A Two Horse Town, by Kathleen Kaska, is the second mystery in her Kate Caraway Animal-Rights Mystery Series. The story takes place in Two Horse, Montana, a fictional town near the Crow Reservation, and will be released on December 29.
With her coffee-guzzling dogs and a welcome mat that starts at the business end of a shotgun, Ida Springfield weathers all the challenges life hands her. Until the local government gets the idea to build a dam to help the ranchers, a dam that would dry up the water on her ranch and destroy the habitat for the herd of mustangs living there. After further alienating the "goofballs at town hall," Ida lets go of her pride and accepts the help of animal rights activist Kate Caraway. Kate feels a need to escape life in Chicago after so many years in her beloved Africa. She's eager to get to Montana and find some peace from rural surroundings. After tumbling down a mountain, finding a body, and getting warned off by the mayor, Kate understands why her husband wants her to come home. But Kate can't leave without saving the mustangs and helping the 82-year-old woman and her mentally challenged twin sister stand up to the town bigwigs. To do that, she has to find out who killed Ida's estranged son and why town officials believe her great-grandson committed the crime.
You’re missing a riveting story if you haven’t read a mystery by Kathleen Kaska. So, pick this one up and enjoy a thrilling puzzle set in a battle for animal rights. Check out her website: https://kathleenkaska.com/
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