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August 29, 2013

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Kelly Robinson

For a few years, I was the YA director at the used bookstore where I worked. I saw his books all the time, but I never really gave them a second look. Thanks for the review -- you've made me nostalgic for something I never even read!

Richard R

I've read and often reread all the Terhune dog books, grew up with a wonderful collie. I had no idea this book existed. Many thanks for the review!

BV Lawson

Glad to have given you a trip down memory lane, Kelly! The collie in this book, by the way, does figure in like a supporting character. Fans of his dog-related books might enjoy it on that level.

BV Lawson

I couldn't find out *why* he decided to write this book, Richard, after spending so much attention on those in which a collie is the central character. He's right in that it's a tad on the melodramatic side, but there is enough mystery (who is Brice? why is he there?) to keep the reader turning the pages.

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