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He wasnt called the Sandman for nothing It was true that when he showed up at a facility otherwise-healthy horses mysteriously went to sleep When reading the book Hot Blood by Ken Englade I came to realize how certain individuals greed can lead them to coming together to murder someones champion horses and then to causing the disappearance of the heiress of one of the richest companies in the country the Brach Candy Company I chose to read this book because my mom read it and got me interested in the plot In this completely factual story hit men are hired to electrocute champion horses when they dont perform Hired by even the horse owners themselves in order to collect insurance on the horse a dollar amount far exceeding the money the horse has become worth When picking up this book and starting to read I expected it to hold my attention and stimulate my investigative mind I expected it to teach me about the scandalous crime that had been mainly stationed in Libertyville Illinois not even a half-hour away from where I live involving people my parents and my sisters have met in the barns where their crimes will go down in history This book held my attention so well that I took it with me everywhere I went in the two days it took me to read it Both reading this book and having previous involvement in the horse show circuit kept me baffled that people who seemed to love their horses could then just kill them when they were used up To satisfy the greed the money temporarily alleviates The author of the book included the most specific details such as dates times locations and even the names of the horses Because the lawyer who investigated the case wrote the book it was written in a way that included a lot of previously unknown inside information making me think really
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