The Lost Ode

The Lost Ode Literary scholar and amateur sleuth Julia has stumbled on a family secret a secret steeped in the history of Kentucky s thoroughbred country and linked to the descendants of poet John Keats and his br

  • Title: The Lost Ode
  • Author: Virginia Slachman
  • ISBN: 9780615852638
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Literary scholar and amateur sleuth Julia has stumbled on a family secret a secret steeped in the history of Kentucky s thoroughbred country and linked to the descendants of poet John Keats and his brother George When the owner of Brookfield Stud Farm, Gray Burke, is arrested for homicide Julia is left to solve the murder and prove his innocence while following theLiterary scholar and amateur sleuth Julia has stumbled on a family secret a secret steeped in the history of Kentucky s thoroughbred country and linked to the descendants of poet John Keats and his brother George When the owner of Brookfield Stud Farm, Gray Burke, is arrested for homicide Julia is left to solve the murder and prove his innocence while following the trail to the Keats lost fortune Solving the murder may lead to love and treasure, but has Julia backed the wrong horse in believing in Gray s innocence
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    • Lauren Garcia says:

      A masterful first novel. Slachman’s characters are people worth knowing—challenged, full of honesty, heart and wit, revolving in the murder and mayhem going on in this fascinating behind-the-scenes glimpse into the world of thoroughbred horse racing and breeding.

    • Kat says:

      This was a great read! I'm not a fan of mysteries and this one hooked me from the beginning. I love a good story that I learn so much from. In this case, the Kentucky and Thoroughbred histories; the Keats and Audubon Kentucky connections, of which I had forgotten about. I really relished reading the Brookfield Stud Farm parts and the horses' histories. The Seelbach and Filson Club parts made me feel like I was standing there seeing it all. I liked her style of writing and I see and appreciate ho [...]

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