It’s February, prime foxhunting season for the members of Virginia’s Jefferson Hunt Club, when a shocking event alarms the community. A woman is found brutally murdered, stripped naked, and meticulously placed atop a horse statue outside a tack shop. The theft of a treasured foxhunting prize inside the store may be linked to the grisly scene, and everyone is on edge.
With few clues to go on, “Sister” Jane Arnold, master of the Jefferson Hunt Club, uses her fine-tuned horse sense to try to solve the mystery of this “Lady Godiva” murder. But Sister isn’t the only one equipped to sniff out the trail. The local foxes, horses, and hounds have their own theories on the whodunit. If only these peculiar humans could just listen to them, they’d see that the killer might be right under their oblivious noses–and that Sister could become the killer’s next victim.
Praise for The Tell-Tale Horse:
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE BESTSELLER
_25E2_2580_259CA charming and engrossing series . . . Sister Jane Arnold is Master of the Foxhounds as well as one of the most entertaining amateur sleuths since those of Agatha Christie._25E2_2580_259D
_25E2_2580_259CIntriguing . . . Fans of the series will be fascinated with Jane_25E2_2580_2599s evol0FA0E46431
_25E2_2580_259CGrabs readers from the opening scene and gallops through to the very surprising end._25E2_2580_259D