From Publishers Weekly
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I just started reading this author - what a wonderful escape! I can't ride horses, so I really enjoy reading about them. The book goes fast and easy - a very enjoyable read.Published 3 months ago by ANNE G SPICER
Well structured plot and well,developed charters.smart fast moving with enough fear and humorous diolog to balance the drama knowledgeable horse facts.Published 4 months ago by Fg Middlebrook
An AMAZING author that submerses you in the world of horses, mystery and suspense! An equal to Sue Grafton!! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Horse Lover
ONE OF THE BETTER STORYLINES IN THE SERIES. ENJOYED THE PLOT, ALTHOUGH SOMETIMES TOO MANY NAMES GOT CONFUSING. A GOOD READ AND ENJOYED THE HORSE "LINGO".Published 12 months ago by J. STITT
I bought this for my Mom......Maryland's Jumber Champion, back in her day. She told me how good the book was and how well written, noting that it was western oriented rather than... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Susan S. Palmer
I felt the finish was a bit abrupt but I can see lots of promise in the writing style. It's such a lovely change to have horses well portrayed. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Roy Anderson
These books are very well written, very knowledgeable about the subject. A very nice, enjoyable read. The author has a way of using words to make a picture!Published 17 months ago by Irma Roberts
it's a bit cheesy in places, but a good story. I enjoyed it. I really like Gail and look forward to reading more adventuresPublished 18 months ago by Shelley Engel
I enjoyed this book because of the horse theme and the geographical location of Santa Cruz County. It's fun to read a book that takes,place in your back yard.Published 18 months ago by Cyclingbuddie