Nicknamed Angel of the Outlaws, Ruby Dark is Denver’s brash, tough bail bondswoman. When a wealthy radio-station owner charged with murder skips on her $2 million bond, she goes after him. When a second murder occurs, Ruby’s hunt turns personal. And it’s never smart to make things personal for Ruby Dark.
“While the mystery is first rate, what I especially enjoyed is its main character, Ruby Dark, a flamboyant, tough, free spirit who takes no guff from anyone and who is smart enough to solve a complex web of crime.” Suzanne Proulx, author of
Bad Blood and Bad Medicine
Ruby Dark is back!
If you missed Ruby the first time around, now is your opportunity to catch this fiery bail bondswoman in action in two riveting novels. The books are available in eBook and in trade paperback.
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It began as a routine skip. But Ruby’s hunt for “Bullet Joe” Brown turns out anything but routine when Ruby learns that a murder victim connected to the case officially died 20 years ago in the Vietnam War. Before she learns the truth, the killer strikes again and again to bury a secret the government—and even Ruby herself—want buried forever.
“This is the second installment of Ruby Dark, and this series just keeps getting better.”
Chris Goff, author of Dark Waters and Red Sky
More classic whodunits by award-winning author Bruce W. Most
Praise for Murder on the Tracks
What a great read! . . . Bruce Most has served up a clever, engrossing mystery with twists and turns you never see coming but are thrilled when they arrive.
~ New York Times best-seller Margaret Coel, author of Night of the White Buffalo
“A page turner,” praised the judges who awarded it best genre novel of the year for the Colorado Authors’ League!
“Stryker and his sidekick, rookie cop Moroni Perdue, are likable characters that you find yourself rooting for straightaway.”
~ Historical Novels Review
Praise for Rope Burn
Delivers everything you expect from a first-rate mystery . . . Nick DeNunzio is one of the savviest sleuths to come down the mystery trail in a while.
~ Margaret Coel, New York Times bestseller
“It'll grab you like a roll of barbed wire.”