
outside of suspicion. But Nikki has attracted the attention
of Cull the
eldest McGraw son. And although like his brothers would just
attention to their sadness diminish with time, Cull realizes
the danger still exists and he now couples with this very
foolish writer in her zeal to get to the core of this tragedy.
Wow -- are you on board yet? Well by the middle of DARK HORSE
you realize that B.J. Daniels is going to need way more room
to get to
the bottom of this terrible incident. DARK HORSE won't be
finally solve this mystery so we will be treated to two more
New York Times bestselling author B.J. Daniels
takes readers back to Whitehorse, Montana, with two great
stories of suspense and two cowboys who won't be riding
alone for long
DARK HORSE For twenty-five years, the case of the
McGraw twins kidnapping has remained unsolved. As the eldest
son, Cull oversees the McGraw horse ranch, wary of prying
eyes. So when true-crime writer Nikki St. James comes
forward with new information, Cull can't believe his father
invites her onto the compound. His family has suffered
enough—he's not about to let St. James snoop and ruin them
completely. But Nikki finds the eldest McGraw's
protectiveness as endearing as it is aggravating. After all,
this case is personal to her, too… And her secrets can set
the truth free—if they don't destroy the McGraws first.
THE MYSTERY MAN OF WHITEHORSE Whitehorse has never
seen a man like Bridger Duvall before. As much as the rugged
stranger keeps to himself, he's sure got the whole town
talking. Laci Cavanaugh thinks she might unravel the town's
biggest mystery by working for him. But business quickly
becomes personal when a murder divides the town. As
Christmas closed in, can Bridger and Laci find common ground
before the killer strikes again?
Whitehorse, Montana: The McGraw Kidnapping
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1 comment posted.
Re: Book one of a fabulous nail biting crime story unfolds.
Wowsers. Thanks for the review.
(Kathleen Bylsma 6:33pm August 15)
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