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Bestseller Roughstock Creat Laura Crum go inside Books Laura Crum has spent over twenty years training and showing western cowhorses and her mystery series featuring equine vet

Bestseller Roughstock Creat Laura Crum go inside Books Laura Crum has spent over twenty years training and showing western cowhorses, and her mystery series, featuring equine veterinarian Gail McCarthy, reflects her knowledge and love of horses The twelve book series is available both in print and as ebooks Laura still owns horses and rides regularly She lives in the hills near California s Monterey Bay with her husband and son and a large menagerie of horses, dogs, cats and chickens She be emailed and visited at lauracrum and blogs at equestrianink blogspot.. Veterinarian and amateur sleuth Gail McCarthy attends an equine seminar at Lake Tahoe, only to find one of her fellow horse vets dead and another accused of murder The trail leads back to Gail s hometown of Santa Cruz, California, and, frighteningly soon, to her own back door.. Good Book Roughstock I have to make a correction...one of the steers used in the roping competition is called a "Charlais"...The correct name is "Charolais". Otherwise, so far, it's a fun book to read.

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  1. Laura Crum has spent over twenty years training and showing western cowhorses, and her mystery series, featuring equine veterinarian Gail McCarthy, reflects her knowledge and love of horses The twelve book series is available both in print and as ebooks Laura still owns horses and rides regularly She lives in the hills near California s Monterey Bay with her husband and son and a large menagerie of horses, dogs, cats and chickens She be emailed and visited at lauracrum and blogs at equestrianink blogspot.

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  1. I have to make a correction of the steers used in the roping competition is called a Charlais The correct name is Charolais Otherwise, so far, it s a fun book to read.


  2. A light, fast paced mystery, centered around the Western horse world The horse stuff was clearly from hands on experience and rang true A fun, quick read, recommended for horsey people or mystery fans who like to learn a bit about a new subculture.


  3. Another fun Gail McCarthy, DVM, mystery had me hooked by the horsey details and galloping through the adventure to see Whodunnit The ending read like a rather abrupt wrap up but I enjoyed the read overall and look forward to continuing to follow Gail through the series.



  4. Very slowI thought this story was weak, and very predictable.Very descriptive but lacking colour, disappointed It is one author I shall not be puttering on my book self


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