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No More Bull: A Dr. Gil Tailor, DVM Mystery

4.50  ·  Rating Details  ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Veterinarian Gil Tailor takes a temporary job in a small Colorado town to escape his painful past. But his past gets there first.
Dr. Gil Tailor spends two drunken years trying to get over the tragic death of his wife and the disappearance of his best friend. He takes a short-term job at Spanish Peaks Veterinary Clinic near La Veta, Colorado to get his life in order. He's
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Paperback, 362 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Outskirts Press
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Arlene
Nov 27, 2011 Arlene rated it it was amazing
I really liked this book. I bought an autographed copy of the book from the author at a street fair in LaVeta, CO this fall. It starts with the bizarre discovery by a couple of construction workers of a buried stock trailer containing bones of a long horn bull. The trailer was owned by Dr. Gil Tailer, DVM (he's a vet if you don't recognize the letters). Gil happens to be substituting for another vet who is out of town for a few weeks so he is a stranger in town. He quickly comes under suspicion ...more
Terry Odell
Sep 22, 2011 Terry Odell rated it really liked it
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Between the Colorado settings and the well-developed character of veterinarian Gil Tailor, No More Bull makes for a page-turning read.
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