were dog lovers:
souls who believed in right and wrong in a world of twisted politics
and a society gone mad. They were the last holdouts of American
Dreamers and winners.
As long as they had their dogs,
they had a chance.
As long as they had each other,
they weren’t alone.
In this controversial novel, award-winning author Ron Hevener delivers
to his readers a bold and daring commentary on today's changing
society. At a time when heroes are falling all around us, there
is hope. “Don't be afraid,” he says. “You are
strong. You are great. You are beautiful. The powers that be can
not take away what you love . . . unless you let them.
written.... As a sportswriter covering parimutuel racing for more
than 45 years, I heartily recommend this work of passion for the
-- Saul Durst
Publisher, The Northern Star Magazine
“THIS LONG-OVERDUE dose of truth sets the record straight...Readers
will come away with an understanding that there is a colossal difference
between animal welfare and animal rights.”
-- Kip Keefer
President, Greyhound Racing Association of America