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Susan Richards
Susan Richards was born December 12, 1949 in New York City and was raised in Rye, NY. When Richards was five, her mother, Marguerite Richards, died of leukemia, and her father, Peter Richards, abandoned Richards and her older brother, Lloyd. Richards and show more

Susan Richards was born December 12, 1949 in New York City and was raised in Rye, NY. When Richards was five, her mother, Marguerite Richards, died of leukemia, and her father, Peter Richards, abandoned Richards and her older brother, Lloyd. Richards and
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A Rep Reading
A Rep Reading rated it 6 years ago
Honest, courageous memoir. I really enjoyed this book.
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it 6 years ago
If you are an animal lover, this book is going to make you cry...real tears. People issues don't bring me to tears since a good portion of issues are self inflicted so I just say get over it but when an animal is hurt by uncaring (or vicious) humans, that's a different story. Most animals haven't...
Goat Heads and Sand Burrs, P. Kirby's Reading Blog
Is it just me, or are Friesians now the only horses who are allowed in movies or to grace book covers? The titular horse in Chosen by a Horse is a Standardbred. The horse on the cover, though lovely with its long mane and forelock, is a Friesian. (Or maybe a very dark Andalusian, it's hard to tell....
Sharon E. Cathcart
Sharon E. Cathcart rated it 9 years ago
Susan Richards' "Saddled" is about more than horse ownership. It's about love, addiction and recovery as well.Richards writes honestly about the abusive relationships she endured and about her alcoholism. Until she meets a Morgan mare named Georgia, Richards spends all of her time drinking. She s...
A Rep Reading
A Rep Reading rated it 9 years ago
A return visit with Susan Richards in her new book, Saddled, due in May. A relentlessly honest memoir of her journey out of alcoholism, her painful childhood, and the life vest that she grabbed to pull her out of her pain, a horse named Georgia. Not at all dark or self-indulgent amidst all this dysf...
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