Steve Cline Mysteries, no. 1
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"It's amazing what horses can do for a mystery. Kit Ehrman's debut novel, At Risk, reeks of authenticity, and the hunters and jumpers that are boarded at this no-frills garage have personality to burn. When seven of these horses are stolen in the dead of night, Stephen Cline, the 21-year-old barn manager . . . in the honored tradition of a Dick Francis hero, vows to track down the thieves . . ." ~Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times
"Both horse lovers and crime fans who've never stepped into a stirrup will relish Ehrman's riveting debut . . . Ehrman treads Dick Francis territory with a sure foot [and] has created a memorable cast. With his youthful zeal and perseverance, Steve Cline makes a captivating hero and sleuth, one readers will be eager to see again." ~Publishers Weekly
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Why in the hell would you tell the ending to the novel in your review? Really how rude!!!!
Not a bad story, kept you interested, but I don't think the author is an animal lover, especially in the end. There was no story line significance to killing the horse in the end, the cat I guess was part of the story( although I dont feel it was that important) but there was no reason for Chase to have to be "destroyed", I would rather have seen the cop die.
Great book you don't need the foul language, your better than that. Story line was kept up thru the book in a well developed manner.