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The Story of Jack
The Pit Bull Who Became a Hero

Overview


Can a pit bull ever rise above the prejudice against his breed—and show the world what sort of dog he truly is? Can he find lasting love and happiness?

Jack’s story is the story of every dog of every so-called “dangerous breed” that has known discrimination and ignorance. Through Jack’s eyes and his unique “voice,” we learn what it feels like to be a lonely, powerless dog in a world run by humans…and we learn what miracles are possible when love is added to the mix…

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Description


"...a powerful story...beautiful and uplifting." Sara Hoklotubbe, award-winning author of SINKING SUSPICIONS. 

2016 GOLD MEDAL WINNER - eLit Awards
2016 SILVER MEDAL  WINNER - Readers' Favorite Awards
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About the author


Writing as KATHARINE KINCAID, Pam Daoust is the author of twenty-two historical romance novels, four novellas and a children's book (THE HONU WHO KNEW TOO MUCH, A Fable For Grownups And Children). The latter book, like this one, was written under her own name, Pam Daoust. A longtime Ohio resident, she now calls Hawaii home and enjoys spending time with children, grandchildren and her first great grandchild. Dogs and horses have been a lifelong passion. Many of her books feature horses, but this is her first book to feature a dog.
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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Sagas

Language:English

Pages:148

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781682225820

Paperback ISBN:9781682225813


Overview


Can a pit bull ever rise above the prejudice against his breed—and show the world what sort of dog he truly is? Can he find lasting love and happiness?

Jack’s story is the story of every dog of every so-called “dangerous breed” that has known discrimination and ignorance. Through Jack’s eyes and his unique “voice,” we learn what it feels like to be a lonely, powerless dog in a world run by humans…and we learn what miracles are possible when love is added to the mix…

Read more

Description


"...a powerful story...beautiful and uplifting." Sara Hoklotubbe, award-winning author of SINKING SUSPICIONS. 

2016 GOLD MEDAL WINNER - eLit Awards
2016 SILVER MEDAL  WINNER - Readers' Favorite Awards

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About the author


Writing as KATHARINE KINCAID, Pam Daoust is the author of twenty-two historical romance novels, four novellas and a children's book (THE HONU WHO KNEW TOO MUCH, A Fable For Grownups And Children). The latter book, like this one, was written under her own name, Pam Daoust. A longtime Ohio resident, she now calls Hawaii home and enjoys spending time with children, grandchildren and her first great grandchild. Dogs and horses have been a lifelong passion. Many of her books feature horses, but this is her first book to feature a dog.
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