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Upon a Crazy Horse by Frank Allan Rogers
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Mar 20, 12

bookshelves: western
I own a copy, read count: 1

I'm proud to say I critiqued this manuscript in its early days, and it captivated me from the get-go. After publication, I had to buy my very own copy of the book. The finished product enchanted me even more. With charm, wit, enthusiasm, and heart to spare, UPON A CRAZY HORSE is a wild ride of the best sort. Frank Allan Rogers' genuine, down-home "voice" is delightful -- sort of a mashup of Larry McMurtry and Louis L'Amour. Readers will feel every ache poor Jack Brannigan experiences, fall in love with the cantankerous horse, and find more than enough twists and misadventures to keep them engrossed long after they should have gone to bed. Even the villain seems human enough to live next door.

Frank, I can't wait to see where you'll take us next!

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