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“A Dog’s Life” Kilan, the Baronin’s darling simple-minded riding monster, may be the only witness of The End Of The War. The bad memories of the past come in to infect the present day. And Stinz thought The War was Over. Some of the most amazing — and anatomically and architecturally correct — transformational scenes ever drawn. “This writer knows what she is doing.” The Washington Press Association, upon the presentation of the Communicators of Excellence Award for Fiction. Stinz is the story of a centaur, although he’d prefer it if you called him a Half-horse. Stinz is a big blond stallion, black as night on the hair end, whose excellent animal instincts and fine human brain too often cancel each other out. In a series that follows his life from clumsy colt and accidental soldier to legendary war hero and mayor of his small home town, Stinz never fails to be in the middle of his world’s events. It’s not OUR world, but what difference does that make?