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Book Review: A Man of His Word

Reviewed By: Harriet Klausner


[5 stars]

A Man of His Word     Amazon US PB Amazon Canada PB
Eve Gaddy
Class/Genre:   Romance
Harlequin, June 2001, $4.50, 297 pp.

Texas Ranger Will McClain learns two months after the newspaper published the story that the bones of Frannie Granger were found near Uncertain, Texas. Unable to ignore what happened to his beloved foster mother, Will travels to Uncertain where he stops archeologist Tessa Lang discoverer of the remains of Frannie, from continuing her dig.

The real shock to Will is to realize Sheriff Fielder believes his foster brother Jed Louis killed Frannie. Will refuses to believe that and plans to learn the truth about who killed Frannie. Still, Will admits all the evidence makes it seem as Jed is guilty and though it alienates him with his foster sister Emma, he will do the job even arresting his foster brother. However, to his and her amazement, Will and Tessa soon fall in love, but even that will not stop Will from his obsession to find out who killed Frannie.

The Third and final Tale in the "Return to East Texas" miniseries, A MAN OF HIS WORD, is a powerful climax to a strong romantic suspense mini-series. The story line combines a warm relationship drama with an engaging police procedural. Lead characters and other cast members return to round out a terrific book and trilogy.

Harriet Klausner

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