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Under Orders Sadly, Death At The Races Is Not Uncommon However, Three In A Single Afternoon Was Sufficiently Unusual To Raise Than One Eyebrow It S The Third Death On Cheltenham Gold Cup Day That Really Troubles Super Sleuth Sid Halley Last Seen In S Come To Grief, Former Champion Jockey Halley Knows The Perils Of Racing All Too Well But In His Day, Jockeys Didn T Usually Reach The Finishing Line With Three Rounds In The Chest But This Is Precisely How He Finds Jockey Huw Walker Who, Only A Few Hours Earlier, Had Won The Coveted Triumph Hurdle Just Moments Before The Gruesome Discovery, Halley Had Been Called Upon By Lord Enstone To Make Discreet Inquiries Into Why His Horses Appeared To Be On A Permanent Losing Streak Are Races Being Fixed Are Bookies Taking A Cut And If So, Are Trainers And Jockeys Playing A Dangerous Game With Stakes Far Higher Than They Are Realistic Halley S Quest For Answers Draws Him Even Deeper Into The Darker Side Of The Race Game, In A Life Or Death Power Play That Will Push Him To His Very Limits Both Professionally And Personally

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 “Under Orders

  1. says:

    A gentle meeting with an old friend I adore Sid Halley.Unfortunately, I think one can tell this was written after the death of his wife So sad.

  2. says:

    It s been awhile since I ve read a Dick Francis novel and Under Orders included everything that I ve always loved about his writing Sid Halley is a great hero though not in the usual sense of the term Solid, smart and with a fair amount of guts , he works methodically through his cases The fact that he s a former jockey former because of a life changing injury brings an insi

  3. says:

    I learned a few weeks ago that Dick Francis had written a fourth Sid Halley novel in 2006 I rushed to the library and found a nice large print version I am sorry to say that it was not up to the standard set by the earlier three, perhaps because Francis appears to have been writing it either during or just after his wife s last illness The plot and climax were a bit far fetched the n

  4. says:

    The least of the Halley s I ve read, which makes it merely excellent Francis may not be at his best here, but he s still damn good.Sid Halley was the only Francis protagonist to make it past two books, and really the only one who should have His other leads are very good, but Halley was the only one among the walking wounded, who really had progress to make The other heroes must overcome situ

  5. says:

    I love Dick Francis I really do I think I ve read nearly all of his books Why Because he s a British guy who always writes about horses and mysteries How can it get any better This newest audiobook by Francis is about Sid Halley, the likable ex steeple horse jockey turned private investigator Halley is a respectable gentleman who always solves the crime This time his lovely girlfriend is threatened, b

  6. says:

    Back in England with my good friend Sid Halley Sid is one of my favorite investigators Strong, flawed, and unfailing honest This time Sid is digging into the world of online gambling and the death of a jockey He s got a new love interest, and I think this one is for keeps Finally Sid has so much bad crap happen to him that it s exciting to see him happy We get the usual band of characters in this one, and dece

  7. says:

    Audio book read by Martin Jarvis3.5 Opening lines Sadly, death at the races is not uncommon However, three in a single afternoon was sufficiently unusual to raisethan an eyebrow That only one of the deaths was of a horse wasthan enough to bring the local constabulary hotfoot to the track.Sid Halley is a former steeplechase jockey turned detective following an accident which cost him his left hand He and his former fath

  8. says:

    I didn t really enjoy this book very much I am an avid Dick Francis fan and have been for decades, and I regularly re read his books I adored all the earlier Sid Halley books, and thought that the finish in Come to Grief was the perfect ending for him This book feels to me as though it were written by someone who had been told about the earlier books but had never read them Charles Rowland spelled Roland in earlier books has ha

  9. says:

    Dick Francis novels are always enjoyable but not so memorable The victims are bad, the protagonists are clever and the horses are fast Except for the horses who are slow Sid Halley appears in several Dick Francis stories He is a former jockey who lost a hand in a racing accident Having to retire he became a private investigator specializing in horse racing issues In Under Orders Sid investigates the murder of a jockey and finds all kind

  10. says:

    For pretty much as long as I can remember, Dick Francis books have been around, in every new and used bookstore or library the unmistakeable design of the US hardcover editions features brightly colored covers, with a stylized horse or horses on the front, because every book includes horses set in the world of horse racing, or horse breeding, or someone has a valuable horse that is in danger in short, horses abound And that s OK, because Mr Fran

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