[Ebook] Flying Finish By Dick Francis – Manifest-money.info

Flying Finish Much To His Snobbish Family S Horror, Henry Grey Takes On The Dirty And Demanding Job Of Transporting Racehorses By Air And When He Discovers That He Is Transporting Something Altogether Different, He Has To Fight To Land With His Life Intact.

10 thoughts on “Flying Finish

  1. says:

    In this Dick Francis novel the protagonist is an amateur jockey However, unlike most of Francis s novels, our hero spends very little time on horseback, and racing constitutes a very minor part of the story Henry Grey is heir to a British

  2. says:

    3.5 stars I m still calibrating my Francis reviews.Henry Grey is an earl s son, but in the sixties, all that means is that he has a manor home that s falling apart, a lot of assumption that he s stuck up and useless, and a few good connections At th

  3. says:

    This is easily the darkest, and probably one of the handful of best Dick Francis What kills me on top, it still has a modern, a relevant feel, even though by now a lot of it is hopelessly dated no mobiles, airports after 9 11, feminism in Italy, noYugoslavia

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Library AudibleMuch to his snobbish family s horror, Henry Grey takes on the dirty and demanding job of transporting racehorses by air He had worked initially in the office of a company han

  5. says:

    Henry Grey is the only son of an earl and he hates it A loner, with a bit of an inferiority complex and a chip on his shoulders, Henry lives his life in boxes He has few friends and is coldly shut off from his family His two pleasures in life are riding as an amateur steeplechas

  6. says:

    I just listened to the Chivers Audio version of this book, narrated by Tony Britton, for the umpteenth time I love the fact that it was written in the mid 1960 s It is classic Dick Francis and exactly what I want in a stress relieving book on tape.

  7. says:

    Dick Francis, a little like Agatha Christie, must be a guilty pleasure An author this prolific and popular must concede something of true quality, right Well, perhaps It s not great literature, but from what I remember from college work, great literature isn t exactly fun What I say here can be sai

  8. says:

    What is there to say about Dick Francis As I think about all of his books yes, this review covers all of his books, and yes I ve read them all I think about a moral ethical hero, steeped in intelligence and goodness embroiled in evil machinations within British horse racing society either directly or indirec

  9. says:

    Finalist 1966 Gold Dagger Award Finalist 1968 Edgar Award for Best Mystery Racing related thrillers Henry Grey, an English duke, becomes bored with his lifestyle and, much to his parents disgust, take a job transporting race horses by air in addition to taking flying lessons and being a horse jockey on weekends When e

  10. says:

    This is an enjoyable Francis novel simply because the character of Gabriella is one of the better Francis heroines It also stands out because the character of Henry goes though a believable character change and arc There are connections in his growth and behavior that Henry doesn t see, but that the reader does The point of the

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