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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Mystery & Detective / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:454
  • eBook ISBN:9781682224762

Gwenonwyn of Aileen

by Cher Griffin

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Overview
Third in the Marla Mesconti Mystery series, this book tells the tale of Gwenonwyn of Aileen, or "Layla", as she's called, a rare-colored buckskin Gypsy horse. Layla loses her rider on an organized trail ride when a camouflaged hunter steps out from behind a tree. Layla is nowhere to be found but soon, Marla is called in to help when Layla is found in a pond miles away from the ride. Can Marla and her friends along with Rick Wassel, her police-force boyfriend, find out who did this heinous crime?
Description
Third in the Marla Mesconti Mystery series, this book tells the tale of Gwenonwyn of Aileen, or "Layla", as she's called, a rare-colored buckskin Gypsy horse. Layla loses her rider on an organized trail ride when a camouflaged hunter steps out from behind a tree. Layla is nowhere to be found, but soon, Marla is called in to help when Layla is found in a pond miles away from the ride. The story unfolds in the hills of New Hampshire and takes Marla and her crew to the green mountains of Vermont to find the killer. Rick Wassel, her police-force boyfriend, takes the case for the NH State Police and vows to find the person responsible for the demise of Beth Amesby's beautiful, gentle Layla.
About the author
I was Born in 1956 in Nashua, NH. I’ve migrated east over the years to land in Auburn, NH, my current home. I will be moving to South Carolina to retire! I am married to my super husband, Tye Griffin and have a son, Cody Griffin, who is serving in the US Army. I began riding when I was 6. A trail ride at a local hack stable that turned ugly when the horse I was being led on broke free and galloped back to the barn with me whooping it up the whole way. I was hooked. Horses were in my blood, much to my mother’s dismay, and at 12 my father surprised me with my own horse. I joined the local 4-H club and became a complete and total horse nut. Following my stint as a 4-H member I became a 4-H leader and that has continued for 38 years. I am an NEHC rated A horse show judge, trainer and instructor and have made it my life’s passion to be completely absorbed in the horse industry. I currently own and operate a fun, mobile tack shop and have a wonderful web site for everything else horsey! www.griffinbrook.com! I’ve written many how-to articles and have been published in numerous papers and magazines across the country. I wrote several kids stories and they too have been published nationally as well as in Canada. The transition from kid’s books to adult crime novels was easy. Horses are still my main focus but reading crime novels was something I began at an early age, sneaking my mother’s books when she was done with them. So, when I started writing the first book, crime and horses were an easy mix.
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