Outfoxed (Sister Jane Foxhunting Series #1)

Outfoxed (Sister Jane Foxhunting Series #1)

by Rita Mae Brown
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Outfoxed (Foxhunting Series #1) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the first in a series of mysteries that take place in modern day Virginia fox hunting country. The lead character, Sister Jane Arnold is master of foxhounds for the Jefferson Hunt and a wonderful, strong older lady. The picture of the traditional, formal hunting world is wonderful, and the added fantasy of the hounds and foxes conversing with each other adds to the charm. They mysteries are good, well plotted and peopled too. Highly recommended just for the fun of it, but if you are at all horsey, you will adore the whole series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A truly great read for mystery, animal, and equestrian-sports lovers. The animals' point of view adds a wonderful depth and dimension to the story, and the mystery is unguessable right until the murderer is revealed. One of those rare novels that can be read over and over for the sheer enjoyment of it.
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Takes shadowkit and hawkkit to hah res one
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Lays Orionkit and Stormkit in a nest then pads off to find mischivous Dreamkit and Cloudkit.|•|~Wish~|•|
Guest More than 1 year ago
A truly intriguing relation of fox hunting in Virginia with a murder to add to the mix. This book is quite relevatory on fox hunting's history and traditions as well as the continued enmeshing of humans in the idea that we're superior beings when we seem to fall subject to behavior not tolerated by the foxes and hounds to whom Ms. Brown so eloquently gives speech. A quick and delightful enjoyment, this book gave me several hours of great pleasure.