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The third book in the Saddle Island series.
From the author of the widely successful Mustang Mountain series comes a third adventure in the new and exciting Saddle Island series.
Set on the wild and windswept landscape of Nova Scotia's eastern shore, Race to the Rescue finds heroine Kelsie MacKay receiving an urgent phone call. She is asked to rescue a racehorse named Gem, a beautiful three-year-old filly. Kelsie and her brother Andy have started school in Dark Cove, and -- if they can get their dad to like the place or can find him a job -- it looks like they might actually get to live in Nova Scotia permanently. Meanwhile, there's a stranger lurking on Saddle Island, someone who visits the horses when nobody else is around. He seems to take a special interest in Gem. And there are weird lights out at sea on a dark night.
What's going on? Kelsie and Andy find out -- and solve the mystery.
Sharon Siamon is the highly successful author of many juvenile fiction titles published in North America, England and Scandinavia.
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