eBook Dead Horses download

by Pat Hewitt

eBook Dead Horses download ISBN: 0786705086
Author: Pat Hewitt
Publisher: Carroll & Graf Pub; 1st Carroll & Graf ed edition (June 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 243
ePub: 1165 kb
Fb2: 1704 kb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: azw lit lrf lit
Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Mystery

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Race tracks and breeding farms and the colorful characters they attract offers a rich setting for any mystery. Trading his law career in for one as a horse trainer in the harness-racing circuit, Anthony Whiting becomes the leading trainer a prestigious California race. When horses begin dying, Tony must find out who is trying to ruin him and why-a question that leads him deep into the inner circles of the horse breeding elite.

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Craig Robertson reen. They cut from the studio to a live broadcast on the doorstep of Stewart Street, a grim-looking Alex Shirley reluctantly holding court to a forest of microphones. The station was just a few hundred yards away from the pub and a couple of smart guys slipped out the side door, intent on seeing it for themselves.

Happy in his new life as a leading trainer on the harness-racing circuit, ex-lawyer Anthony Whiting finds his world turned upside down when the horses in his care start dying and a mysterious "accident" convinces him that his own life is in peril
Comments: (3)
As a horse racing nut I found Dead Horses to be great reading. It's the first mystery novel set at a harness race track that I have ever read. I could not figure out who the murderer was until the final pages of the book. It was that well written and thought out.
For a novice or newcomer to horse racing there is a great glossary at the back that will keep you abreast of the racing lingo as you learn the in's and out's of the racing world.
With this being Pat Hewitt's first novel I hope and look forward to reading the second one. She has the style to be the Dick Francis of harness racing.
I greatly enjoyed "Dead Horses", and was impressed by the quality of the writing, the inventiveness of the story line, and the author's life-long familiarity with the world of trotting race horses. My only regret is that I couldn't put the book down, and thus finished it too quickly! It left me wanting more...
You don't have to know about horses to enjoy this book. For those who do, the story has the ring of truth plus the thrill of a good mystery tale, reminding me not a little of the stories by racing mystery writer Dick Francis.
I hope that "Dead Horses" is the first of many stories published by Pat Hewitt.
a top notch mystery as well as a close look into the world of harness racing. easy to get into and difficult to put down. dick francis fans will find this a great follow-up!