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Joseph B. Hoyos of Gumshoe Review Reviews Neighing with Fire

“Kathryn O’Sullivan’s third entry in the Colleen McCabe series, Neighing with Fire (following Murder on the Hoof and its debut, Foal Play) is the most delightful, most intriguing one yet… Sunny beaches; cute, adorable pets; wild Mustangs; feuding characters; fiery explosions; and gruesome deaths make Neighing with Fire an excellent installment in a unique cozy series that continues to improve with age.” – Joseph B. Hoyos, Gumshoe Review Read full review

 

Neighing with Fire Fundraising Promotion for Corolla’s Wild Horses and Firefighters

Want to help raise money to save Corolla’s wild horses and support the firefighters featured in Neighing with Fire, Murder on the Hoof and Foal Play? Here’s your chance!

 

For every hard or e-book copy of Neighing with Fire that is pre-ordered/purchased between April 17, 2015 and May 15, 2015, I will donate $1.00 to be divided evenly with the Corolla Wild Horse Fund and the Corolla/Carova/Duck, North Carolina firefighters.

 

Just e-mail a copy/photo of your receipt to Kathryn@kathrynosullivan.com as proof of purchase! It’s that simple. I will deliver the checks this summer!

 

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“Kathryn O’Sullivan’s third entry in the Colleen McCabe series, Neighing with Fire (following Murder on the Hoof and its debut, Foal Play) is the most delightful, most intriguing one yet… Sunny beaches; cute, adorable pets; wild Mustangs; feuding characters; fiery explosions; and gruesome deaths make Neighing with Fire an excellent installment in a unique cozy series that continues to improve with age.” – Joseph B. Hoyos, Gumshoe Review Read full review

 

“Boasting a great cast of characters, engaging dialogue and a feel-good atmosphere, this is my favorite book thus far and I look forward to the next book in this delightfully captivating series.” – Dru’s Book Musings Read full review

 

“O’Sullivan’s well-crafted mysteries invoke the senses with rich details of the scenery and pace of life in the popular North Carolina tourist area. Colleen’s confusion about her romantic life adds an endearing facet to her otherwise tough-as-nails personality. This one will attract both readers of romance-centric cozies and those who favor Bill Crider’s small-town procedurals.” – Amy Alessio, Booklist

 

“… diverting…The upcoming New Age-y nuptials of firefighter Chip and the town residents’ intense interest in Colleen and Bill’s budding relationship provide an amusing counterpoint.” – Publishers Weekly  Read full review

 

“Neighing with Fire is a terrific cozy mystery with an interesting setting and an appealing heroine…a great choice for mystery lovers of all ages, particularly those who love animals.” – The Mutt Café  Read full review