Basque Moon by Julie Weston
A Nellie Burns and Moonshine Mystery

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Weston’s second is a rip-roaring yarn that enchants with beguiling descriptions of the beauty of the Idaho wilderness.
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Nellie Burns, photographer, and her Labrador dog, Moonshine, travel with sheep rancher Gwynn Campbell and his Basque sheepherder to the Stanley Basin of central Idaho. Nellie plans to photograph scenes for a railroad’s brochures to lure tourists to the West. When they arrive at the sheep camp, they discover the current herder is dead.

Nellie’s curiosity and photography lead her to a moonshine still and then a dash up a forested mountain. Nellie and Moonshine confront the greatest challenges yet to their courage and ingenuity when they face a range war and a ruthless killer.

Basque Moon is an exciting and authentic story of western conflicts in the 1920s. Nellie must dig deep to restore her faith in herself and her chosen profession.
 

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Published August 17, 2016 by Five Star Publishing. 250 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Jul 12 2016

Weston’s second is a rip-roaring yarn that enchants with beguiling descriptions of the beauty of the Idaho wilderness.

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