Home Fires (A Butterscotch Jones Mystery Book 4) [NOOK Book]

Overview

The fourth entry in Melanie Jackson's bestselling Butterscotch Jones Mystery Series is a 11k word short story.

Christmas is coming to McIntyre's Gulch, unfortunately Butterscotch's boyfriend, Mountie Chuck Goodhead, is not. Instead, he's stuck in a snow storm with his father, who he doesn't get along with. But it is the season for miracles,...
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Home Fires (A Butterscotch Jones Mystery Book 4)

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Overview

The fourth entry in Melanie Jackson's bestselling Butterscotch Jones Mystery Series is a 11k word short story.

Christmas is coming to McIntyre's Gulch, unfortunately Butterscotch's boyfriend, Mountie Chuck Goodhead, is not. Instead, he's stuck in a snow storm with his father, who he doesn't get along with. But it is the season for miracles, and maybe one will happen for Chuck and his father.

If you are a fan of Sue Grafton you are going to love the cozy hometown feel of Butterscotch Jones.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013540347
  • Publisher: Brian Jackson
  • Publication date: 11/23/2011
  • Series: The Butterscotch Jones Mystery Series , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 516,574
  • File size: 36 KB

Meet the Author

Melanie Jackson is the award-winning author of more than fifty novels, novellas and poems published in various languages. She lives with her writer husband, her bossy cat and spoiled dog in the Sierra foothills where it is almost impossible to grow pumpkins (or anything else the deer like). Besides gardening, she is involved with animal charities.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2012

    A great Chistmas story. It's Chirstmas and Chuck the Mountie is

    A great Chistmas story. It's Chirstmas and Chuck the Mountie is struggling to make it to McIntyre's Gulch to spend it with Butterscotch. Problem: Chuck has his father in tow. This is a hilarious episode in a hilarious series. I highly recommend it.

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