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Best Mann For the Job #59: What'm I sitting in?

Best Mann For The Job #59 is now online at TitleTrakk.com: Out at the farmhouse, shots were fired at Sheriff Grace Mann and reporter Jack MacGraw -- and the sheriff got them both off the porch out of harm's way. Now the sheriff plans her next move, while MacGraw plans a change of pants ...

Best Mann For The Job is the story of a woman with a complicated past who returns home to the small town of Hope Falls to be the new sheriff. Created by the husband-wife team of Christian mystery novelist Chris Well (Nursing a Grudge) and comics veteran Erica Well (Miller Sisters), it's a serial drama for fans of classic comic strips, with the crime-bustin' chops of a rural Dick Tracy, the small-town charm of Gasoline Alley, and the emotional touches of Brenda Starr. Read the story from the beginning at StudioWell.com.

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