Saddle Tramps

Saddle Tramps Meet Ex Reporter Pepper Kane, A Tough Yet Lively Southern Oregon Horsewoman She Must Track Down The Killer Of A Prize Show Horse As The Killer Closes In On Her While Busy Sleuthing, She Tries To Save Her Tack Store The Best Little Horsehouse In Oregon, Win At A Do Or Die California Horse Show With Her Buddies From Brassbottom Barn, And Reach A Decision About Her Longtime Yet Elusive Lover, Lakota Tribal Policeman, Sonny Chief. The classic country dialogue in this light mystery made me smile onthan one occasion The cast of colorful characters at the Brassbottom Barn from Tulip with Store Bought tits and Va va voluptuos Victoria s botox enriched lips , Flaming Freddie the hairdressing jockey to the strong, but silent Dakota Chief are fodder for a great sitcom Protagonist, Pepper Kane, an amateur
Step into the highly competitive world of show horses with Pepper Kane and her fellow Brassbottom Barn pals in Carole Beers riveting read SADDLE TRAMPS Set in Oregon s Rogue River Valley, the book starts with the killing of a prize show horse Pepper calls into play her one time rep
This mystery has everything interesting characters, an intriguing setting, an interesting backdrop, horse shows and a complex plot The main character s relationships with Tulip, Sonnie, and Freddie add a lot of richness. edited reviewok, to be fairI finished the book late into the night and wrote the review immediatelynot wise for me to do.The prologue immediately pulled me in, getting the horse s perspective on what was about to take place with him I wanted to save him Unfortunately, not many of the remaining characters pulled me in, though I did not know who did it for awhile which is a plus That alone kept me reading it The writing was good, which is another plus I realize this was not suppos edited reviewok, to be fairI finished the book late into the night and wrote the review immediatelynot wise for me to do.The prologue immediately pulled me in, getting the horse s perspective on wha
Sassy and classy, this mystery is set into motion by the sudden death of a prized show horse who would kill this valuable animal, and why Pepper Kane, horsewoman and amateur sleuth, wants to find out, and her search launches a volley of fast moving events, some of them downright dangerous There s romance, friendship, horse show lore, and a lot of action both sleuthing and amatory along the way Beers, a respected Northwest writer who was the long running dance critic for The Seattle Times Sassy and classy, this mystery is set into motion by the sudden death of a prized show horse who would kill this valuable animal, and why Pepper Kane, horsewoman and amateur sleuth, wants to find out, and her search launches a volley of fast moving events, some of them downright dangerous There s romance, friendship, horse show lore, and a lot of action both sleu
It was fun to write, and exciting and entertaining to re read, as it flies off store shelves and online book sites I like my heroine Pepper Kane so much, with her sleuthing, horsing around, wisecracks and courage, that I am now planning her next adventure on the modern West Mystery Trail Pepper Kane, ex reporter and horse lover, is the newest sleuth on the scene Tackling the death of a highly prized show horse, Pepper finds that getting ready for an important horse show, keeping her horse tack store in the black and finding a killer is a tough job But she s the right woman for that job Smart a
Saddle Tramps is a fun horse murder mystery Carole Beers keeps her readers moving at a quick trot, as she introduces us to a variety of characters, and suspects, and as she add details about the Rogue River area, the world of horse
Could not finish Soooooooooo much gossip and different story lines, that this became an absolute tedious chore to read, and I totally lost all interest, so gave up OMG So much crap going on, and so many charact
What a page turning engaging read this was As a former reporter I can relate to Pepper I wish I was a cowgirl If you love horses and mystery, add this one to your list and get reading I just might read it again.