Satan's Pony (Jo Banks, #2)
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Satan's Pony (Jo Banks #2)

3.26 of 5 stars 3.26  ·  rating details  ·  23 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Hathaway's likeable young doctor, Jo Banks, is solidly ensconced as "house doctor" to a group of motels in the New Jersey countryside. Then one day the motel where Jo is living and where she has her office is suddenly over run by a loud group of motorcyclists. When one of the riders is murdered, suspicion falls on Dr. Jo's landlord's son, who turned up after having been pr...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published September 5th 2004 by Minotaur Books (first published September 1st 2004)
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The reason I rate this book four out of five stars because it was a interesting book to read of mystery and unrated violence. This fascinating book had some similarities between reality in school. A biker name Archie but he is now known as Pi that Archie was helping a women fixing her motorcycle that the relation between reality in school is bullies who tease kids or pick on kids that sometimes a bully will change and become helpful and successful student. Archie is my favorite character in thi...more
#2 in the Jo Banks series. Ex-NYC doctor Banks is now plying her profession in South Jersey. An endearing series by the late (2013) Robin Hathaway.

Dr. Jo Banks series - Now the house doctor for area motels, Jo has settled into a comfortable life. This is upset when a motorcycle club moves in. Pi, the leader, turns out to be a former acquaintance of Jo and arouses jealousy in boyfriend Tom. When one of the club is murdered, Pi is the prime suspect and disbelieving Jo determines to solve the crime...more
Oct 09, 2010 TJ rated it 2 of 5 stars
Shelves: mystery
An ok book. Nothing great. Quick read. Not really worth it
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Robin graduated from Germantown Friends School and Smith College (BA/English). While her two daughters were young she owned and operated a printing/advertising firm Barnhouse Press from her home (there was a printing press in the barn and one in the house) and did freelance writing and photography. One daughter claims she was lulled to sleep by the methodical beat of a printing press in the kitche...more
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