The Edge

ebook Francis Thriller

By Dick Francis

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Discover the classic mystery from Dick Francis, one of the greatest thriller writers of all time
'A fast-paced book full of twists and surprises, taking us from one side of Canada to the other' 5***** Reader Review
'Grips you from the first sentence. Exciting, nerve-tingling: Dick Francis at his best' 5***** Reader Review
Tor Kelsey, an undercover agent for the Jockey Club's security service, is involved in the attempt to rid racing of one of its most notorious villains: Julius Apollo Filmer.
The court, however, does not go along with their beliefs. But Tor knows that to let Julius even suspect the service are still on his tail would mean certain death for several witnesses.
Meanwhile, several racehorse owners have planned a luxurious train trip across Canada, with race meetings fixed for every major city - and Julius Apollo Filmer and Tor are on the passenger list.
It's not long until the beautiful journey through the Rockies gets uglier by the minute as Tor finds himself pushed to dangerous limits to defeat Filmer's wily scheming . . .
Packed with intrigue and hair-raising suspense, The Edge is just one of the many blockbuster thrillers from legendary crime writer Dick Francis.
Praise for Dick Francis:
'As a jockey, Dick Francis was unbeatable when he got into his stride. The same is true of his crime writing' Daily Mirror
'The narrative is brisk and gripping and the background researched with care . . . the entire story is a pleasure to relish' Scotsman
'Dick Francis's fiction has a secret ingredient - his inimitable knack of grabbing the reader's attention on page one and holding it tight until the very end' Sunday Telegraph
'A regular winner . . . as smooth, swift and lean as ever' Sunday Express
'The master of suspense and intrigue' Country Life
'Francis writing at his best' Evening Standard
'Still the master' Racing Post

The Edge