Bestselling author and dressage rider Tami Hoag spent the winter show season sequestered at her home in Wellington, foregoing interaction with real people in favor of her own fictional characters. Hoag’s new novel, “The 9th Girl,” was released June 18.
The book features several characters named after real people who won the honor in charity auctions, including fundraisers for the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation and the American Heart Association. She said integrating the auction winners into her book was not as difficult as foregoing riding.
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