The Dick Francis Companion

The Dick Francis Companion

The Complete Guide to Beloved Mysteries of Dick Francis

Book - 2003
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Penguin Putnam
When former jockey Dick Francis turned to writing, his novels were a success right out of the gate. Now readers can learn more about his suspenseful stories and the fascinating worlds in which they take place-not only horse racing, but many others, from flying to filmmaking, from gemstones to glassblowing. Meet the man who has won three Edgar Allen Poe Awards, the title of Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master, fellowship in the Royal Society of Literature, and Malice Domestic's Lifetime Achievement Award-and add to your reading pleasure with:

? Book-by-book synopses, little-known facts, and quotes
? Francis's stable of memorable characters-from Sid Halley to Mr. Kitchens to Professor Guggenheim
? The "beautiful, marvelous creatures" who run through his novels-from Admiral in Dead Cert to Zingaloo in Whip Hand
? Websites on horseracing, the many novels, and the author himself


Baker & Taylor
A comprehensive, A-to-Z reference on the works of the award-winning mystery writer provides quotes, little-known facts, and book-by-book sysnoses; information on the memorable characters of Francis's novels; and facts about the author, his early career as a jockey, horseracing, and more. Original.

Baker
& Taylor

An alphabetically arranged reference on the works of the popular mystery writer provides quotations, little-known facts, plot summaries, and character profiles.

Publisher: New York, NY : Berkley, c2003
ISBN: 9780425181874
0425181871
Characteristics: 210 p ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: James, Dean

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