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Slaying the Jabberwock

Slaying the Jabberwock

by Jean Kehoe VanDyke

About The Book

More interested in adventure than the secure path her Midwest farming family expects her to follow, Willow Roberts accepts a coveted position as a working student under Mae Sutherland, an internationally acclaimed dressage rider and trainer in Pennsylvania. Arriving in historical Bucks County, Willow realizes the photos she was sent of Sutherland Stable failed to prepare her for her first panoramic, postcard view of Sutherland Manor, where the mansion's overall message of age, power and mystery creates the evocative sensation of a castle out of time—an unread tome of hidden secrets and untold stories. One of those stories belongs to Drew Sutherland Mae's musically talented and worldly grandson, who is charmingly irresistible and mysteriously perplexing. Filled with well-developed real-life characters as well as thrilling twists and turns, this novel will keep readers engrossed from the first page until the last Slaying the Jabberwock is sure to linger in the mind long after it has been read.

Details
Publication date March 11,2022
Language English
ISBN 978-1-63871-989-2 (Paperback)
978-1-63871-990-8 (E-BOOK)
Genre Fiction, Action and Adventure, Contemporary
Specifications
Pages 618
Interior Color Black and White
Book Size 6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)

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