Riding Shotgun

Women's Adventure Fiction

Author: Rita Mae Brown

The queen of the Southern sexual farce (Kirkus Reviews) takes readers back in time to show that while customs may change, people never do. During a foxhunt, widow Cig Blackwood is stunned to learn that her husband died in flagrante with Cig’s own sister. Literally lost in the fog, with no idea which direction the hunt has taken, Cig is led out of the woods by a wily fox….Read More

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