In this exciting case, Hank falls victim to a series of sneaky schemes. First a turkey debacle endangers his relationship with Sally May, then a case of poisoning puts him at death's doornail, and finally a disastrous ride to town almost finishes him off. As each terrible event takes its toll on his reputation - not to mention his dignity - Hank begins to notice a pattern. Could it be that an evil mastermind is behind these plots?
As the pieces of the puzzle fall into place, Hank narrows down the pool of suspects and finds himself drawn into a deep, dark conspiracy orchestrated by his mortal enemy...or is it mortal enemies? Drover (?) sings "Joe Fred, the Grasshopper", and Slim sings the educational "Don't Haul a Sick Dog in the Back of Your Car".
©2014 John R. Erickson (P)2014 John R. Erickson
A very entertaining, gripping, and hilarious from beginning to the end! I really think this is my favorite hank the cowdog story. It's well worth the money, and you get to keep it forever!
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