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The Case of the Burrowing Robot Audiobook

The Case of the Burrowing Robot: Hank the Cowdog

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The garden's been invaded! No sooner has Sally May finished planting her vegetable garden when some kind of unearthly being decides to burrow in the neatly planted rows of tomatoes and peppers. It looks like a job for the Head of Ranch Security, so Hank sets straight to work trying to dig the space monster robot out of its hole. But when Slim, Loper, and Sally May catch Hank in the ruined garden they place all the blame on him. Ashamed, Hank does the only thing he can think of and hits the road. As he begins his exile he runs into an old friend, Madame Moonshine. Will she be able to help Hank clear his good name?

Hear Hank sing "The Sharing of Pain" and Madame Moonshine performs "The Song of the Third Test of Truth".

Hot dog: Don't miss out on any of Hank the Cowdog's adventures.

©2003 John R. Erickson; (P)2003 John R. Erickson

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    Kevin Bass 10-09-16
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    The entire story is that an armadillo digs up the garden and Hank gets blamed. You can tell all that from the title and description. It's not funny, very predictable and 3/4 of the book is Hank trying to build up suspense using long and boring monolog. There is almost no action in this book. Maybe it would be good if other Hank books had not built up my expectations.

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