Lisa Wysocky

THE REIN EQUATION: A CAT ENRIGHT MYSTERY

ABOUT THE BOOK

At a competitive trail competition Cat Enright finds the body of one of the riders, which ultimately causes Cat to doubt her closest friends and neighbors. When hunky country music star Keith Carson saves Cat's life, she struggles to remember details that can point her toward the killer--before the killer comes for her. Aided by her usual eclectic cast, including the (possibly) psychic mare, Sally Blue, if Cat wins in the end, she may lose what she loves the most. Praise for the Cat Enright series:"The strength of a great detective series--Travis McGee, Harry Bosch, Sherlock Holmes--is not the mysteries, but theexperience of hanging out with a remarkable friend whom you wish you knew in real life, who is so interesting that it takes more than one book to get to know her. Cat Enright is one such character, and Cat's stories are ones we we will inevitably enjoy, over and over." --Michael Guillebeau, author of the award-winning The Mad Librarian and Don of the Q"The mark of a storyteller is when the reader begins to genuinely care about the characters in the story. Lisa Wysocky captures both people and horses." --Jean Abernethy, author, cartoonist, and creator of Fergus the Horse "A great read, and a great ride! I loved it!" --Robin Hutton, author of the NYT bestseller Sgt. Reckless: America's War Horse

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lisa Wysocky is an award-winning bestselling author of fiction and nonfiction. Her Cat Enright equestrian mystery series, which is set near Nashville, has won six awards, including Mom's Choice, IBPA, American Horse Publications, and Foreword book awards, and has also been optioned for film and television.