here. If you like the book, you will also want to take a look at the follow-up book, 'The Chase'. Here is a synopsis of 'The Hunt' from Goodreads.
The complex and romanticized lifestyle of elite foxhunters is revealed in this thrilling murder mystery. An attractive and wealthy lawyer and horseman, Doug Cummings personifies the old money equine subculture of Middleburg, Virginia. Driven to succeed, Cummings's climb to the top is halted when he becomes the target of a twisted scheme to frame him for the murders of his former lover and horse groom. As Cummings attempts to find the true culprits, the conflicting forces of his community offer a revealing look at how vengeance, love, and envy obscure the search for truth and justice.
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here. Here is a synopsis from Goodreads.
A newly married couple receive an anonymous suicide letter delivered to their house by mistake. The wife, feels the need to discover whom the letter was written for. Her husband, Jay, would rather focus on settling down and starting a family.
As Louisa investigates the note's origins, secrets of broken childhoods and abuse are uncovered, and Louisa reunites a group of long-lost friends.
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here. Here is the synopsis from Goodreads.
Daniel Tomelin, a shell-shocked veteran haunted by the carnage of the First World War, abandons his family in the Great Depression and goes on the road in search of relief from his nightmares. The life of a freight-hopping, banjo-strumming hobo appeals to him more than he wants to admit. But he insists he's not a bum - he's a family man looking for work; a down-and-out victim of the Depression, whose war flashbacks and guilt for leaving his family accompany him through the hills of Missouri.
Compassionate, humorous, and warm, despite the economic hardships of the era, Face the Winter Naked will appeal to readers who enjoy tales of survival in the Great Depression. Stories of desperate men who couldn't handle the realities of war or financial ruin. Men who dearly loved their families but hadn't the courage to stay and accept responsibility. The story pulls the reader back to a tragic period in history, where people either learned to cope with poverty - or perished.
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