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Lenore Mitchell, a Colorado native, is happily ‘infected’ with horse fever and got to know herself and her horses during several thousand miles of competitive trail rides, each sixty miles in length. Combining mystery stories with lots of horses provides a way to entertain readers who enjoy both elements. When not writing or dreaming about horses, she is an amateur botanist member of the Colorado Native Plant Society and teaches Native Plant Master courses for Colorado State University Extension.

THE SERIES

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THE RIVETING NOVELS BY LENORE MITCHELL

Everything Equine Mysteries

Books

REVIEWS for DYING TO RIDE:


...this mystery keeps you on the edge of your seat while you learn about the world of horses and riding. The author's passion for horses is evident on every page! ~ Jan & Charlie T.

interesting and surprising story with strong women characters! Couldn't put it down!
~ Sandy 
 
The characters loved and hated and everything in between. I could smell the barn and the horses. Clues and red herrings strung us along until the very end. Loved the wrap-up!  ~ Don S
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PUBLICATION CREDITS

AWARDS

ARTICLES

NEWS

3rd Place for “Freedom” short story, in the Women Writing the West 2019 LAURA Award Contest. Published in online Laura Journal:

 www.womenwritingthewest.org 

 Previous awards include short stories and articles – Denver Women’s Press Club

3rd Place for partial novel manuscript – Pikes Peak Writers Convention

Western Horseman

 Horse Illustrated

Grit

Colorado Woman’s News

Washington Woman’s News

 Mother & Child

Rocky Mountain News

 

Denver Post

Canyon Courier

 

Littleton Independent

Credits

BIO

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‘‘Suspicious people lurk around every corner in my novels, but my love for horses is no mystery. If you’re hooked on horses too, enjoy the Everything Equine series."

When it comes to this website, I'm very grateful to Davina Andree of Arrowhead Graphics who is knowledgeable and talented!

~ Lenore Mitchell
Bio

EVERYTHING EQUINE

This is possibly my Mother’s fault, although okay, I’ll accept the blame because, well, I did beg until she finally bought the little black and white horse. No, not a real one, but a wonderful statue that came with a removable plastic saddle that went missing long ago. But that statue still decorates one of my bookshelves, where it perches in front of an entire row of books about equines. Beloved stories that solidified my love of horses began with Misty of Chincoteague by Margarite Henry, followed by Walter Farley’s Fury series. And of course, Anna Sewell’s Black Beauty is not to be attempted without a good supply of tissues. Lots of kids, mostly little girls, catch ‘horse fever.’ My daughters and I are happily and incurably infected.
News & Events

Current Events

Both books, Dying to Ride & Wild Ride, are in the Local Authors Display and for sale at Aspen Grove Tattered Cover
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