Review: HE TROTS THE AIR by Marilyn M. Fisher

He Trots the Air

Marilyn M. Fisher

American Book Publishing


268 pages

$19.95 paperback

Reviewed by Agnes Dee

He Trots The Air is the second book in a series of Connie Holt mysteries. Connie is a quick-witted insurance investigator, for the McCutcheon Equine Insurance Company.

The ‘farms’ of Albemarle county may be stately, the owners supporting the careers of many, and the cars and horses, expensive. And a bad turn with a racehorse can cause all the wealth involved to slip through an owner’s fingers.

Sometimes an owner feels that he’d be better off claiming the insurance on a horse that has had an ‘accident’. Connie has seen such attempts. So has Cary McCutcheon, a good friend of hers, who may have made a few enemies when he confronted unscrupulous  racehorse owners at the McCutcheon’s farm and stables.

Connie has found that someone may be seeking revenge, by drugging Darkling Lord, a promising horse owned by her friend. She also reconciles with Tony Stephens, a man who in, “Three Dead Horses” (the first book in the series), admits both his guilt, and his love for Connie.

Will Connie find out who is behind the plot to drug Cary’s horse, and will they be able to stop it?

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