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The Wild Turkey Tango
     

The Wild Turkey Tango

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by Ann Charles, C. S. Kunkle
 

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One gun + two turkeys + three Morgan sisters = One helluva Jeep ride!

It's Thanksgiving Day in Jackrabbit Junction and the feathers are flying before the food even hits the table.

What starts out as a quick trip to pick up a turkey turns into another messy Morgan sisters' mystery filled with hi jinks and adventure.

Never has Thanksgiving

Overview

One gun + two turkeys + three Morgan sisters = One helluva Jeep ride!

It's Thanksgiving Day in Jackrabbit Junction and the feathers are flying before the food even hits the table.

What starts out as a quick trip to pick up a turkey turns into another messy Morgan sisters' mystery filled with hi jinks and adventure.

Never has Thanksgiving been so wild!

(Note: This is volume 4.5 in the Jackrabbit Junction Mystery series.)

Product Details

BN ID:
2940157131012
Publisher:
Ann Charles
Publication date:
09/25/2016
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
34,372
File size:
720 KB

Meet the Author

Ann Charles is a USA Today Best-Selling author who writes award-winning mysteries that are splashed with humor, romance, and whatever else sounds fun.

Currently, she has several fiction books available: NEARLY DEPARTED IN DEADWOOD (multiple award-winning book for both mystery and romance/mystery); OPTICAL DELUSIONS IN DEADWOOD; DEAD CASE IN DEADWOOD (selected as one of Suspense Magazine's BEST OF 2012 books); BETTER OFF DEAD IN DEADWOOD; AN EX TO GRIND IN DEADWOOD; MEANWHILE, BACK IN DEADWOOD; and A WILD FRIGHT IN DEADWOOD, which are all part of her ongoing Deadwood Mystery Series.

Also available from Ann are the first four books in her Jackrabbit Junction Mystery Series: DANCE OF THE WINNEBAGOS, JACKRABBIT JUNCTION JITTERS, THE GREAT JACKALOPE STAMPEDE, and THE ROWDY COYOTE RUMBLE.

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The Wild Turkey Tango 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
PatD 8 months ago
This story is snorting funny. The Morgan sisters learn how not to plan Thanksgiving dinner. No turkey, no problem. Live turkey, big problem. Trying to "save" live turkey, bigger problem.
Slimssis 9 months ago
It was hilarious! I was so excited to finally get to read about their Thanksgiving after reading the last Jackrabbit Junction book and having the build-up for it. It was so funny my son kept asking me why I was laughing. Evidently random burst of laughter while you are sitting on the couch is a weird thing. I definitely recommend this book.
Stormie2013 9 months ago
Join the Morgan sisters for a crazy ride as they try to gather the items needed for Thanksgiving dinner. You won't be disappointed.
froggyqueen82 9 months ago
another great book to add to my favorites by Ann Charles
JWReinhold 9 months ago
This is a hilarious jumble of turkey craziness as we meet up with the Morgan sisters for a Thanksgiving dinner in Jackrabbit Junction! Put the three Morgan sisters on a mission to get a turkey for the thanksgiving feast and you know it is going to end in a wild flight of laughter! Ms. Charles's humor is totally on spot in this book and it is such a fun read! Get ready to laugh until your sides ache!
KristyMcCaffrey 12 months ago
In this novella, we meet up with all the gang in Jackrabbit Junction for a Thanksgiving filled with laughter and definite eww moments. But it’s always great fun to hang with Claire and Mac, Kate and Butch, and Ronnie and Grady, as well as all the other great characters. And yes, you will laugh out loud at parts of this story. Well done, Ann!
Joyce943 More than 1 year ago
What a great Morgan family Thanksgiving. Claire, Kate and Ronnie have you laughing from the first page to the end. Ann's writing makes you see the scenes in your mind. The Wild Turkey Tango novella is a must read. Know you will enjoy it as much as I did. Ann Charles you have done it again.