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Front Runner Jefferson Hinkley Is Back In The Newest Dick Francis Thriller By The New York Times Bestselling Author Of Damage In His Role As An Undercover Investigator For The British Horseracing Authority, Jeff Hinkley Is Approached By A Multi Time Champion Jockey To Discuss The Delicate Matter Of Losing Races On Purpose Little Does He Know That The Call Will Set Off A Lethal Chain Of Events, Including The Apparent Suicide Of The Jockey And An Attempt On Hinkley S Own Life Never One To Leave Suspicious Events Alone, Hinkley Begins Investigating The Jockey And The Races He May Have Thrown But There Are Others Out There Who Intend To Prevent His Inquiry From Probing Further At Any Cost

10 thoughts on “Front Runner

  1. says:

    A nerve wracking ride from the starting gate all the way to the wireCome on, Dave, you asked me to come all this way because you had something to tell me that couldn t be said on the phone So here I am Speak to me He concentrated hard on the road ahead and said nothing as the Jaguar s speedometer climbed rapidly past a hundred miles per hour Are you in some sort of trouble I asked, although he c

  2. says:

    One of the most successful continuations of the works of a popular author who has passed away is, IMHO, that of Felix Francis, son of the late Dick Francis I used to love reading the father s tales set in Great Britain s horseracing scene most often steeplechase , and I was very sorry to learn of his death in 2010 at the age of 89 Felix Francis, a physics teacher, helped his father with both research

  3. says:

    3.5 starsI feel it s only fair to point out that I just finished rereading most of Dick Francis books, so the differences between the Dick Francis originals and the newer ones by Felix werepronounced I didn t realize how well Dick Francis could create a character and a scene with so few lines.Nicely convoluted and twisty plot, but I didn t feel that any of the characters except maybe Jeff had any depth vi

  4. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book I know it has dick Francis name on it but I really think Felix should just put his name to it He is a good written in his own right, his father taught him well I had forgotten how much I enjoy the horse racing world Felix does a great job bringing you into the world of horse racing, I just love it.

  5. says:

    Review of Kindle editionPublication date October 13, 2015Publisher G.P Putnam s SonsLanguage EnglishASIN B00USMCDFUThis mildly irritating novel is not up to the standard established by Dick Francis Up until nearly halfway through, I seriously considered abandoning the effort to finish the book My main complaint is that the red herrings are clumsily laid and not very believable I do not insist that fictional investi

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    A solid read by Felix Francis I continue to enjoy his stand alone thrillers This one started off with a bang in typical hero in peril fashion The mystery was decently complex and the characters well developed There was a fun nod to his father near the end of the book view spoiler I did wonder if Jeff recovered too quickly from his major surgery What was he thinking to go scuba diving after only three weeks Seems a bit i

  7. says:

    Felix Francis s second novel featuring BHA investigator Jeff Hinkley fair tears out of the gate, gallops along at high pace, and doesn t let up until it passes the finishing post The sequel to DAMAGE and fore runner to the US set TRIPLE CROWN, it could be read as a standalone and you don t need to have read the prior Hinkley tale to get the most out of this one There s plenty enough salted in to give you a sense of the main

  8. says:

    First Read 07 17 It was enjoyable to read this book while I was just in the hospital My mother got me turned on to Dick Francis many years ago, and I kept the tradition going and really like Felix Francis writing He s a chip off the block I really like him This is book 2 of the Jefferson Hinkley series It was a very interesting and enjoyable book to read Traveling to the Cayman Islands for the Christmas holidays was very delightf

  9. says:

    The saying You can t go home again holds true forthan physical places I ve read most every book written by Dick Francis many of themthan once In addition to loving his earlier works, a particular favorite is Reflex for the craftiness with which Francis imbued a departed professional photographer and the way he envisioned and portrayed the character development of a protagonist jockey What Dick Francis gave us was usually credible char

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    Possibly I was feeling less amenable than usual, but the writing in this book did not seem to me to come up to the level of the previous Felix Francis efforts none of which are up to the level of his father s work I m a Dick Francis fan from way back, and I ve read all the Felix Francis efforts, starting with those he wrote with his father as partner presumably consulting only before he Dick Francis died This book reminds me of the first o

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