Hank is in real trouble this time. Loper and Sally May's relatives are coming for Christmas dinner, and Sally May has been working to get the entire ranch in order - including preparing for the Christmas feast. Unfortunately, when she discovers that the turkey she bought has met a terrible end, she pins the blame on Hank! Is he the guilty party, or have more sinister forces been at work to frame him for the crime?
Later that day things seem to be looking up - that is until the replacement Christmas turkey flies the coop, too, landing Hank in even deeper trouble! Can an act of true heroism right the terrible wrong and salvage Hank's reputation, or is he doomed to spend the rest of his doggie days in exile? Slim belts out "Good-bye to the Turkey, Hello Tuna Fish".
©2015 John R. Erickson (P)2015 John R. Erickson
I have been a dedicated listener to Hank the Cowdog audiobooks for a long long time (since they were on cassette) and this is as classic as they get.
When Hank destroys his own bed in protest and realizes he has no where to sleep anymore.
He nails Hank and Drover's voices every time. Every. Time.
I listen to them all at one sitting (they aren't that long.)
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