Things are t always as they seem. Rachel Warren has escaped from an abusive headmaster at a boarding school in San Francisco. The mysterious stranger, Tyler Burton, who helps her on the way to her homestead in Colorado, looks like he could be on the run from the law. Is he really a gunslinger like he appears? Her parents' deaths from a wagon accident w turns out to be murder. Why? Someone tried to kill her brother, Daniel, as well. Will Rachel be next? Who is trying to force Rachel and her brother off their land? And why? Things aren't always as they seem in Trails of Deception.
Tina Foster spent 15 years as a literary agent. Now retired, she is concentrating on her own writing. Trails of Deception is her second fiction book. Look for her first novel, Flirting With Danger, a contemporary romantic suspense. She has also published four books on the craft of writing and is working an a new one.