Nominated for a Shamus Award and a Barry Award, this is the story of cowgirl Trade Ellis—part Apache, part rancher, and all private eye.
Unfortunately, there’s not much call for investigators on horseback. But as her twenty-fifth high-school reunion approaches, someone starts thinning the ranks of the old cheerleading squad. Trade has enough suspects to fill a yearbook: the fading beauty, the rich girl, the loser, the nerd. And someone wants her to join the cheerleading squad—in the morgue.
“The action moves briskly and is boosted by the motley cast of characters and [Sinclair] Browning’s inspired descriptions of the Southwest landscape up to the very end.”—Publishers Weekly
Sinclair Browning’s first Trade Ellis mystery, The Last Song Dogs, was nominated for a Barry Award and for a Shamus Award for Best Original Paperback of 1999 by the Private Eye Writers of America. It was quickly followed by The Sporting Club. Browning is… More about Sinclair Browning
Mass Market Paperback | $7.50
Published by Crimeline Apr 06, 1999| 288 Pages| 4-3/16 x 6-7/8| ISBN 9780553579406