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The Opium Equation; A Cat Enright Mystery by Lisa Wysocky
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Aug 05, 2013

it was amazing
bookshelves: equestrian-fiction, horses, mystery
Read from July 23 to October 09, 2012

The Opium Equation reminded me of a Janet Evanovich novel, and as a huge Janet Evanovich fan, I loved this book. I liked the quirky characters, interesting plot, and humor all wrapped up in a good story. Lisa Wysocky interspersed serious situations with light moments, which made for an enjoyable read. I particularly liked her flawed characters and the voice of Cat Enright, from whose point of view the story is told.
The author included enough horse information to inform non-horse people without overwhelming them, and enough unique horse information to interest horse people as well.
I look forward to more books in the Cat Enright mystery series and hope to see many of the same characters again!

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