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Book Title: Lions and Tigers and Snares|
The author of the book: Vincent Diamond
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 657 KB
Edition: Smashwords, Inc.
Date of issue: May 5th 2010
Read full description of the books Lions and Tigers and Snares:Byron knows he’s getting close to determining whether the big cats at the refuge where he’s working undercover are being sold for use in illegal big game hunts. The fact that Kendall, the head keeper obviously has issues with the owner, and seems torn about what they are doing, while genuinely caring about the animals gives Byron the in he needs to get the evidence. Some marijuana and some pillow talk nets him the truth, however the owner attacks Kendall while showing the “merchandise” to a buyer and comes very close to killing him before the police and Byron can rescue him.
This was an interesting topic for me. While I’m not an avid animal rights advocate, using endangered animals for some idiot to hunt for sport does upset me and to be honest, sometimes I don’t like to think about it even existing somewhere like the US, but I know it does. This book ends just as Kendall and Byron are really getting started as a couple and Byron has noted that being undercover is hell on a relationship, and Kendall’s preserve is in the middle of nowhere, so what will happen to them now? Will they attempt a relationship? I would have liked to see a bit more of a decision either way, but it’s an interesting topic for a short story.
The author notes that a portion of the proceeds from many of his books go to animal charities so it’s obviously a cause that is close to Mr. Diamond’s heart.
* This story is included in the print book Rough Cut: Vincent Diamond Collected by Vincent Diamond and is offered free by All Romance e-books.
Read information about the authorThe alleged Vincent Diamond is a former Central Florida writer now transplanted to North Carolina. When not at the keyboard, I'm in the dressage ring, trying to pick up the correct diagonal at the trot--usually unsuccessfully. Diamond gleefully buys smutty periodicals for “research materials” and lists them on a Schedule C every year. The IRS has yet to question this deduction.
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