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New York Times best-selling author Rita Mae Brown thrills audiences with this exhilarating mystery from her popular foxhunting series, as "Sister" Jane Arnold, astute septuagenarian and master of the Jefferson Hunt Club, tries to flush a killer out of her charming community.

The February hunt season is in full swing in genteel Virginia when the neighborhood is rocked by murder: the female victim stripped naked and propped onto a horse statue outside a tack shop.

©2007 Rita Mae Brown (P)2007 Recorded Books

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  • Kaelin
  • albia, IA, USA
  • 12-01-09

Thrilling, if your into horses

This murder mystery kept me listening. I loved the foxhunting setting throughout. My only complaint was the large amount of characters introduced very quickly, it took a few chapters to keep them straight. Overall, a great mystery!

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Great story line. Didnt expect the ending to finish the way it did. Good audible.

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Boring

What disappointed you about The Tell-Tale Horse?

Preachy, boring and stupid, insulted my intelligence

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Preachy, boring and stupid. It insulted my intelligence.

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