Deputy US Marshals Fiona Mae Miller and Brushy Bill Roberts hunt the mysterious Gentleman Bandit. Who is he? Who is Flynn? Does Marshal Fiona Miller meet her match?
A spacecraft crashes near Aurora, Texas, April 17, 1897. The townspeople give the pilot a Christian burial in the local cemetery…but was there a survivor?
The sheriff of Jack County, Texas, is somehow involved with Fiona, the Gentleman Bandit and the crash at Aurora. Find out in the third Lady Law novel in the Nations series…FLYNN.
There was one female Deputy US Marshal in the Indian Territory.
Her name was Fiona Mae Miller. The Fort Smith Elevator, in its November 6, 1891, issue described her…as a dashing brunette of charming manners…an expert shot and a superb horsewoman, and brave to the verge of recklessness. Some even went so far as to call her a female Bass Reeves…others just called her…LADY LAW.
She doesn’t backwater for any man… Marshal Miller is on a mission to bring a Cherokee renegade, Cal Mankiller, to justice. She follows his trail of blood to the rugged and mysterious Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma Territory. Will she finally see justice served? Will she welcome Mankiller to his first day in hell? Find out in LADY LAW.
She’s F.M. Miller, former Deputy US Marshal turned bounty hunter–she doesn’t backwater to any man.
Fiona Mae and her partner, Deputy US Marshal Brushy Bill Roberts are on a suspense filled encounter peppered with old west Indian mysticism, shapeshifters, spirit walkers, specters, Spanish gold, and outlaws on the scout in Blue Water Woman.
In a country and lifestyle normally reserved for men, Fiona Miller is a special breed of woman. She’s rattlesnake fast, an expert shot…with either hand…can ride anything with hair on it and doesn’t tolerate injustice or rudeness anywhere or from anyone.
Who is she after now? Who is the Blue Water Woman?