Horse Tales (Carson Reno Mystery Series, Book 4) by Gerald W. Darnell – #MysteryThriller&Suspense, #Thrillers&Suspense, #Crime, #Cozy, #Animals, #CrimeFiction

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Line BlurbAll Carson Reno Mystery Series Books are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any particular order.
It was a disaster beyond most people’s comprehension.
There was nothing left standing of the barn, it had burned completely to the ground. Among the rubble and smoking wood, you could see the smoking corpses – which had once been some of the finest thoroughbred stallions in the Tennessee and Kentucky area.
Unnoticed, among these ruins, were the burned remains of Aaron Nunamaker, owner of ‘Nunamaker Stables,’ and one of the best-known horse breeders and stud farm owners in West Tennessee.
Killing a human being brings the wrath of the law and the accompanying sorrow and grief from loved ones. Killing a helpless animal brings wrath that is unequaled to that associated with killing a person. This sorrow and grief continue long after the grief over human loss has left. Mankind will forget their own losses, but they never forget similar betrayals to animals. Odd isn’t it?
The fire had, obviously, been set and was a deliberate murder of innocent animals-horses. Horses that could not free themselves from their comfortable stable, horses that trusted their caregiver and felt safe in their home. Horses that died a terrible death, and horses that would never know how they became involved in such a terrible scheme and plan.
Tracks revealed that many of the doomed horses had been led from another barn to the one that was burned. This made it more than an act of revenge or rage, but one intended to destroy the animals, all at once, and all at one time.
Other than car and horse tracks, the clues were minimal or non-existent. Police roped off the area and considered it an accident or a rival/revenge act until they found the body. Then things changed.
He had been shot once at close range with a high powered rifle. The bullet entered his center chest and exited to some unknown parts of the barn or maybe the surrounding ground. His body was burned beyond normal recognition, like the horses, but his engraved Horseshoe ring, which he always wore proudly on his right-hand ring finger, made preliminary identification possible.
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maggie
Carson Reno Rocks

This is the first I’ve read of the Carson Reno series. It’s a fun, easy mystery with a lovable character, Carson Reno, who carries you through the story like he’s your best friend. You will come away feeling like you sat at Chief’s with him and had a hamburger while he told his tale. Enjoyed this book!
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Riley Gets Into Predicaments by Pamela Ackerson – #Animals, #Pets, #BeginnerReaders

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Children will enjoy reading and hearing about the silly antics of a puppy still learning how to be a good listener. This story is about Riley, a cute, little, rescue puppy who gets into all sorts of predicaments.
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Pam Riley Gets Into Predicaments A Granny Pants Story

Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited

The Long and Little Doggie by Pamela Ackerson – #ChildrensBooks, #Animals, #Pets

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Let your children enjoy the wonders and adventures of pets that join a family, bringing joy and heartwarming moments to their everyday lives. This story is about Tubby and Riley, two dogs who needed a good, loving home.
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1luckymama
Great book my little ones could read for themselves!!
Loved this book. Easy for my level 2 reader to read in a cinch. 5 stars for sure. Will buy more.
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Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited

Also available in Spanish:“El Perrito Largo y el Perrito Pequeno:
Una Historia de la Abuelita Pantalones”

(La Serie del Perrito Largo y Pequeno nº 1)

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Janoose the Goose by J.D. Holiday – #ChildrensBooks, #Animals, #FarmAnimals, #Ducks&OtherWaterfowl

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Janoose the Goose by J.D. Holiday, is visiting her cousin, Molly the Duck on the farm. Janoose likes the barnyard very much but she must go home because there are no job openings there. When her flight home arrives, the fox has begun a crime spree, and Janoose is the only one who can stop him.

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BookLover

A sweet, charming story with adorable, colorful illustrations.

