Author B.J. Daniels spins a contemporary western romantic suspense tale in "Smokin' Six-Shooter". Big city girl Dulcie Hughes never dreamed that she would inherit a Montana ranch property and discover that nothing about her life was true in the way she had always believed. Her "ranch" consists of a dried-up patch of ground and an abandoned old house which was the scene of a gruesome unsolved murder. Tensions in the community are running high as ranch owners are desperate for much-needed rain, and Dulcie's questions set nerves even further on edge. Russell Corbett, one of the local land owners, is intrigued by Dulcie, and she is definitely not immune to his innate courtly cowboy charm. The more Dulcie searches, the more she finds, and soon her safety is as uncertain as her peace of mind. She eventually befriends another newcomer to the area, school teacher Jolene Stevens, who is being given clues to the murder mystery in the form of excerpts from an anonymous short story. Everyone wishes Dulcie would mind her own business, but with her world turned upside down, she has no choice but to try to solve the mystery of why she inherited the long-neglected property. Her growing involvement with Russell is another unexpected complication that leaves Dulcie both happy and hesitant. She doesn't plan to stay in Montana, and she can't imagine Russell enjoying life in the city. As truths are uncovered, will hopeful hearts also be revealed? Will Dulcie's real identity be someone she can live with? "Smokin Six-Shooter" is the fourth book in B.J. Daniels' successful Harlequin Intrigue "Whitehorse Montana, The Corbetts" Series.