Crossfire - Dick Francis and Felix Francis Reviews
Description:ISBN 0241954266 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Dick Francis / 368 Pages / Publisher: Penguin / Released: 21/07/2011 / Captain Thomas Forsyth’s tour of Afghanistan is cut brutally short when he is badly wounded by a roadside bomb. Returning home, to his mother – a racehorse ... more
Crossfire - Dick Francis and Felix Francis ... trainer and the ‘First Lady’ of racing – Tom discovers the training business is on the edge, and facing a threat far more dangerous than a run of bad form. Tom finds himself on a very different, but just as deadly, battlefield where his military skills are tested . . . kill or be killed?
Newest Review: ... than she was ever credited with. A 6-year gap after Mary's death gave credence to this theory, but Francis returned in 2006 ... more
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by - written on 16/11/11 (Very useful, 23 readings)
Seriously wounded by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, and having nowhere else to go after his hospital discharge, Captain Thomas Forsyth returns home to his mother, formidable racehorse trainer Josephine Kauri. It's not exactly a hero's welcome - never the maternal sort, Josephine's hospitality is grudging, to say the least. Tom soon discovers, however, that his not-so-doting mother is up to her neck in trouble and, of course, soon becomes mixed up in it himself and puts himself in the path of danger. Dick Francis, who died last year at the age of 89, was the author of 43 horse racing-related crime novels: his first, Dead Cert, was published in 1962, after he ... Read the complete review
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