Hot Money

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
'Well-crafted and unputdownable. An excellent read' 5***** Reader Review
'Superbly paced and plotted. One of Francis's best' 5***** Reader Review
'A well written and totally engrossing read' 5***** Reader Review
Malcolm Pembroke didn't get rich without making a few enemies - not least among the five wives and nine children left like wreckage in his wake.
But when Moira, his fifth wife, is murdered, Malcolm believes that someone is out to get him. Desperate and fearful, there's only one person he can turn to: his estranged son, Ian.
Ian - an amateur jockey - wants nothing to do with his father until it becomes clear the old man's life is in danger.
And worst of all, the evidence suggests it's from someone the family . . .
Can Ian work out who it is before they strike again?
Packed with intrigue and hair-raising suspense, Hot Money 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

Hot Money