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Shadow Horse (2 vol.)

by Alison Hart
Jasmine is sure that her favorite horse has been poisoned by the owner of the horse farm where she works, but no one will believe her. This heartwarming novel will appeal to mystery fans as well as horse lovers. 240 pages, Ages 10 & up

Item Number: 1176
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $20.00
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Reviews for Shadow Horse (2 vol.)
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5This is a great book! It starts where Jas is waiting to see a judge for assaulting a rich horse owner who killed the horse she loved. The horse owner, Hugh, claims Jas's grandfather accidentally poisoned the horse, but Jas knows that is not possible. Jas is sentenced to live under a kind of 'house arrest' on Second Chance Farm, a place where abused and neglected animals of all kinds are brought, cared for, and adopted. Jas secretly collects clues as to how and why Hugh killed the horse, Whirlwind, whether he has killed before, and how she can prove it. In the meanwhile, she also takes care of and trains a large, but sick, horse bought at a 'meat auction'. The story is well-written, fast-paced, poignant, and funny at times. It is full of fascinating details about the juvenile system and about horses in general.
2011-08-17

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