Faded Love

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Puffin Books, Sep 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 125 pages
5 Reviews
Hank is out to win the heart of his one true love, Miss Beulah the Collie. On the way to her ranch, he meets Rip and Snort who convince him that the smell of dead skunk is an ancient coyote love potion. Thoroughly covered with this unusual perfume, Hank approaches Beulah, and decides to open his heart.

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Review: Faded Love (Hank the Cowdog #5)

User Review  - Jobe - Goodreads

This was fun. Hank the Cowdog will remain one of my favorite series. Good memories from my childhood and nice quick reads for my book challenge this year. ;-) Read full review

Review: Faded Love (Hank the Cowdog #5)

User Review  - Sydney - Goodreads

when hank is on his way to Belulah's house he meets his old friends rip and snort who are coyotes and they convince him that a smell of a stinky and dead scent will make a love potion so Hank goes to Belulah's house with his unusual smell and Belulah doesn't fall in love with Hank. Read full review

Contents

Chapter One The Case
1
Chapter Two The Case Turns
10
Chapter Three On the Road Again
22
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

John Erickson was born in Midland, Texas in 1943. He graduated from the University of Texas in 1966 and studied for two years at Harvard Divinity School. He began to publish short stories while working full-time as a cowboy, farmhand, and ranch manager. In 1982, he started his own publishing company and called it Maverick Books. He is the author of the best-selling "Hank the Cowdog" series. Titles in the series include It's a Dog's Life, Let Sleeping Dogs Lie, The Case of the Kidnapped Collie, The Case of the Saddlehouse Robbery and The Fling. Hank the Cowdog series was the winner of an Audie for Outstanding Children's Series from the Audio Publisher's Association in 1993. He currently resides in Texas.

John R. Erickson and Gerald L. Holmes both live in Perryton, Texas.