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"A lifetime ago, undercover sheriff's detective Elena Estes worked the mean streets and back alleys, living by her wits and playing the long odds until she took one risk too many. Now Estes lives on the ragged edge of lost hope and self-hatred, hiding from the past and believing she doesn't deserve to have a future. But the past is about to come back with a vengeance, and the future is about to become a race between life and death." "A young woman is missing and her twelve-year-old stepsister comes to Estes for help. No one but serious, studious
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"A lifetime ago, undercover sheriff's detective Elena Estes worked the mean streets and back alleys, living by her wits and playing the long odds until she took one risk too many. Now Estes lives on the ragged edge of lost hope and self-hatred, hiding from the past and believing she doesn't deserve to have a future. But the past is about to come back with a vengeance, and the future is about to become a race between life and death." "A young woman is missing and her twelve-year-old stepsister comes to Estes for help. No one but serious, studious Molly Seabright seems concerned about what's happened to her troubled older sister. But Molly is convinced Erin is in danger. Estes has no P.I. license, no interest in a new career, and no desire to break her self-imposed exile. But the more she learns about the people Erin Seabright was involved with, the more her long-dormant cop instincts come back to life." "One trip to the show grounds where Erin worked as a groom, and Estes is quickly pulled to the dark side of a glamorous sport. Behind the glittering, ultrarich facade is an ultraruthless world of drugs, payoffs, and dirty deals. A world of dissolute playboys and crooked horse-dealers, of royalty and rabble, of rivals and enemies. An obscenely wealthy world where anything can be had for a price - including a life." And in that world stalks a killer who will lead Estes down a dark, twisted trail of decadence and deceit, mayhem and murder - from the gilded life of Palm Beach to the darkest corners of the Florida swamps, to a final showdown that could cost her everything. A race against time and evil. A race in which Estes is the dark horse...and no one is betting on her to win.
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For Elena Estes, risk taking was part of being a cop. But once, she pushed the boundaries too far, and, as a consequence, a fellow cop lost his life, and Elena lost her job in the narcotics division of the Miami P.D. Now, laying low in a remote Florida county, she can't resist the temptation to get back in the game. But when the opportunity comes, she discovers that she has been dragged back into a world where playboys and gamblers play for very high stakes....
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The professional horse world, as seen through Hoag's eyes, is full of intrigue, glitter and skullduggery. Elena Estes is a former cop whose bravado on the force resulted in a colleague's death; it also cost her her job and her self-esteem, not to mention the psychological and physical fallout from nearly being shot. She's been keeping a low profile at a friend's Florida ranch, but her world is disrupted when 12-year-old Molly Seabright, wise beyond her years, attempts to hire Elena to find her older sister, Erin, who has been missing for two days. As Elena digs deeper into Erin's disappearance, the dark side of the horse-show set is revealed. Hoag (Night Sins; Dust to Dust), herself an experienced equestrian, shows off her dressage-to-showing knowledge of the sport as she weaves behind-the-scenes tidbits about the training, competitions, horse brokers and grooms into a plot that gallops along. Though she is a master of suspense, the story falters when a major secret about the kidnapping is exposed. There are too many bad guys who may be in on the scheme, and readers will feel cheated by the improbable 11th-hour revelation. It's too bad Hoag felt the need to undercut her plot with schemes and counterschemes, since she finds plenty of tension in the equestrian world she examines here and doesn't need the contrivance. Nonetheless, she has enough skill and drawing power to propel this, her 10th book, onto bestseller lists. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
Library Journal
Elena Estes leaves the Palm Beach County sheriff's office in disgrace after causing the death of a fellow copand gallops straight into trouble at an international riding competition in Florida's horse country. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
From the Publisher
“With its hard-boiled view of equine society, Dark Horse helps fill the gap made in crime fiction by the retirement of jockey-turned-author Dick Francis.”—Wall Street Journal
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780553528237
  • Publisher: Random House Audio Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 8/27/2002
  • Series: Elena Estes Series , #1
  • Format: CD
  • Edition description: Abridged, 5 CDs, 5 hrs. 15 min.
  • Product dimensions: 5.67 (w) x 4.92 (h) x 0.98 (d)

Meet the Author

Tami Hoag

Tami Hoag's novels have appeared regularly on national bestseller lists since the publication of her first book in 1988. She lives in Los Angeles.

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THE DIRECTOR

ACT ONE
[FADE IN: EXTERIOR: PALM BEACH
EQUESTRIAN CENTER--SUNSET]

Flat, open fields of scrub stretching to the west. A dirt road running north onto equestrian center property and south toward small horse farms some distance away. No one around.The fields are empty. No people, no horses. Sunday night: everyone has gone home.

