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Something in Their Eyes

it was ok 2.0  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Frank Hazelton is an ex-con who has managed to create a nice life for himself on a Tampa thoroughbred rescue farm. He has his horses that he heals and boys that he teaches to do the same. Until one day, a rap star with an attitude creates havoc on the farm. Frank went into prison because of his violent side; can he control it at a time that's so important to the operation?
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Published (first published April 17th 2011)
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Dec 29, 2012 Sue rated it liked it
I enjoyed this. The MC, Frank, is a wonderful character - very real life feel to him, I could thoroughly believe he was an ex-con.
The work was interesting. I've seem telly programmes about dogs being used in prisoner rehab, but not horses, but it certainly seems to fit.
Nicely written short story.
May 14, 2015 garnetyuna rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I didn't know there is really a program to rehabilitate both inmates and horses (in Florida, at least). I just found out from the publisher's blog. The things you learn reading books and following their publishers... ;)

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Belea T. Keeney was born and raised in the balmy tropics of Florida and still dreams of velvet-humid nights, the smell of orange blossoms, and the croak of alligators. Her writing has appeared in Florida Horror: Dark Tales from the Sunshine State, The Beast Within, Men of Mystery, Sniplits, WordKnot, along with many other outlets. Her stories have placed in the Writers in Paradise Short Story ...more
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