The Red Setter: revised edition by Steve Plant

The Red Setter: revised edition

bySteve Plant, Jimmy Freeman

Kobo ebook | December 6, 2016

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Good news for Dog re-homing Charities. After all costs have been deducted,  Copyright holders, Steve Plant and Dana Freeman have agreed to donate the royalties from this edition of The Red Setter to dog re-homing charities.

Steve Plant was asked by Dana Freeman if he would complete her late husband's manuscript which comprised of just 6 chapters and chapter headings, hand written on air mail paper. This is the result. An exciting tale of a young boy's development as he becomes inseparable from his new found friend, his Dog Red. 

Jamie hadn’t really wanted another dog after the death of his beloved ‘Duke’, but his dad and Old Jock, by subterfuge, persuade Jamie to take a greyhound pup born to Jock’s red setter, Sheila. Jamie names the pup Red, and after weeks of chasing rabbits in the hills near to home, Jamie realises he has much more than just a pet greyhound. Soon it becomes clear that winning the ultimate prize in greyhound racing, The Greyhound Derby may not be just a dream.

Three less than honest rogues, interested only in making money, also  have their eyes set on the ultimate prize and the money jackpot that accompanies it. They are unaware of a link to Jamie’s dog, Red.

Clever planning ensures that the Jamie’s and the brothers’ dogs run their early races in different parts of the country and never meet in competition.

The race is on. Each of the dogs is very successful, but it is inevitable that they are to meet for the Honour of Winning the Greyhound Derby 

 

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Title:The Red Setter: revised editionFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 6, 2016Publisher:Blackheath Dawn PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:191136815X

ISBN - 13:9781911368151

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