ERIN stands at the back gate. She’s waiting for someone. She’s nervous. She thinks she’s here for a secret purpose. She thinks her life will change tonight.

It will.

She looks at her watch. Impatient. Afraid he won’t show. She’s not aware of the camera filming her. She thinks she’s alone.

She’s thinking: maybe he won’t come, maybe she’s wrong about him.

A rusted white van approaches from the south. She watches it come toward her. She looks annoyed. No one uses this back road this time of day.The gate to the show grounds has already been chained shut for the night.

The van stops.The side door opens. A masked ASSAILANT leapsout.

ERIN
No!

She starts to run toward the gate.He catches her arm from behind and spins her around. She kicks him. He backhands her across the face, knocking her sideways. She wrenches free of his grasp as she stumbles, and she tries to run again but can’t get her feet under her.The assailant knocks her down from behind, coming down on top of her, his knee in her back.

ASSAILANT
Stupid cunt!

He pulls a hypodermic needle from the pocket of his jacket and rams the needle into her arm. She makes a sound of pain and starts to cry.

He pulls herto her feet and shoves her into the van.The door slams shut.The van turns around and drives away.

Life changes in a heartbeat.
[FADE OUT]


Chapter 1

ELENA

Life can change in a heartbeat. I’ve always known that. I’ve lived the truth of that statement literally from the day I was born. I sometimes see those moments coming, sense them, anticipate them. I see one coming now. Adrenaline runs through my bloodstream like rocket fuel. My heart pounds like a piston. I’m ready to launch.

I’ve been told to stay put, to wait, but I know that’s not the right decision. If I go in first, if I go in now, I’ve got the Golam brothers dead-bang.They think they know me.Their guard will be down. I’ve worked this case three months. I know what I’m doing. I know that I’m right. I know the Golam brothers are already twitching. I know I want this bust and deserve it. I know Sikes is here for the show, to put a feather in his cap when the news vans arrive and make the public think they should vote for him in the next election for sheriff.

He stuck me on the side of the trailer and told me to wait. He doesn’t know his ass. He doesn’t even know the side door is the door the brothers use most. While Sikes and Ramirez are watching the front, the brothers are dumping their money into duffel bags and getting ready to bolt out the side. Billy Golam’s 4 X 4 is parked ten feet away, covered in mud. If they run, they’ll take the truck, not the Corvette parked in front.The truck can go off-road.

Sikes is wasting precious time.The Golam brothers have two girls in the trailer with them.This could easily turn into a hostage situation. But if I go in now, while their guard is down . . .

Screw Sikes. I’m going in before these twitches freak. It’s my case. I know what I’m doing. I hit the button on my radio. “This is stupid. They’re going to break for the truck. I’m going in.”

“Goddamnit, Estes--” Sikes.

I click the radio off and drop it into the weeds growing beside the trailer. It’s my case. It’s my bust. I know what I’m doing.

I go to the side door and knock the way all the Golam brothers’ customers knock: two knocks, one knock, two knocks.“Hey, Billy, it’s El. I need some.”

Billy Golam jerks open the door, wild-eyed, high on his own home cooking--crystal meth. He’s breathing hard. He’s got a gun in his hand.

Shit.

The front door explodes inward. One of the girls screams.

Buddy Golam shouts:“Cops!”

Billy Golam swings the .357 up in my face. I suck in my last breath.

He turns abruptly and fires. The sound is deafening and yet I hear someone shout:“Officer down!”

Billy Golam knocks me aside, bolts down the stairs and runs forthe truck.

I scramble to get my feet under me. I pull my weapon. I try to run before I’m upright, stumble and hit the ground with one knee. Gunfire pops at the front of the trailer.The truck engine roars to life.

“Billy!” I scream, running for the truck, my only thought that I can’t let him get away.

The truck lurches forward. I leap at it, grabbing the side mirror with my free hand. One foot hits the running board and skids out from under me. Golam hits the gas hard. He’s shooting out the passenger window, screaming:“Fuck! Fuck! Fuck!”

I try to bring my gun up as the truck hits the pavement and makes a hard left. I’m like a rag doll clinging to the door.

Billy Golam screams like a madman. He looks right at me, mouth wide open, eyes bugging from his head. He cranks the wheel hard left again and kicks the door open as the truck squeals into a U-turn. Horns are honking, tires screeching. I’m hanging in space. I can’t hold on. I hit the pavement and darkness sweeps over me in the form of a three-quarter-ton truck.

Life can change in a heartbeat. In a heartbeat I’m dead.


