Meet Ex Reporter Pepper Kane, A Tough Yet Lively Southern Oregon Horsewoman She Must Track Down The Killer Of A Prize Show Horse As The Killer Closes In On Her While Busy Sleuthing, She Tries To Save Her Tack Store The Best Little Horsehouse In Oregon, Win At A Do Or Die California Horse Show With Her Buddies From Brassbottom Barn, And Reach A Decision About Her Longtime Yet Elusive Lover, Lakota Tribal Policeman, Sonny Chief
Born to descendants of Oregon Trail pioneers, I have long been fascinated with horses, writing and The American West old and new I sold romance stories and Western articles in college After earning a B.A In Journalism at University of Washington, I wrote 7,000 stories for The Seattle Times in 32 years, covering hard news as well as the arts and celebrities such as John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn Along the way I mentored American Indian children, danced and sang at powwows, taught writing at private schools, flew airplanes and competed on a women s shooting team I also showed Paints and Quarter Horses, winning national and regional honors I still ride my horse Brad at least five days a week I also write daily at the hilltop home I share with my husband, three dogs, a cat and a parakeet named Peekaboo in Oregon s fabled Rogue River Valley.
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- Carole T. Beers
- 07 October 2018 Carole T. Beers