Praise for Cold Burn...
"Cold Burn is a hot read. Grab it." -Rita Mae Brown author of The Mrs Murphee Books
"Ehrman's knowl edge and exposition of life on a horse farm is most impressive and enjoyable." -Publishers Weekly
"Steve Cline...[is] increasingly irresistible in Ehrman's best yet." -Kirkus Reviews
Steve Cline has managed the show barns at Foxdale Farm for the better part of three years. But he has a deal with himself: when he no longer feels challenged, he will look for another job...and he passed that point months ago. So when Corey Claremont, one of Foxdale's boarders, asks Steve for help because her brother has gone missing, Steve embraces the puzzle with enthusiasm.
Two weeks earlier, for no apparent reason, Bruce Claremont quit his job working the night shift on a thoroughbred breeding farm in Warrenton, Virginia, and vanished. To find out what happened, Steve slips unobtrusively into Bruce's world.
The more Steve learns, the more he suspects that Corey may never see her brother again. Secrets, jealousies, and obsessions are the norm in this pastoral setting, and the present seems to be repeating its fiery past....
After discovering the works of Dick Francis, Kit Ehrman decided to quit a lucrative government job and went to work in the horse industry. Twenty-five years later, Ehrman combined a love of horses and mysteries by penning the award-winning mystery series featuring barn manager and amateur sleuth Steve Cline. The author lives and writes on a horse farm in Indiana. www.kitehrman.com