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Smokescreen Edward Lincoln Is A Worldwide Celebrity Who Plays Detectives On The Big Screen But When His Godmother Asks Him To Investigate Her Racehorses In South Africa, He S Out Of His Depth Soon Enough, He S Plunged Into A Plot Of Gold, Greed, And Gilded Lives That Forces Him To Uncover A Killer And Give A Bravura Performance He Ll Never Give Again

About the Author: Dick Francis

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10 thoughts on “Smokescreen

  1. says:

    This novel is a bit unique in that the main character, Edward Lincoln, doesn t fit the usual mold of a Dick Francis protagonist Almost always these men live alone and within themselves They are taciturn, but steely and determined When challenged, they always rise to the occasion They almost always have a close association with the world of horse racing, and often, they have been in relationships wit

  2. says:

    My first Dick Francis novel I had avoided him for many years because he is always described as that guy who writes about horse racing That s misleading In this case at least the racing provides the initial plot point and some color, but isn t the focus A wealthy old woman, recently diagnosed with a fatal illness, wants to find out why her horses are suddenly performing so poorly she wants to resolve t

  3. says:

    One of my favorite books by Dick Francis.I have always preferred his earlier work.An invitation to visit South Africa during the apartheid era provided Francis with the material for this book.He takes the reader inside a gold mine and describes its workings in fascinating detail.Francis also visited the Kruger National Park which becomes the scene for a memorable climax.

  4. says:

    I don t really read Dick Francis for his cleverly build mysteries the plot and the identity of the villain is usually given away very early in the narrative I m also not really looking for originality Almost all of his main characters are variations of one archetype the tall, quiet professional with an iron will and a hidden weakness His villains are similarly predictable egomaniac bullies with a penchant

  5. says:

    To me reading Dick Francis is like eating comfort food It s nothing fancy, but I know I m going to love the experience Francis protagonists are everyman thrown into unusual circumstances, who always find a way to win This one was no different Our hero, Edward Lincoln, sees himself as a regular guy who happens to make a living as a action movie actor He is content with his low key homelife with his wife and

  6. says:

    A nice comfortable and not overly horsified mystery novel.

  7. says:

    As always, Francis captured my attention from the very first page This book is a little different for two reasons First, our hero Link is a famous actor, although he has a background in horse racing since he father was a head lad for many years And secondly, Link is asked by a friend to investigate why the horses she inherited from her sister and now racing in South Africa are all doing poorly But what s the sa

  8. says:

    A Dick Francis book set in South Africa, written in 1972 Like many of his books, sets off at a sprint and does not draw breath until the end Great stuff.

  9. says:

    This is a terrific entry in the Dick Francis series Unlike many of Francis heroes, Edward Lincoln has few internal conflicts He is successful, world famous, and happily married, with only a handicapped but beloved child to cloud his horizons Nonetheless, the trial he lives through at the book s climax will make you happy you re not him Parts of the book seem to dawdle too much over irrelevant color descriptions of

  10. says:

    Dick Francis delivers again This time, the setting is exotic South Africa, and the lead is a likable, down to earth action film star The usual Francis tropes make their appearancesmost notably the protracted battle between man and nature And of course, there is the male lead with an unusual ability to interpret data to reach reliable conclusions though I suppose every good mystery needs someone with such an ability A

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