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Shoot First . . .Death hits close to home for Elizabeth "E.M." Danniher - or, rather, close to Hovel, as she's dubbed her decrepit rental house in rustic Sherman, Wyoming. Her elderly neighbor has killed a man apparently after her Western artifacts. As a former top-flight national TV reporter, Elizabeth knows self-defense can satisfy the legal system, yet leave her neighbor in danger. Doing what she does best - asking questions - Elizabeth sidesteps her boss and a nosy, jealous anchorman to inquire into an eccentric billionaire, ambitious curator, rival collectors, family feuds, and Cottonwood County crimes from a century ago.As she digs deeper, Elizabeth is helped by friends. That's canine as well as human friends, and includes two male humans who'd definitely like to be more than friends. Before this is over, Elizabeth will need every one of them, as her questions push someone to decide that Elizabeth should . . . Die LaterDon't miss Elizabeth Danniher's other Caught Dead in Wyoming adventures inSign Off (Book 1)Left Hanging (Book 2)Shoot First (Book 3)Last Ditch (Book 4)Look Live (Book 5)Back Story (Book 6)Cold Open (Book 7), coming in 2018"Colorful characters, intriguing, intelligent mystery, plus the state of Wyoming leaping off every page." -- Emilie Richards, USA Today bestselling authorWhat people are saying about the Caught Dead in Wyoming series:"She writes a little like Janet Evanovich only better.""E.M.'s internal monologues are sharp, snappy and often hilarious."""A terrific series with a western flair. , , , , Great characters that you would want as your friends. Smart, funny, but not perfect." Hoping this series lasts forever!""McLinn has created in E.M. a female protagonist who is flawed but likable, never silly or cartoonish, and definitely not made of cardboard."Show more