Wild Horses

Wild Horses

Book - 2004
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As he lies on his deathbed, Valentine Clark harbors a secret he is desperate to be rid of. In his delirium he makes his last confession to Thomas Lyon, a visiting film maker shooting a movie on racing, whom he mistakes for a priest. Wild horses could not drag the secret from a priest, but in Lyon's case silence is merely an option, especially now that the secret has put his life in danger. By the author of Driving Force.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2004, c1994.
Edition: Berkley ed.
ISBN: 9780425196748
Call Number: FRANCIS
Characteristics: 338 p. ; 17 cm
Subjects: Mystery fiction.
England -- Fiction.
Horse racing -- Fiction.


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Sep 02, 2014

I have been reading Dick Francis books for many, many years. This may be my favorite one. Beautifully written, great suspense, and a very interesting look into the film making industry.


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