There's been a brutal murder on the ranch, and it's up to Hank the Cowdog, Head of Ranch Security, to conduct the investigation. The only problem is no one's talking. After a dangerous fact-finding mission, Hank thinks he knows who the guilty party is. But before he can make the arrest, he's captured by a bloodthirsty pack of coyotes and condemned to death at daybreak. Can Hank escape before the killer strikes again?
Hank and Junior the Buzzard do a romantic duet of "Beulah, Good Night" and Hank sings a soulful number called "The Cold Weather Cowdog Blues".
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©1984 John R. Erickson; (P)1984 John R. Erickson
There's nothing like Hank the Cowdog to entertain the kids in Granny's car! Every trip, long or short, his old voice quiets us all. Wholesome, & really entertaining, wit h high morals, & wonderful lessons on courage, loyalty, kindness & friendship without missing a beat in the exciting story....these books are a treasure to our 20+ Grands. (Papa & Granny love them, too. Thanks, Hank. Granny McFee
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