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The Piebald Princess

Macdonald Young Books, 1996 (laminated boards), 137 pp.

Macdonald Young Books, 1996, pb.


“Luke Cannon decides to investigate when his friend Princess Katrin disappears suddenly - but he soon
discovers he has problems close to home.  Why should a mysterious stranger want to sleep rough in his
horse’s stable?  And who’s been meddling with the feed rations?  Bit by bit, Luke manages to unravel a
closely kept secret....”


The Chestnut Chase

Macdonald Young Books, 1996 (laminated boards), 119 pp.

Macdonald Young Books, 1996, pb.


“Luke Cannon stumbles across a horse-stealing network.  At first there seems no link between the animals
that go missing - some are ordinary riding ponies, and some are worth millions.  A high-speed car chase
and an unexpected confrontation amongst the deserts of New Mexico provide Luke with answers - and the
toughest of his assignments to date.”


The Black Mare of Devil’s Hill

Macdonald Young Books, 1996 (laminated boards), 115 pp.

Macdonald Young Books, 1996, pb.


“Someone - or something - is determined to disrupt the biggest new showjumping event in the country.  Could
it be that the spirit of a dead horse haunts the show ground?  Or could there be a more earthly explanation?
Luke Cannon, along with his grooms Jake and Kim, plot a trap to find out the truth.”

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Decision Day for the Dapple Grey

Macdonald Young Books, 1996 (laminated boards), 115 pp.

Macdonald Young Books, 1996, pb.


“Luke’s best friend Matt is Olympic material - so what is behind his latest string of defeats?  Luke Cannon’s
groom Kim has seen the horse and rider perform at home, and she knows they are winners.  She resolves
to find a solution to the mystery- but she unwittingly finds herself in the spotlight in more ways than one....”


Luke Cannon Showjumping Mysteries


The Piebald Princess

The Chestnut Chase

The Black Mare of Devil’s Hill

Decision Day for the Dapple Grey