THE HORSE ON THE HILL by Helen Oakley

THE HORSE ON THE HILL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An imbalance of emphasis between the mystery element and the horseshoe happenings of this mystery -cum -equestrienne story makes interest flag. Midge Porter manages to establish the identity of an orphaned French girl who is in danger of deportation and she tames a stray horse whom she finds in her grandfather's pasture, but in effect there are two stories with neither really dominant. Easy reading, though both plots are hackneyed.

Pub Date: Sept. 16th, 1957
Publisher: Knopf