Break In

Break In
by Dick Francis
1985 / 320 pages
read by Simon Prebble 9h.15m
Rating – 6

I do like a good Dick Francis book.  Because Francis was a horse jockey before his injury,  his books are about the horse racing industry in Britain.  Although the protagonists are usually different,   some reappear for several books.  In Break In the first person narrator is Kit Fielding, a jockey, who finds that his brother-in-law, the husband of Kit’s twin sister and a horse owner,  is being conned by a repeat debt offenders.

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