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A thief; a desperado criminal has broken into the feed shed of Hank's ranch where Hank the Cowdog is head of security. The thief is eating the corn Slim has stored there and uses to feed the flock of wild turkey. A crime has been committed and Hank is there to solve it and save the day. Slim set a `raccoon trap' and Hank goes on guard.
How can Hank manage to get himself caught not once, not twice but three times in his own trap?
When the author first started this series they were not actually meant to be children's books and they have kept that flavor even to this day as probably more adults read these things than young folks do. Now that is not to say that these books are not wildly popular with the younger set...they most certainly are. It only means that these books are quite readable for both young and old alike and if you love and enjoy dogs, they are almost a must read. Seldom have I read an author who seems to be able to crawl inside the mind of a working dog.
These books, this one included, are hilarious and I found myself laughing out loud throughout this entire read.
These are great books for the reluctant reader.
This was a library find.