Maryland Equestrian Novels
Murphy’s Law Farm Mysteries
Stand Alone Books
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Horse Hacks, Snacks, and Tack: What’s Working for Me and My Horse Every horse owner has experienced the frustration of purchasing a piece of equipment, a supplement, or other equine merchandise only to discover that the promised advantages of said product did NOT deliver. We all hate to throw away our horse-budget dollars, so that’s…
Our Guest on Horses, Hope, and Healing: Emily Goldstein, entrepreneur and equestrian, talks about her healing journey The topic for today is the management of the condition known as Kissing Spine. ((See previous post My Aching Back, here.)) More and more horses are diagnosed with this condition. For some, it is asymptomatic or can be…
Does a Doctor Ask First if the Patient Deserves Treatment? An interesting question came up in our family the other day…the question of who “deserves” help, or more specifically, why help some people when it will do no good? My daughter is completing a surgical residency and told us about spending long hours in the…
. . .plenty of suspense. I rooted for Cory Iverson on every page of this beautifully written novel. Trovillion’s prose is vivid, her equine setting authentic.”
– Sasscer Hill, Author of Flamingo Road (Fia McKee Mysteries)
Amazing book. This was a page turner with well-developed characters. Touching on self-esteem, bulimia, bullying, real friends, and finding your inner voice. I look forward to reading more by this author.
– Amazon Review
(Horse Gods) got increasingly more intense to a point where I was literally holding my breath while flying through the pages late into the night. No matter your equestrian experience, this book is a brilliant read for all ages.”