The Hunt For Rose

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The hunt is on for Rose Blake. Bella Elizabeth is set loose to extract information. The thundering champion 'Flaxmead' heads overseas and in an attempt to bring Rose Blake out of the woodwork turning the equine establishment upside down. Jodi Stanton suffers a late life crisis raising a few eyebrows and John Stanton call's on yet another women in his pursuit for information. More
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Words: 31,830
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311591579
About Brian Cain

Brian Cain was born in the South London UK in 1953, one of six boys to a military family and migrated to Australia in 1969 at the age of 15. His forty years in the mining industry began as a kitchen hand in a remote Australian mine in 1970. He worked his way up on plant and heavy equipment to supervisor, superintendant and management roles. He has travelled in Australia touching places few get to see. He plays drums, guitar and is an accomplished blues harmonica player. He is also a vocalist and songwriter, recording and releasing his own songs. He is a husband, father, grandfather and lives in the central highlands of New South Wales Australia with his wife and family. He also writes and publishes novels on a variety of topics drawing from his colourful life.

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Reviews

Review by: Penny Cavendish on July 03, 2014 :
This would have been confusing had I not read the series, intresting.
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Review by: Julie Harris on June 01, 2014 :
This was a bit lame compared to previous volumes but smashed my beliefs on the crooks identity, I love the horse and the cockney policeman. Have to wait to find out I suppose. I was on a plane recently sitting next to someone reading Bella Elizabeth, first person other than friends I found reading this author, they complained about the spelling. By their accent I imagine they spell mum with an o and I use a u.
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