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Francis was already a celebrity in British sporting circles. What had started as a simple plan to stimulate sales of the Dick Francis backlist was beginning to have a separate life. His works have been translated into languages around the world. I'd like to know if anyone is actually reading them. What great stories they were — what fantastic adventures. The hero is personable, like able, non-violent but delivering swift justice with his mind rather than through physical means. Tony and McGregor join forces to discover who is responsible for the theft and fraud.
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He There is intrigue and suspense in this novel set in the world of horse racing. Dick at Sandown on Freddy Fox. Almost as soon as Cleveland arrives in Norway, however, it becomes very clear that someone doesn't want him poking around, and the deeper he digs, the more dangerous things become. Slay Ride by Dick Francis. Conversation over the breakfast table in the Francis household was more likely to be about how much explosive was needed to destroy a light aircraft than who was doing the school run.
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The finale was interesting, but hardly gripping. How did your childhood experience influence your attitude to money? Slay Ride takes place in Norway and is about a missing English jockey who stole a large amount of money from a Norwegian racing club. The heroes aren't always horse jockies, they can be film producers, or involve heroes engaged in peripheral professions that somehow always touch the horse racing world. We've noticed you're adblocking. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Other Details:Condition : Acceptable.
An investigator for England's Jockey Club brings the venue of this suspense novel to Norway. Second Wind UK hardback first edition, first impression, Michael Jopseph, London A fine unread book in fine unclipped dustwrapper The book has no names or inscriptions or stamps etc. His collarbone was broken 12 times, his nose five times, his skull once, his wrist once, and his ribs too many times to notice. Oct 14, Scott rated it really liked it. But when the dinghy is hit by a speedboat and Cleveland almost drowns, he realizes that there is more to this case than some missing money - especially when a dead body turns up. Lots of great Norweigan characters and description of the country.