Orphan

Harry Haines

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Orphan In a horrific accident twenty miles west of Amarillo Texas veterinarian James Robert Masterson steps out into the night to find the sole survivor is a very young colt As there is no one to take char

  • Title: Orphan
  • Author: Harry Haines
  • ISBN: 9781932278569
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In a horrific accident twenty miles west of Amarillo, Texas, veterinarian James Robert Masterson steps out into the night to find the sole survivor is a very young colt As there is no one to take charge of the frightened animal, Masterson agrees to take him home to his ranch in Bushland, Texas He and his wife tend Orphan, never dreaming he will play a significant role inIn a horrific accident twenty miles west of Amarillo, Texas, veterinarian James Robert Masterson steps out into the night to find the sole survivor is a very young colt As there is no one to take charge of the frightened animal, Masterson agrees to take him home to his ranch in Bushland, Texas He and his wife tend Orphan, never dreaming he will play a significant role in their daughter s life and in theirs When a suspicious gambler from Albuquerque, and the pushy ex wife of the owner, claim the horse, the mystery begins Interwoven in this mystery are murder, battles in the court, a life and death struggle with cancer, music, and horseracing The reader will travel to the beautiful horse country of Kentucky, and to the impressive Ruidoso Downs, home of the much sought after All American Futurity, the world s richest horserace They will also see the seamier side of horseracing driven by greed.

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      Published :2018-011-20T00:19:09+00:00

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    1. Will Kester on said:

      I seldom rave about books, don't give many five-star ratings and call few books 'great'. I think that dillutes the word, 'great'. "Orphan" comes close to achieving my highest praise as, "A really good read, with heart and an interesting story, both." Not wanting to spoil the story, I will say that the personal struggle of the foal's adoptive family worked into the main-story (Orphan)gives the book an extra dimension that adds without distracting. One question: A West Texas vet that loves opera? [...]

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