⭐️⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ Rebecca says: “This is a great prequel to Girl with a Gun about Annie Oakley, the first and-ads woman with a Gun in the west! And this is the first book I’ve read of Author Kari Bovee. I truly thought the emotions she brought about were realistic and gut-wrenching. I can understand how these … Continue reading Review of the Week: 1/16/19
“If you have something in you, I want to encourage people to get that out, that’s part of who you are and yes it’s scary, it really scary to put yourself out there.”
Wally on the Weekend – tune in as we discuss the Annie Oakley Mystery Series, my writing and some of my recent awards!
⭐️⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ Ian Says: “Good use of known characters woven around a fictional series of murders linked to the Irish Troubles and the Indian Mutiny in a murder mystery. I enjoyed it, and the insight into the worlds of Queen Victoria and Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.” Love this international review from Ian … Continue reading Review of the Week: 1/8/2019
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Kristin Says: “I thoroughly enjoyed reading Grace in the Wings. The intriguing mystery behind Sofia’s death kept me turning the pages as well as the fantastic romance between Grace and Chet. I liked how the author used real-life characters such as Flo Ziegfeld and Fannie Brice. I didn’t know a lot about the roaring … Continue reading Review of the Week: 1/1/2019
Jim Says: “A great light and fun read that will take you to the old West’s most noteworthy wild west show and meet its most famous historical figures. A whodunit mystery, Girl with a Gun doubles as historical fiction – the word fiction is emphasized. Not everything that happens in Kari Bovée’s debut novel actually … Continue reading Review of the Week – 12/11/2019
Tiffany Says: “I was introduced to Kari Boveé and Girl With a Gun, with interest to produce the 3 book series for streaming networks. This wonderful world of historical murder mystery fiction has been transposed into a well written pilot screenplay to be developed as a mini-series. There are no shortages of stories and the … Continue reading Review of the Week – 12/4/2019