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  • Title: Mystery At Saddle Creek
  • Author: Shelley Peterson
  • ISBN: 9781554702688
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Paperback
  • Summer vacation has finally started, and Bird is looking forward to an extended stay with her Aunt Hannah at Saddle Creek Farm But before she can settle into a normal routine of riding Sunny and preparing for shows, the community is thrown into chaos A neighbourhood woman is brutally attacked on a local side road, and when the police don t act fast enough to satisfy theSummer vacation has finally started, and Bird is looking forward to an extended stay with her Aunt Hannah at Saddle Creek Farm But before she can settle into a normal routine of riding Sunny and preparing for shows, the community is thrown into chaos A neighbourhood woman is brutally attacked on a local side road, and when the police don t act fast enough to satisfy the demand for justice, the situation goes from bad to worse with neighbour accusing neighbour, and a bent on revenge vigilante group springing up to take matters into their own hands Although she starts by observing the fuss from the sidelines, Bird quickly finds herself embroiled in the mystery Who had reason to attack Sandra Hall Does the strange man Bird and Sunny met in the woods have something to do with the crime And how does her grandfather s reappearance fit into the picture As Bird struggles to get to the bottom of the mystery, she learns than she bargained for about her community, her past, and human nature.
    Mystery At Saddle Creek Summer vacation has finally started and Bird is looking forward to an extended stay with her Aunt Hannah at Saddle Creek Farm But before she can settle into a normal routine of riding Sunny and prepa

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    1. Just a short review.Quick note on writing style I find it very direct and rushed in parts, however I loved tanbark s thoughts at the beginnings of the chapters I thought they were the most engaging, in character elements of the book.This book started out really good I thought the plot was interesting and it seemed fresh and different from the previous book However, soon I started to feel thematically it was very similar in parts to the last book, and I started to like the characters less There w [...]

    2. This series was a childhood favorite of mine I loved it as a kid and it made me appreciate books and that s what matters.

    3. Let me start by saying, I LOVED Sundancer It is one of my all time favourite books.So when I discovered there was a sequel, I was overjoyed.Unfortunately, this book, like many sequels, does not live up to expectations.It felt like Bird when through an entire personality switch She was too interested in boys and not enough in horses Her thoughtfulness and depth was abandoned when she began to speak I also didn t really like the plot of the book The mystery was not engaging and I felt that it poor [...]

    4. YA is not my reading choice, normally, but my aunt Shelley s books are awesome She creates real characters with real struggles and complexity, and she tells a damn good story.Each book is a new adventure as well as an exploration of character I love that her latest, Mystery at Saddle Creek, is also a murder mystery.She has three very different protagonists in her 5 books so far Bird in Sundancer and Mystery at Saddle Creek is my favorite She s quirky, competitive, and kind And she has a wonderfu [...]

    5. This book was a complete joy to read The story of a courageous girl who can communicate with animals kind of sounds like it would be a tacky book for kids, but it really is amazing how Shelley Peterson makes it so addicting to read I love how the animals each have their own personality Cody the wise wolf, Lucky the rambunctious puppy, Sabrina the sassy pony, and of course Sunny the energetic gelding The whole story had me hooked right until the twists at the end A must read for horse lovers and [...]

    6. I remember reading this years ago when I was much younger in a hotel room after the rest of my family had gone down to the pool I felt so important and old that my Mom left me alone in the room, even if I was a little bit scared I was in a really horrible mental state at the time, and this book was just such an amazing escape This just transported me to Saddle Creek with it s sunshine I can t forget Bird, or the wonderful effect she had on me in that moment.

    7. I have been a huge fan of Shelley Peterson s books since I was a young teenager, and this love for her books has continued on into adulthood Her books delve into the world of amateur horse showing with gusto all while providing a strong plot line that is both fun and intriguing I highly recommend this book and its predecessors to horse lovers young and old

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