Review: The Dolan Girls by S.R. Mallery

S.R. Mallery’s historical western, The Dolan Girls, gives us a colourful view of America’s wild west of the 1800’s. It was a time when cowboys and bandits were free to roam the countryside, women slept with a gun at a moment’s reach, and everyone lived by the motto ‘expect the unexpected’. Brothels and saloons were a necessary fixture in the unchartered towns, and Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley revered icons.


The characters are endearing—Minnie being my favourite—and the action is fast-paced. This is a highly enjoyable read. Looking forward to more from this talented writer.




About Murielle Cyr

Writer, organic gardener, soapmaker, listener.
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4 Responses to Review: The Dolan Girls by S.R. Mallery

  1. olganm says:

    I love this novel and the rest I’ve read by S.R. Mallery. And have another waiting for me!

  2. Murielle Cyr says:

    Yes, her work is always an enjoyable read. Have a great day, Olga.

  3. milliethom says:

    Another author I’m not familiar with, but form what you say, this book is well worth a read. My reading list keeps on growing…

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