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In Coyote County, Christmas means festive lights, the town parade, hot coffee and cinnamon rolls...not creatures from another planet. While a glowing green Peeping Tom with two antennae is a little hard to buy, Libby Hawkins doesn’t believe her former school teacher suffers from either dementia or a runaway imagination. There’s a logical explanation, and she intends to discover it before older woman is placed in a nursing home. After a twelve year absence, Sheriff Jackson Carter returns to Coyote County to clear his father’s name. He never expected to be waylaid in his quest by alien sightings, and it doesn’t help that stubborn Libby Hawkins--his former girlfriend--is determined to meddle in the investigation. He hurt Libby when he left town after his father’s death, but it was for her protection. Now Libby’s stumbled on something dangerous. Can he keep her from harm this time? He doesn’t know, but one thing is certain Christmas in Coyote County has never been so interesting
Donna B Snow (Tuesday, 13 December 2011)
Can you imagine the heart pumping fear of being awakened by a shotgun blast? And would you have the nerve to jump in a vehicle and rush toward that
sound to help someone? rnrnWell, that’s just what Libby does. She jumps out of bed and rushes to find out what’s happening, uncaring of her own
safety. Her concern is all for her elderly "neighbor" who lives alone. And Ms. Briggs makes it seem like it’s the most natural thing for
someone to do - makes us believe that we would do the same thing under those circumstances.rnrnThe fact that it brings Libby into contact with a past
she would much rather forget is beyond her control. rnrnThis story is full of little twists and turns. What wonderful characters Ms. Briggs introduces
us to, and the story line is great, too. rnrnA very sweet story – I loved it