Bullets for the Bridegroom is the third book in the series featuring tax accountant turned hero, Whit Whitney. As the book begins, we see Whit and his fiance, the soon to be Kitty Whitney driving to Reno to get a quickie marriage. They stop in at the house of an old friend, and it becomes very clear that he has house guests with bad manners, and that all is not well in Reno.
As it turns out, the difficulty involves WWII espionage by the Japanese, and their traitorous agents in Nevada. Whit's caught between a sheriff who likes him for a recent murder, and the spies who want to snuff him out. Unlike the first two books in the series, we know who the bad guys are pretty quickly, and we know they're pretty smart. The thrill of this book is how to break up the spy ring when no one has any idea where their base is.
Since this a series, Whit triumphs and he and Kitty get married. The writing is crisp and tight and the descriptions of the land around Reno are engaging.
If you're interested in this book, be sure to read the first two in the series first; Death and Taxes and Shear the Black Sheep.