And then I opened my eyes and felt sick at the knowledge that I was still alive. This was the way I had greeted every day for the past two years. I had relived that memory so many times, it was like replaying a movie over and over and over. No part of it changed, not a word, not an image. I wouldn’t allow it.

I lay in the bed and thought about slitting my wrists. Not in an abstract way. Specifically. I looked at my wrists in the soft lamplight--delicate, as fine-boned as the wing of a bird, skin as thin as tissue, blue-lined with veins--and thought about how I would do it. I looked at those thin blue lines and thought of them as lines of demarcation. Guidelines. Cut here. I pictured the needle-nose point of a boning knife. The lamplight would catch on the blade. Blood would rise to the surface in its wake as the blade skated along the vein. Red. My favorite color.

The image didn’t frighten me. That truth frightened me most of all.

I looked at the clock. 4:38 A.M. Rise and whine. I’d had my usual fitful four and a half hours of sleep. Trying for more was an exercise in futility.

Trembling, I forced my legs over the edge of the bed and got up, pulling a deep blue chenille throw around my shoulders. The fabric was soft, luxurious, warm. I made special note of the sensations. You’re always more intensely alive the closer you come to looking death in the face.

I wondered if Hector Ramirez had realized that the split second before I got him killed.
I wondered that every day.
I dropped the throw and went into the bathroom.

“Good morning, Elena. You look like shit.”

Too thin. Hair a wild black tangle. Eyes too large, too dark, as if there was nothing within to shine outward. The crux of my problem: lack of substance. There was---is--a vague asymmetry to my face, like a porcelain vase that has been broken, then painstakingly restored. The same vase it was before, and yet not the same. The same face I was born with, yet not the same. Slightly skewed and strangely expressionless. I was beautiful once.

I reached for a comb on the counter, knocked it to the floor, grabbed a brush instead. Start at the bottom, work upward. Like combing a horse’s tail. Work the knots out gently. But I had already tired of looking at myself. Anger and resentment bubbled up through me, and I tore the brush through the hair, shoving the snarls together and tangling the brush in the midst of the mess. I tried maybe forty-five seconds to extricate the thing, yanking at the brush, tearing at the hair above the snarl, not caring that I was pulling hairs out of my head by the roots. I swore aloud, swatted at my image in the mirror, swept the tumbler and soap dish off the counter in a tantrum, and they smashed on the tile floor. Then I jerked open a drawer in the vanity and pulled out a scissors.

Furious, shaking, breathing hard, I cut the brush free. It dropped to the floor with a mass of black hair wrapped around it. The pressure in my chest eased. Numbness trickled down through me like rain. Calm.

Without emotion, I proceeded to hack away at the rest of my mane, cutting it boy-short in ten minutes. The end result was ragged, with a finger-in-the-light-socket quality. Still, I’d seen worse in Vogue.

I swept up the mess---the discarded hair, the broken glass--tossed it in the trash and walked out of the room.

I’d worn my hair long as long as I could remember.


From the Audio Cassette (Unabridged) edition.

Copyright 2002 by Tami Hoag
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2007

    A reviewer

    i spent one day flipping through this gripping page turner.the unmentionable romance, the twists in the plot, they keep you wondering till the very last page. 569645 thumbs up

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 14, 2008

    A Really Good Read

    I usually don't read mysteries. Ever. I picked this up because of the tie-in to the horse world. It was captivating and held my interest page after page. I usually "speed read" and skip the unimportant trivial words in some novels but I loved Tami Hoag's style of writing so much, I read every single word. I found myself sneaking in time to read more of the book when I should have been doing other things! Just couldn't put it down! I highly recommend.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2006

    By far... the best ever

    This is by far the best story I have read by Tami Hoag. The main character had such a personality that will forever be memorable, she should write a series about Elana Estes. A recommended read for everyone.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2005

    Excellent reading

    As a Tami Hoag fan, I was thrilled by this book. It follows the equestrian life closely and gives wonderful insight into that world. The plot was good and the characters even better. The main character is someone that I would like to read more about. Don't miss this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2004

    Not a book to love

    This was my first book by her and I was so looking forward to it But I have to say that I was disappointed greatly The plot kept repeating itself over and over and there were so many bad people and then a quick final twist that left you thinking what?? It could have been a good short story but to waste all that time reading a book that just doesnt draw you in was a disappointment I will read another and give her another try but couldnt recommend this one

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2014

    Dark horse

    Hope the book is as good as the song!!!!!!!!

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  • Posted February 8, 2014

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    Dark Horse - Won't Be My Last Hoag Read This review first appea

    Dark Horse - Won't Be My Last Hoag Read

    This review first appeared at Chorley Chronicals!!

