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    Emotionally gripping!

    I’ve enjoyed all three of Hearon’s novels in this series, but this one touched me more than the others because of the setting: horses waiting for slaughter, many of them perfectly healthy and still able to provide years of riding or driving. While horse slaughter is illegal in the US, the feed-lots — basically waiting rooms for impending slaughter — are legal. As a lifelong horse lover, I was on the edge of my comfy chair while Annie, with help from her friends, worked to rescue doomed horses while trying to figure out who wanted to kill her and why. Hearon has created a cast of interesting and compelling characters and while her heroine and other good guys are people I’d like to know, her villains are multi-faceted as well. I’m looking forward to the next in this series.
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    Unbridled Murder by Leigh Heron A Carson Stables Mystery #3 This series has it all: mystery, murder, great characters and romance. I have been lucky enough to read the first two books in this series so was happy to find out book three had been written. I love that Annie Carson is in her forties and not a young thing that is perfect in every way. She is someone I can relate to and would like to have as a friend. Her romantic interest is worthy of her and worthy of anyone…I mean…gorgeous, wealthy and dedicated to making her happy…what’s not to like? In this story the focus is again on horses and murder and solving “who done it”. Annie has recently lost a friend, Tony, when the story begins. Tony originally went to a feedlot to rescue some horses for an NGO program he, Annie and others had undertaken. When he was unable to pick up the horses Annie took up the responsibility and drove to the feedlot to do so. Little did she know going in that she would end up staying longer, be a suspect in a murder, have hoodlums disrupt her stay and become so immersed in the fate of over fifty horses that did not deserve the fate awaiting them. There were characters easy to love. There were characters easy to hate. There was information imparted. There was heartache for the lot of many horses and their fates. There was joy for horses that are rescued from that fate. There were new friends made. There were old friends to catch up with. There was a murderer to find. There was romance. And…there was a wish left for book four in the series to be written soon. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4.5 Star
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    A Great Cozy!

    In some ways this was an easy one for me. In more ways it was hard. The whole plot of the horses going to feedlots just hit me where it hurts. I was super excited for the chance to read this Cozy since it was about horses. I loved getting to know the characters. The story was emotional for me but I loved it anyway! I loved that Annie was such an advocate for the horses. I could relate to her. Unbridled Murder is book 3 in the series but it is written as a stand alone. The cover may take you back to Trixie Belden (it did me) or the latter horse series books. It is an adult version and worthy the read. I enjoyed Unbrideled Murder and look forward to reading more in the series. I received a complimentary copy from Great Escapes Tours.

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