Gail McCarthy has turned fifty, and is considering resuming her career as a horse veterinarian. Life interrupts her plans when she embarks on a solitary ride and finds a fellow equestrian shot dead. Gail's friend Detective Jeri Ward heads up the investigation, and Gail is drawn into the escalating chain of events when a second rider is murdered. She must make sense of this threat to her beloved hills and trails... or she may be the sniper's next victim. Crum's twelve-book series can be compared with Mary O'Hara's beloved My Friend Flicka books for the thoughtful tone, the beauty of her writing about nature and animals, and the philosophical considerations that spring from her stories. As bestselling author Laurie R. King wrote about an earlier Crum book: "Sometimes a mystery is more than simply Whodunit; in Moonblind, the Why of the act is equally compelling, and the story's Where becomes more of a character than merely its setting." Barnstorming is a fitting culmination to the series.
Used availability for Laura Crum's Barnstorming
April 2012 : USA Paperback
September 2013 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition
December 2012 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition