A Summary of The Cowgirl Murders

Saddle up, readers, for a thrilling ride through the Old West in Geoffrey Monmouth’s latest novel, The Cowgirl Murders. This gripping tale follows Deputy Marshal Davy Reece as he seeks to uncover the truth behind the murder of his friend and mentor, Marshal Mick McLuhan. Now available as an audiobook as well as a paperback or an e-book.

The cover of the audiobook version of The Cowgirl Murders

The cover of the audiobook version of The Cowgirl Murders

Davy’s investigation leads him into a tangled web of conspiracies, where nothing is as it seems. Aided by his sharp-witted wife, Star, and the determined widow of the late marshal, Cathy, Davy must navigate a treacherous landscape of deception and betrayal. As he delves deeper into the mystery, he sees a sinister plot that threatens to plunge the nation back into the chaos of the Civil War.

Monmouth’s vivid prose transports readers to the dusty trails and bustling towns of the frontier, where danger lurks around every corner. The colorful cast of characters, from the roguish Paddy Kelly to the enigmatic Georgia Forrest, leap off the page with their distinct voices and motivations.

At its heart, “The Cowgirl Murders” is a story of the unending search for truth and justice in a world where both are often in short supply. Davy’s unwavering commitment to his mission, even in the face of grave personal risk, makes him a hero to root for.

If you’re a fan of classic Westerns with a mystery twist, “The Cowgirl Murders” is a must-read. Monmouth’s tale of honor, betrayal, and the unbreakable bonds of family and friendship will keep you turning pages faster than a galloping horse. Don’t miss this unforgettable adventure through the Old West!

See a previous blog post about this novel.

The cover of the print and e-book versions of The Cowgirl Murders

The cover of the print and e-book versions of The Cowgirl Murders