Meet Janoose the Goose, Molly the Duck and her little Duckling, DeeDee and a brood of other adorable barnyard friends, enjoying the simple life on the farm. But …Wait! Here comes a naughty, pesky visitor to disrupt their peaceful existence. A wicked fox who is up to his usual mischief. Janoose has to fly home to her job, otherwise, she will be fired…but who will protect her barnyard friends from this wicked fox? Find out by buying this sweet, charming book with adorable, colorful illustrations for your young ones between 3-8.

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JD Janoose the Goose

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“Riley Gets Into Predicaments” by Pamela Ackerson – #Animals, #Pets, #BeginnerReaders

Pam riles 6-25-18
#ASMSG, #iartg, #bookboost, #bynr
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Children will enjoy reading and hearing about the silly antics of a puppy still learning how to be a good listener. This story is about Riley, a cute, little, rescue puppy who gets into all sorts of predicaments.
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Pam Riley Gets Into Predicaments A Granny Pants Story

Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited

“The Long and Little Doggie” by Pamela Ackerson – #ChildrensBooks, #Animals, #Pets

Pam long and little doggie 6-18-18.jpg

                                                          #ASMSG, #iartg, #bookboost, #bynr
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Let your children enjoy the wonders and adventures of pets that join a family, bringing joy and heartwarming moments to their everyday lives. This story is about Tubby and Riley, two dogs who needed a good, loving home.
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1luckymama
Great book my little ones could read for themselves!!
Loved this book. Easy for my level 2 reader to read in a cinch. 5 stars for sure. Will buy more.
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Pam The Long and Little Doggie.jpg

Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited

 

Also available in Spanish:
“El Perrito Largo y el Perrito Pequeno:
Una Historia de la Abuelita Pantalones”

(La Serie del Perrito Largo y Pequeno nº 1)

Pam El Perrito Largo y el Perrito Pequeno.jpg

“Horse Tales” (Carson Reno Mystery Series, Book 4) by Gerald W. Darnell – #Mystery, #Thriller, #Suspense, #Crime, #Cozy, #Animals, #CrimeFiction

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Line BlurbAll Carson Reno Mystery Series Books are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any particular order.
It was a disaster beyond most people’s comprehension.
There was nothing left standing of the barn, it had burned completely to the ground. Among the rubble and smoking wood, you could see the smoking corpses – which had once been some of the finest thoroughbred stallions in the Tennessee and Kentucky area.
Unnoticed, among these ruins, were the burned remains of Aaron Nunamaker, owner of ‘Nunamaker Stables,’ and one of the best-known horse breeders and stud farm owners in West Tennessee.
Killing a human being brings the wrath of the law and the accompanying sorrow and grief from loved ones. Killing a helpless animal brings wrath that is unequaled to that associated with killing a person. This sorrow and grief continue long after the grief over human loss has left. Mankind will forget their own losses, but they never forget similar betrayals to animals. Odd isn’t it?
The fire had, obviously, been set and was a deliberate murder of innocent animals-horses. Horses that could not free themselves from their comfortable stable, horses that trusted their caregiver and felt safe in their home. Horses that died a terrible death, and horses that would never know how they became involved in such a terrible scheme and plan.
Tracks revealed that many of the doomed horses had been led from another barn to the one that was burned. This made it more than an act of revenge or rage, but one intended to destroy the animals, all at once, and all at one time.
Other than car and horse tracks, the clues were minimal or non-existent. Police roped off the area and considered it an accident or a rival/revenge act until they found the body. Then things changed.
He had been shot once at close range with a high powered rifle. The bullet entered his center chest and exited to some unknown parts of the barn or maybe the surrounding ground. His body was burned beyond normal recognition, like the horses, but his engraved Horseshoe ring, which he always wore proudly on his right-hand ring finger, made preliminary identification possible.
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maggie
Carson Reno Rocks

This is the first I’ve read of the Carson Reno series. It’s a fun, easy mystery with a lovable character, Carson Reno, who carries you through the story like he’s your best friend. You will come away feeling like you sat at Chief’s with him and had a hamburger while he told his tale. Enjoyed this book!
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