No Fences

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A powerful historical/fiction heart-warming family saga that passes through nearly eight decades and three generations, concluding with a twist in 2008. Beginning in 1925, the story is set in the South and the West and employs just the right amount of romance, intrigue, mystery, friendships, history and colorful characters to uncover the brutal politics of the plight of the Wild Horse of the West. More

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About Ray Davis

The author, Ray Davis, received his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Georgia in 1967. He was married later that year, and has lived for most of the past forty-three years with his family in Northwest Florida.

During the 1980s he founded Appealing Appaloosas, Inc., and raised, gentled and sold Appaloosa horses of the Plaudit bloodline.

From his youth, having lived in a rural setting, he was drawn to researching the old West and the wild mustangs that helped to win it.

He authored hundreds of health-related and outdoor newspaper articles during the 1980s in the Beach Bay News in Northwest Florida.

He continues to practice pharmacy, writes novels and resides in Northwest Florida with his wife, Debbie.

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Review by: Sarah Bathurst on Aug. 03, 2011 :
As an avid reader I would like to recommend Ray Davis's book "No Fences" This book is a must read for anyone who wants to learn about the plight of the Wild Horses and Burro's, American history, our countries financial challenges, and the urgent need for everyone to join together and put an end to the roundups plus the exporting of Horses and Burros to other countries to be slaughtered in the most cruel inhuman manner.

Ray's book is well written and researched I'd love to start a fund to purchase a book for every member of congress and send it to them as they bury their heads to avoid having to stand up and do the right thing. I'd love to see this book in every school and public library and on a list of books schools recommend for adolescents as it shows the challenges and choices young people make that effect their lives long term. It reflects on the need for social responsibility and the core values that families are responsible for instilling in their children. It weaves within it tasteful romance and emotional challenges every person experiences when involved in relationships. Both men and women will enjoy this book. This is a book parents should read and also they don't have to be afraid to buy it for their children.

Thank you, Ray Davis for writing this book and for all of the energy and efforts you put into saving the Wild Horses and Burro's of America.
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