Triple Cross (Steve Cline, #4)



Although 23 Year Old Barn Manager Steve Cline Doesn T Expect To Stray Far From The Horse World, He Has Enrolled In A Private Investigations Course And Is Working On The Final Project But When His Father, Racehorse Trainer Chris Kessler, Invites Him To Louisville On A Two Week, All Expense Paid Vacation That Will Culminate With The Running Of The Kentucky Derby, How Can He Refuse Except, It Isn T Really A Vaction Kessler Has A Derby Runner And Needs A Reliable Fill In When One Of His Employees Is Injured With Only Two Horses To Care For, The Workload Is Light, And Steve Decides To Get That Class Project Out Of The Way A Simple Records Search But The Very Act Of Initiating The Project Triggers A Chance Encounter That Plunges Steve Into The World Of The Ultra Rich A World Where Greed And Revenge And Ambition Drive Some Men To Commit Unspeakable Acts Amid The Pageantry And Glamour Of Thoroughbred Racing In Quick Order, Steve Finds Himself The Prime Suspect In A Murder Investigation And The Target Of Brutal Thugs From The Relative Security Of The Backside To The Derby Festivities That Transform Downtown Louisville Into Party Central To The Opulence Of A Lexington Horse Farm, Steve Deals With His Own Personal Demons And Strained Relationships As He Attempts To Stop A Murderer Before A Power Play Culminates In Shattered Dreams And A Bloody Triple Cross.Triple Cross (Steve Cline, #4)

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  • Hardcover
  • 326 pages
  • Triple Cross (Steve Cline, #4)
  • Kit Ehrman
  • English
  • 13 July 2017
  • 1590583027

10 thoughts on “Triple Cross (Steve Cline, #4)

  1. says:

    I feel compelled to offer some preconditions on this review The worst thing to do, of course making excuses before you ve said word one about the text itself But here goes.First of all, I don t naturally gravitate toward mystery genre books Now, I m a sucker for a sci fi or horror genre book, cliches and allbut mystery cliches cause a lot of eye rolling for me There s several in Triple Cross, but they come with the territory, so I can t find fault for their use Second, I know not I feel compelled to offer some preconditions on this review The worst thing to do, of course making excuses before you ve said word one about the text itself But here goes.First of all, I don t naturally gravitate toward mystery genre books Now, I m a sucker for a sci fi or horror genre book, cliches and allbut mystery cliches cause a lot of eye rolling for me There s several in Triple Cross, but they come with the territory, so I can t find fault for their use Second, I know nothing about Ms Erhman s other books, and in fact, I haven t read the first three of this series If I had, ...

  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is the fourth in the Steve Cline series TRIPLE CROSS is set during the two weeks leading up to the Kentucky Derby Steve s dad has a horse running in the race, so Steve is there to help him Steve is also taking a course in detective work and as part of that he picks a person at random to research When he does so, he stumbles on a major mystery when the woman disappears and is ...

  3. says:

    While the horse details were dead on, for the most part, and other details were well researched, I personally didn t care for the story I have read two of Ehrman s titles and simply can t warm up to the main character I don t search out mystery novels but I do horse related n...

  4. says:

    An engaging read, especially if you live in the Louisville, Kentucky area, but not one of my favorites If you re not familiar with the area or the Kentucky Derby , you may frequently be lost.

  5. says:

    I really enjoy this series a mystery with a horsey side

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