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Michaela Bancroft is expanding her training and riding business by buying four new horses from colleague Audrey Pratt. Then Audrey is found in the stalls, strangled to death with a pair of reins, and it's up to Michaela to corral a killer-or she's next.

©2011 Michele Scott (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • kristina karraker
  • 18-02-15

Poor narration

I really can't stand her attempt at masculine voices. She can't do accents well either.

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  • Beatrice
  • 25-09-12

Better than the last one

This one was better than the last one but the narrator still tried to makr Michaela sound southern. The mystery was pretty good and there are enough twists to keep you guessing.

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  • 20-08-12

Really enjoyed this series.

Good follow up to the first book in this series set in the California Horse culture. Good suspense and a little romance. Would recommend to anyone who enjoys Linda Howard, Karen Robards, or Suzanne Brockmann.