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Wild Horses Once A Blacksmith, Now Famous And Respected As A Newspaperman, Valentine Clark Knows Everyone Who Is Anyone In The Racing World Aged, Confused, Blind And Dying, He Harbors A Daunting Secret That He Is Desperate To Be Rid Of He Makes His Last Confession To His Visiting Film Director Friend, Thomas Lyon, Whom In His Delirium He Mistakes For A Priest Unburdened And As Peace, Valentine Passes Away, Yet His Legacy Remains, Guarded By Thomas On Location In Newmarket, Thomas Is Troubled By The Old Man S Secret Seeking To Understand This Puzzling Revelation, He Uncovers A Long Unsolved Mystery That He Soon Finds Is Very Much Unforgotten But As Much As He Wants To Learn , It Seems He Already Knows Too Much Imaginative And Decisive Though He May Be, He Will Need Superhuman Courage And Extreme Cunning To Stay Alive

About the Author: Dick Francis

Dick Francis CBE born Richard Stanley Francis was a popular British horse racing crime writer and retired jockey.Dick Francis worked on his books with his wife, Mary, before her death Dick considered his wife to be his co writer as he is quoted in the book, The Dick Francis Companion , released in 2003 Mary and I worked as a team I have often said that I would have been happy to have both our names on the cover Mary s family always called me Richard due to having another Dick in the family I am Richard, Mary was Mary, and Dick Francis was the two of us together Series Sid Halley Mystery Kit Fielding Mystery

10 thoughts on “Wild Horses

  1. says:

    Oh, boy This book Where to start Wild Horses is the first recognisably modern Dick Francis that I ve read the characters have mobile phones and reference Prozac , which honestly caused a bit of cognitive dissonance for me I can deal with Francis s stoical male protagonists and flimsy love interests when it s the 70s, but it all gets a bit uncomfortable when it

  2. says:

    Another exciting and fast paced racing related mystery from Francis Wild Horses takes us to the world of film making where our hero Thomas Lyon is directing a film based on a book based on a 26 year old unsolved murder in the racing world Thomas is having problems with the writer who feels his story has been changed too much and soon also finds the film and hims

  3. says:

    Another easy to read Dick Francis mystery, but a long way short of his best work I wasn t overly convinced by the movie making setting that provided the background to the novel In my opinion, it padded the storyline needlessly The big red editors pen could easily have gone through much of it, including in particular, the dream sequences and the purchase of viking

  4. says:

    As with all Dick Francis thrillers, this book did not disappoint So many authors over use violence, making it commonplace Francis has always been able to bring a few violent acts down to a point that is personel, and scary The reader is never numb to the pain and terror of even small injuries I suppose Francis had enough run ins with injuries as a jockey to give him

  5. says:

    I have devoured many a Dick Francis novel in my life, but I was very surprised and turned off by the twisted nature in the solving of the mystery I ve loved almost all of the Francis novels I ve read, and liked the rest However, this one left a bad taste in my mouth It was a bit too deviant for me I also felt that all the connections were a bit too convenient Everyone

  6. says:

    1 Jan 199815 Sep 2016Yet another female victim dead for the thinnest of reasons ever, that is to say, a starting point for the plot And the victim is a young woman who owns her sexuality And the hero once again falls for an inappropriately young woman in a creepy way And another woman is mocked for her feminism I love it despite all those issues It does evoke movie maki

  7. says:

    Dick Francis books always good but I don t think this is one of his best.

  8. says:

    Wild Horses is one of my favourite Dick Francis novels I had not read it in a long time, and was a bit afraid that I wouldn t enjoy it as much now as I did as a teen, but I was pleasantly surprised This novel deals with the world of horse racing as all or nearly all Dick Francis s novels do but also with film making The narrator, Thomas Lyon, is an ex amateur jockey turned

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    As usual with a Dick Francis I found it very difficult to out this book down, and I don t remember reading it before The main character and narrator Thomas Lyon is a caring and yet forceful character as he is e director of a film about a death that happened over 20 years ago He is also helping to support his old friend Valentine at the end of his life and finds outthan he bar

  10. says:

    If you ever thought it was easy to make a movie, this book tells the inside scoop about all the little details that go on Why all the credits at the ends of movies This book is full of information about all those titles A movie maker is telling the 26 year old story of a suspected suicide However, he uncovers some information that make it questionable whether this was a suicide

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