|Published by Free Spirit Books, an imprint of American History Press .|
You will laugh at the antics, shed a tear at the pain, and be amazed to see how the horses were instrumental in helping beat the odds against Fred’s survival. You will have a front row seat to witness triumph and tragedy.
This first time author has written a book that gives you a glimpse into his soul. You will not want the book to end.
It was March 28, 1998; Fred and Susan had just celebrated their wedding in the Village of Lexington after Fred had served twenty nine years on the St. Clair Shores Police Department, retiring as Deputy Chief of Police. Fred longed to return to his home town far away from the hussle and bustle of the city. Susan was eager to be a country girl and the kids were eager to explore the beaches and woods.
A new home was just completed which was nestled in the woods surrounded by wildlife. Susan immediately was absorbed into the small town culture; the kids liked their new school and classmates, spending time with “herds” instead of gangs.
Fred continued teaching law enforcement tactics around the State for a period of time until the nickering of horses replaced the sharp report of gunfire.