Dick francis review
15 Feb Alison Flood: 'Chick lit for men' they may have been, but Francis's novels provided me with an exhilarating glimpse of another world.
Review: Silks by Dick Francis and Felix Francis. The pace is slowed by the hamfisted inclusion of barely digested chunks of information about the English legal.
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Start by marking “Flying Finish” as Want to Read: In this Dick Francis novel the protagonist is an amateur jockey. Dick Francis CBE (born Richard Stanley Francis) was a popular British horse racing crime writer and retired jockey.
Description:My mother, however, described them as "chick lit for men" and I think that's a fair summing-up. As early as Nerve , he gives us a hero at ease with a mother whose first allegiance is to her career as a world-class musician: Rob thinks it through, visualising the anatomy of a harness hook. Dec 26, John Marsh rated it it was amazing This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.