Some great reviews by Audrey Driscoll, Vokhtah included, but also an excellent review of The Old Woman and the Mad Horse. It’s written by an Aussie buddy of mine, Cage Dunn, and I can attest to the fact that it’s a great read.
I haven’t read the other two books, but my TBR pile is starting to look rather thin so…:) Oh! And while you’re looking at all these books, check out Audrey ‘s Herbert West quartet. One word: awesome. 🙂
Here are my thoughts on four more books I read and greatly enjoyed in the first six months of 2020.
First, books by writers from Australia, which seems to be a beehive of creativity in the 21st century.
The Old Woman & the Mad Horse – Case File for: The Big Three Mining Investigation by Cage Dunn and Rose Brimson
The tension starts on the first page and doesn’t let up until nearly the end. Hella Solaris is an investigator for a shadowy organization opposing a mega-corporation’s efforts to gain technological domination of the earth’s population. Her intent to step back from active service in a small rural community is thwarted, first by the presence of an angry horse, and then by a criminal element who wants to drive her away, and finally, by discoveries and developments that entangle the personal with the professional.
This is a thriller of sorts…
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