Jim Knighthorse Series 1: Dark Horse - J.R. Rain Reviews
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by - written on 11/04/12 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Since getting my Kindle, I've been introduced to lots of new writers and their works. Some have been real turkeys but amongst the vanity published novels and the dross, there are some real gems to be discovered and Dark Horse definitely falls into that latter category. Synopsis: Jim Knighthorse was an ex-college football player at the start of a promising career in the professional league but an end of season game left him with a gammy leg so now he's working as a private investigator just until his leg gets better and he can return to playing the game he loves, though in his heart of hearts he knows his playing career is over. Jim has been ... Read the complete review
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