Revenge of the Rats

Abbie's brother, Bendigo, and his friend, Lydel, are partly responsible for dump ground rats invading Ben's family chicken coup. Ben hatches a plan to use the rats themselves to act as the instruments of their own demise. The plan, although effective, proves far more costly than expected. More
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About Michael Allender

I was born in Dalhart, Texas, received degrees at Texas A&M in Wildlife Science and Psychology, and did post graduate work at Utah State in ethology. I worked as a professional photographer and wildlife artist, and authored "The Guadalupe Mountains Of Texas", published by the University of Texas Press, a coffee table book of a west Texas national park. I then worked for 25 years as a wood craftsman and entrepreneur. I currently live in Redmond, Oregon, and avail myself of every opportunity to paddle the wild rivers of the Pacific Northwest, from California to northern Canada and Alaska.

About the Series: The Life and Times of Bindigo and Abbie Joules
Bendigo Joules, raised on a small farm in east Texas in the 40's and 50's, scratched out a life filled with the joys, surprises, trials and love that only an adventurous and giving spirit could produce. His life ended tragically in his sister's company at the age of eighteen, and Abbie Joules is determined that his memory not vanish forever. Fortunately 'words work' is her specialty, and she has sculpted an image of a bygone era in which her brother stars in riveting tales filled with humor, adventure, and the full warmth and foibles that humanity has to offer. You will not soon forget the life of Bendigo or his loving sister, Abbie, nor the many characters she paints with both sensitivity and vivid colors: Price and Pleasure Walker, Booptriska Kazmierski, Ziggy Pugh, Cat-Fish and Fish-Cat, and many others. It is a book for readers of any age who want their day to feel warm, bright and friendly.

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Review by: James Jenkins on May 11, 2016 : (no rating)
Apparently this is story #9 of a series? I guess I will go try and figure out which is number one and start there.

There are several ways the author can make clear that work is part of a series...
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