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The Tormentors

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When his beloved German Shepherd vanishes, Sox sets out to find the thief and becomes involved with a ring of dangerous dog trainers who kidnap animals for their own illegal profit.
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Published October 1st 1990 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P
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The book "The Tormentors" By Lynn Hall is a great book for all animal lovers and especially little kids. Besides the tormenting of animals, it shows the love and dedication a boy has to find his dog. The book is a little emotional and can be a little upsetting at times, but it has many exciting parts to it. The book is about a boy who loses his dog and does anything he can to get her back, even torment other dogs just to get her back.
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The author of over fifty novels for juvenile and young adult readers as well as over two dozen novels for younger readers, Lynn Hall focuses on coming-of-age stories featuring dogs and horses.
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