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FREE DOWNLOAD æ INSOLPRO.CO.UK å Dick Francis In the middle of the night two masked men break into Neil Griffon’s home and abduct him He uickly discovers that unless he agrees to their. My edition of this book uotes a review from The Atlantic Monthly indicating that the book is guaranteed to drive the reader to hysterical dithers and jotters I confess that I have absolutely no idea what even regular dithers and jotters might amount to let alone hysterical ones and while I enjoyed the book I was not especially moved to any unusual emotional reactionsNeil Griffon's profession is consulting with troubled companies and restoring them to good health But then his father who owns a large stable operation with eight five horses in his care is badly injured in an auto accident and Neil is temporarily forced to leave his own job and take over the stables Neil's relations with his father have never been good a freuent problem for Dick Francis's protagonists and the last thing he wants to do is assume this responsibility Sadly he has no choiceNo sooner does Griffon settle in than he is kidnapped by a couple of professional thugs and delivered to a rich and powerful criminal The criminal's son who has no experience in these matters wishes to become a champion jockey preferably starting tomorrow The crook instructs Griffon to take the son into his operation and set him up on the best horse in the place in the coming race season Should Griffon fail to do so the crook will destroy the stables and inflict great bodily harm on Griffon himselfObviously this seriously bad guy has never read a Dick Francis novel or he would have had sense enough to take his son and his threats to another stable Anyone who ever has read one of these books understands immediately that any Dick Francis protagonist will face such threats stoically bravely and intelligently Most of all he will never EVER give into such threats irrespective of the harm that will inevitably be inflicted upon him along the wayGriffon's challenge then is to diffuse the situation without ever speaking of it to anyone else the police included Bringing them into this matter simply wouldn't be fair to the poor bad guy who has no idea who he's dealing with or what he's getting himself into And even though I wasn't reduced to hysterical dithers and jotters at least as far as I know I did enjoy watching Neil Griffon wrestle with this challenge and I expect that most other readers who like this series will as well

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BonecrackUnreasonable demands they will destroy his father’s precious horses and racing stable and ultimately Neil himself Returned to his father?. Of all the Dick Francis I have read this is by far my favorite The son and father relationship that is presented has an interesting twist in the end The father is in the Italian mob and his son wants to be a jockey There are two father son relationships presented though The main character a self made businessman in antiues has the regular Francis character development Its easy to see as the first book Francis wrote is about a fathers This book unlike Dead Cert having a postive father son relationship this book is about how fathers have negative effects on their sons and how the fathers are flawed However in the end the sons overcome these father's flaws and become better people The ending is touching Besides all the jockey information I recommend reading this book