Take the Train to Tucson
It's 1893, and Leonarda Stanton Worthington is beginning the year in trouble. It all starts when she takes the train to Tucson to join her father, and gets involved with train robbers and a cream cake. Before she can get sand in her shoes, or poked by a cactus, she is caught up in murder and kidnapping by a band of ruthless western outlaws. Too much for Leo's feisty spirit?
NEVER. She is determined to catch the culprits and bring them to justice before the local Sheriff, the Pinkerton Agents, and her father can solve the case. Join Leo as she stirs up old Tucson and then follows her journalistic nose as far north as Oracle. Nothing is sacred to Leo, not the Suffragette movement, a lost mine legend, or the financial status of her neighbors. Now that Leo's around, things in the Arizona Territory are heating up, and it's not only the temperature.