... There are all the usual suspects in this book following on from the previous books with a few new faces too.
I have to say that at one point I felt that I has guessed what was coming next, only to find I was completely wrong and the story took a different direction. It made the book a ... Read review
Need to have read earlier books to understand past references
"This is the 5th in the series of books involving the horse trainer Jan Hardy and her family. I have actually managed to read the series in order so far, so can understand references to things about the past, but if you pick this one up and don't want to read the first 4 then it doesn't make too much difference, it could still be a good stand alone story.
For anyone who is not familiar with Edge Farm I will explain a little of the history.
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As Jan Hardy begins to recover from the wounds of the past, the stage is set for a fine year, with a wedding on the horizon and the appearance of a mysterious Cherokee Indian owner, Bobby Montana, on the scene. Things are looking exciting, until a sudden death throws her world into turmoil...Is the sickness affecting Montana's horses natural, or is there some more sinister explanation? Is the handsome Irish manager Michael Finnegan a gift from the gods or a Trojan horse? And what is the painful secret her father has hidden from her all her life? Soon, Jan finds not only her personal life but her professional reputation in tatters, as her mistrust of Montana deepens, and her joy at beating her old enemy Virginia Gilbert turns to horror after evidence of doping emerges. While old rivalries resurface, and old relationships crumble, Jan must find new friends and allies in her fight to clear her name, protect her family, and sort out the inheritance...