~BOOK ♌ Cold Burn ⚕ PDF or E-pub free

~BOOK ♧ Cold Burn ☪ Steve Cline has managed the hunter jumper show barns at Foxdale Farm for the better part of three years But he has a deal with himself When he no longer feels challenged, when the routine becomes stagnant, he will look for another joband he passed that point months ago So when Corey Claremont, one of Foxdales boarders, asks Steve for help because her brother has gone missing, Steve embraces the puzzle with enthusiasm Two weeks earlier, for no apparent reason, Bruce Claremont quit his job working the night shift on a thoroughbred breeding farm in Warrenton, Virginia, and vanished To find out what happened, Steve slips unobtrusively into Bruces worldThe Steve learns, the he suspects that Corey may never see her brother again Secrets, jealousies, and obsessions are the norm in this pastoral setting, and the present seems to be repeating its fiery past Was on a horse fiction kick for a while Dick Francis is one of my favorites and since this author was inspired by Francis I gave it a try Some hints of backstory were confusing without having read books 1 2 but it still moved along nicely and the hero gets satisfyingly beat up a la Francis love a hero who suffers stoically The plot was interesting with varied moral dilemmas no pat overly happy ending Enjoyed the author s end note explaining the finer points of foaling and breed farm p Was on a horse fiction kick for a while Dick Francis is one of my favorites and since this author was inspired by Francis I gave it a try Some hints of backstory were confusing without having read books 1 2 but it still moved along nicely and the hero gets satisfyingly beat up a la Francis love a hero who suffers stoically The plot was interesting with varied moral dilemmas no pat overly happy ending Enjoyed the author s end note explaining the finer points of foaling and breed farm practices There are few thingsterrifying to a horse owner than arson This book s first, graphic scene of a barn fire immediately sets the reader on edge In this Steve Cline mystery, the third in the series, the reader is transported into another corner of the equine industry, that of large scale Thoroughbred breeding The proximity of Steve to the likely criminals at all times, given that he is literally filling the shoes of the man whose disappearance he is investigating gives this book an imposs There are few thingsterrifying to a horse owner than arson This book s first, graphic scene of a barn fire immediately sets the reader on edge In this Steve Cline mystery, the third in the series, the reader is transported into another corner of the equine industry, that of large scale Thoroughbred breeding The proximity of Steve to the likely criminals at all times, given that he is literally filling the shoes of the man whose disappearance he is investigating gives this book an impossible to put down quality Excellent mystery suspense Totally enjoyed reading this book Loved this book just like three that came before it looking forward to thr forth. Thee stars means I finished it and I liked it This book is set in the world of brood mares and dilettante breeders The characters are a bit thin, the sex is harsh and weirdly skippable The story is not bad A light adult read, but not something I d really recommend with enthusiasm. I couldn t put this down Horses, mystery, a tad of romance, Warrenton Va setting what s not to like This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I really enjoyed this third book about Steve Cline and his adventures on the horse farms In this one he s trying to find a missing brother of a friend The man last worked at a mare foaling farm before his disappearance, so Steve starts there by getting a job The author gives a lotdetail than I really needed about how mares have their foals, but otherwise, this was a very satisfying adventure story.The main character is conflicted about what he wants to do with his life Does he continue I really enjoyed this third book about Steve Cline and his adventures on the horse farms In this one he s trying to find a missing brother of a friend The man last worked at a mare foaling farm before his disappearance, so Steve starts there by getting a job The author gives a lotdetail than I really needed about how mares have their foals, but otherwise, this was a very satisfying adventure story.The main character is conflicted about what he wants to do with his life Does he continue working with horses, become a cop, or private detective He seems to love the adventure of investigation and yet gets thoroughly beaten up for his troubles I swear if I didn t know the author was Kit Ehrman, I d say this was prize winning early Dick Francis It s all very well written and kept me reading the entire book all in one sitting