    This was my first read by Tami Hoag, and I must say that I wasn't disappointed, so I certainly will pick up more by her in the future.  This was book 1 in the Elena Estes series, and I absolutely will (at some time) seek out book 2 to read! 




    The narrator does an excellent job of not only bringing the characters to life, but also distinguishing the characters throughout the book.  There were quite a few characters to keep up with, but I thought that Beth McDonald did a great job of helping me distinguish which character was which while she was reading.  I wouldn't hesitate to listen to another audio book narrated by Beth McDonald!




    My favorite type of character is a strong, independent female, and I found just that in Elena Estes. That was probably one of my favorite things about this book, Elena's character and her ruthlessness and brutal honesty!  I also couldn't help but fall in love with Molly Seabright, and have nothing but utter dismay and disgust at her mother and step-father! 




    Dark Horse did a great job of making me feel the emotions of the story that I was reading, although it felt like the story did drag on a bit at times, which is why I only gave this book 3 of 5 bookworms!  The plot was suspenseful and was initially difficult to figure out the kidnapper was!  I did enjoy the extra "drama" included throughout the story!  I heard many people complain that they didn't care for all of the horse talk and reference throughout the book, but that didn't bother me a bit, but then again, I love horses!  I just thought it was fitting, giving the kidnapping took place at a pretty prominent stable! 




    Overall, other than the story seeming to move a little slower than I would have liked, I don't have any complaints about Dark Horse and will absolutely eventually get around to reading The Alibi Man, Book 2 in the Elena Estes series, mainly because I loved Elena so much!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2014

    PART THREE

    Two more hours passed and jack returned with a small peice of meat in his hand. I glared at him. "If its gonna change me in any way im not eating it." He chuckled and put in inside. "Its fine. Its just dinner. My parents wont be home today. They have to do something at work upstate. So its just you and me." I looked away. This wasnt going well at all. <p> once he left. I took a bite. It was warm chicken. I kept eating untill it was gone. I felt better-less empty. I sighed and spotted a small peice of cloth, a cotten ball, and penny. I layed my head on the cotten ball and wrapped myself in the cloth. I herd jack come in and wrapped myself tighter in the cloth. He opened the cage and plucked me out. Putting the cloth back in. He put me on the bed and held me there. I didnt even try to escape. I knew i wouldnt make it. He pulled out a small red collar-like object from his pocket. "This is for you untill you grow an inch. Then ill replace it with a blue one." He linked a small chain on it and straped it around me waist so I bit him. He didnt even wince. He finished and chained me to a cage bar as he shoved me back inside. I yanked and yanked but it wouldnt budge. I soon managed to grab the cloth and curl up under it. Jack layed on the bed and turned the light out. <p> i drifted off. To be continued.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2013

    I love this booj

    :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2013

    APPRENTICES DEN

    APPRENTICES DEN

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2013

    Seen the movie

    In the movie after you think things are going to go right they go wrong again. I dunno. Mabey the book is diffrrent.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2013

    ~Sagekit~

    Sagekit is the guardian of WispClan; this means she walks in the leader's and medicine cat's dreams in order to warn them; she makes sure all the kits are unharmed.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2013

    Twilightdove

    Name: Twilightdove
    Gender: Female
    Age: 26 moons
    Build: Slender, flexible, long-legged, and fast
    Pelt: Pale gray, tinged with ice blue, and fluffy
    Eyes: Amber, flecked with gold
    Personality: Quiet and shy, never really stands out in a crowd, gives very good advice, loyal friend, good secret-keeper, extremely trustworthy, kind, sweet, lovable, and a peacekeeper
    Mate: None
    Crush: None
    Kits: None
    Family: Dead
    History: Swore she would never talk about it
    Other: Nothing unless I think of something else

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2013

    Dovekit

    Adoupted farther- fireclaw......white shekit with black and ginger daples.....misty gray eyes..........name- dovekit............theme song- Sober by unknown artist.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2013

    Flowersong

    Name*facepalm* if you cant see the Headlines its Flowersong.
    Age: 24 moons
    Description: Pretty white shecat with bright green eyes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2013

    Clay

    You love my owner..his names Hunter..you will never feel alone again..he will fix you up..hes nice..please come with me to stable res 1..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2013

    Ebook quality

    This ebook looks like a poor quality scan. DO Not BUY the ebook format. I'm requesting a credit.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2012

    CANT OPEN THIS BOOK

    I AM SO MAD IT SEEMED LIKR A REALY GOOD BOOK+I LPVE HORSES SO MUCH -sorry for the capitalization ;)

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  • Posted May 4, 2011

    Corny, corny and corny

    Could not stop laughing. Took few month to finish up

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2010

    Can't put it down!

    This is my favorite Tami Hoag book!

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