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Comments for Turn Left at the Cow
Turn Left at the Cow: 04/25/14
Turn Left at the Cow by Lisa Bullard is a young adult contemporary fiction. Trav has come from California to his Grandmother's in rural Minnesota. He's heard stories about his long dead father and now it looks like he's right in the middle of things.
Shortly after Trav's arrival, money from a robbery his father was supposedly part of surfaces. Suspicion turns to Trav, being the newcomer and the son, but it's really the Grandmother who is the likely person to have the money.
Things quickly spiral out of control as the town craves answers about the long missing money. The plot and pacing remind me heavily of The Bootlegger's Secret by Michael Springer, which I frankly enjoyed more than Turn Left at the Cow.
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