Linda Work, a retired teacher from the Watson Chapel School District, will review the novel, “Ghost Riders,” at First Baptist Church, 6501 S. Hazel St. The event will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, in the church’s Fellowship Hall.

Work is a member of First Baptist Church where she sings in the sanctuary choir, serves on church committees, in Vacation Bible School and Sunday School, according to a news release.

The wife of the late Sam Work, she enjoys reading, traveling and participating in activities with her children and grandchildren, according to the release.

Work will review Mark Felton’s novel, “Ghost Riders: When US and German Soldiers Fought Together to Save the World’s Most Beautiful Horses in the Last Days of World War II,” according to .

The story is set in April 1945.

“So begins Operation Cowboy, the greatest World War story that has never been fully told. GIs will join forces with surrendered German soldiers and liberated prisoners of war to save the world’s finest horses from the ruthless Red Army in an extraordinary battle during the last few days of the war in Europe,” according to .

Following the book review, door prizes and refreshments will be provided. The public is invited to attend.