Would you risk your life simply to be yourself?
Julia Thom is new to the small town of Horse, but she’s not new to trouble. When reclusive watchmaker James Hunter is beaten, but has no memory of the event, Julia vows to find the culprits. Even if Hunter hadn’t saved Julia herself from being assaulted, she would still be on the case; meddling helps keep her focus off her own complicated life. Julia is fast becoming a thorn in Police Constable Jack Merrick’s side and he flounders as he tries to figure out how to deal with such a headstrong woman.
When the attackers strike again and the violence escalates, Julia’s determination redoubles, putting herself in more danger than anyone could have anticipated. While Julia and Merrick grapple with finding unknown assailants, they must also find a way to come to terms with one another.
Horse With No Name is the second in a series of cozy historical mystery novels. If you like mysteries with a strong female lead, that put you on the edge of your seat, and focus on the relationships as much as the plot, then you’ll love Alexandra Amor’s heartfelt examination of life in frontier British Columbia.
What reviewers are saying about Horse With No Name:
★★★★★ “Exquisite character development delivered in a straight forward but witty style. The more I read the more I appreciated this writer’s ability to paint colorful characters with a simple but pure pallete.”
★★★★★ “What a great read, historical fiction with a modern twist!”
★★★★★ “Loved it. I enjoyed the sassy, independent character of Julia and her courage to follow her instincts.”
★★★★★ “What a great series! I couldn’t put it down!”
★★★★★ “I am in love with the town called Horse, the characters were well written and the mystery moved along at a nice pace. Looking forward to more.”