Mail Order Western Romance Historical Love Story Mystery Kindle Novel Launched

Historical Western romance Mail Order Mystery, the first novel in Robin Deeter’s popular Chance City Series, is now available as a free Kindle e-book.

Bloomsburg, United States - March 22, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Robin Deeter, a bestselling author of historical western and contemporary romance novels, announced an updated Kindle version of her popular Mail Order Mystery, the first title in the Chance City Series. The novel, which follows the intriguing love story between a lady farmer and a former detective, is now permanently available for free on Amazon.

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The protagonists are Leigh Hawthorne, a widow and farmer, and Cyrus Decker, a former detective. After being discharged for breaking Pinkerton rules, Cyrus decides to settle down as a rancher and – since he knows nothing about farming – is looking for a woman with ranching expertise. Leigh answers his letter and what follows is an exciting, page-turning adventure.

The novel was met with an enthusiastic response from the Amazon community, with a 4.4/5-star rating out of more than 225 reviews.

Just recently the novel has received its 157th 5-star review: “I really enjoyed reading this book. It’s wonderful storytelling with very interesting characters and a fantastic plot that sets the scene for an amazing book! Cy and Leigh are absolutely an awesome couple with amazing chemistry and although they waited till they married…the heat was smoking hot! Mail Order Mystery is just so well written that you won’t be able to put it down! It holds your attention with mystery, drama, uncertainty, heartache, hope and love that makes this one heart melting truly delightful read! I loved it!”

Mail Order Mystery is the first book in the Chance City Series of historical western romance novels.

About Robin Deeter:

An avid reader and writer, Robin Deeter is the bestselling author of the Chance City Series and the Paha Sapa Saga, and also involved in various multi-author novel series. More on Robin’s work can be found at and

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Name: Robin Deeter
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Address: 357 W 5th Street, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania 17815, United States

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