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By Jan Neuharth

The advanced and romanticised way of life of elite fox hunters is printed during this exciting homicide secret. an enticing and filthy rich legal professional and horseman, Doug Cummings personifies the old-money equine way of life of Middleburg, Virginia. pushed to prevail, Cummings's climb to the head is halted while he turns into the objective of a twisted scheme to border him for the murders of his former lover and horse groom. As Cummings makes an attempt to discover the real culprits, the conflicting forces of his neighborhood provide a revealing examine how vengeance, love, and envy vague the quest for fact and justice.

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No wonder she had laughed when he’d asked her to make a name tag for herself. She and the sheriff were obviously already on a first name basis. “I have some disturbing news to deliver to you today,” the sheriff said. He held up the Coroner’s Report. “I have just this morning received word from the medical examiner that he believes Nancy Williams’ death last week was not accidental, as we all had thought. ” The sheriff placed the report on the desk next to him. ” Several reporters fired questions at the sheriff, and he held up his hands.

He raised his hands in a helpless gesture. “I just don’t want the media scaring people away, Sheriff. Giving them the impression there’s some serial killer running around out here. ” Sheriff Boling’s scowl relaxed and he stared thoughtfully at Clyde. “You know, you may have something there, Clyde. I’m not willing to go as far as you just did, but you might be right about the press conference idea. ” Sheriff Boling scheduled the press conference for eleven o’clock, and 52 T H E H U N T Clyde set up folding metal chairs in the lobby.

Clyde’s pulse quickened. ” he asked. Kathy spoke so quietly Clyde had to lean forward to hear her. “Purplish. Bruises. ” Clyde’s voice was loud and he saw a middle-aged balding man in a red coat poke his head out of a nearby horse trailer to look at them. Carol gasped and Kathy glanced at her. “I’m sorry. Maybe I shouldn’t have said anything. It’s probably nothing,” Kathy mumbled, taking a step backwards. Clyde looked at Carol, not bothering to conceal his smile. “I suppose I shouldn’t say I told you so,” he said, lowering his voice a bit.

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