Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Claiming Christmas by Natalie Keller Reinert

Claiming Christmas by Natalie Keller Reinert is a equine short story about a Thoroughbred trainer seeking peace and quiet during the holidays but finding insight from a horse-crazy girl instead.

A fundraising group from Ocala, Florida ask Alex to allow a young orphaned girl named Wendy to follow her while training her racehorse, Personal Best, who is being prepared for an upcoming race. Wendy knows nothing about horses but quickly bonds with a new filly in training she names Christmas. Alex soon goes to great lengths to save Wendy and Christmas.

This story is well written with an emotional appeal that will please all horse lovers!

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Two Equine Shorts by Sasscer Hill

If you like equine mystery stories, then this author is a must read! Sasscer Hill wrote Venomous and Pretty Fraudulent and both short stories will have you craving for more, so check out her other books.

Both have a female protagonist who happens upon bad guys trying to do bad things in an equine setting. Since they are short, I won't give the tales away. The author not only gives a realistic horsey background, but also writes clearly with excellent descriptions, characters and dialog.

Enjoy the ride, however brief, and then read her novels!

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Yellow Flash by Peter Wilben

I read the Kindle version of Yellow Flash by Peter Wilben during my lunch breaks - found myself looking forward to the time to catch up on the adventures of Joe Grace!

In this one he investigates the death of a famous racehorse for a friend. This exciting tale leads the reader into not only an insurance scam, but a conspiracy with roots back to the Nazi regime.

Wilben knows his horses, shares interesting history details and spins a yarn that will keep the reader guessing. Ride on Joe Grace!

On Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Yellow-Flash-Joe-Grace-Thriller-ebook/dp/B00C3JSB3E/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1385934804&sr=1-1&keywords=yellow+flash+by+peter+wilben