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Felix Francis

Fiction: Suspense and Intrigue; Horse Racing; Stable Fiction

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Titles to Look Out For:
[in by date of publication with each entry dated to earliest edition. Each listing includes later editions and printings]
2007. Dead Heat
2012. Bloodline
About the Author:
Felix Francis is the son of the award winning horse-racing and raceworld based thrillers, Dick Francis

On Amazon:
Francis, Felix. "Bloodline: A Dick Francis Novel", published in 2013 in paperback by Penguin Books, 399pp, ISBN 9780718193171. Condition: Very good, with a very slight touch of rubbing to the cover corners (light handling wear). Price: £3.50, not including post and packing, which is Amazon UK's standard charge (currently £2.80 for UK buyers, more for overseas customers)
2013, Penguin, pbk
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  • Bloodline [top]
    First published (1st Edition) in 2012 in Great Britain by Michael Joseph in hardback, 416pp, ISBN 9780718159344
    First published in 2013 in Great Britain by Penguin in paperback, 399pp, ISBN 9780718193171

Storyline: When Mark Shillingford commentates on a race in which his twin sister Clare, an accomplished and successful jockey, comes in third, he can't help but be suspicious. As a professional race-caller, he knows she should have won. Did she lose on purpose? Was the race fixed? Why on earth would she do something so out of character?

That night, Mark confronts Clare with his suspicions, but she storms off after an explosive argument. It's the last time Mark sees her alive. Hours later, Clare jumps to her death from the balcony of a London hotel . . . or so it seems.

Devastated by her death, and almost overcome with guilt, Mark goes in search of answers. What led Clare to take her own life?

Or was it not suicide at all . . .?

 



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