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Thursday, January 19, 2012

One of my friends from a writing forum in the U.S., who writes under the names Susan Kiernan-Lewis and Jenna Davis, just reminded me that among her many novels, she has three books on Amazon that would qualify for a mention here - they all involve horses. They are also inexpensive reads (so plenty of money left over for you to still pay for your weekly feed bill). Bloody Trails is a 25 page murder/mystery short story for 99c.  Walk, Trot, Die is a good sized book, also a murder mystery in the horse community (love the title!) and that is $2.99.  Horse Crazy is an amusing true story of learning about horses and is a great 'how to learn' guide for those new to the industry, and a chuckle for those who learned to ride before they could walk.  $1.99

 

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