by Dick Francis
1984 / 272 pages
read by Simon Prebble 9h 43m
rating B+  / Crime (traditional/thriller)

Dick Francis is an old standby for me – I started reading his books in the 1980s, I think,  and every once in awhile I just have the urge.  I don’t read series all in a  quick row and Francis’ books aren’t series although they all have to do with  the world of horse racing.   Frances knows whereof he speaks about that subject – he was a champion jump jockey. After he retired from the racing world he wrote 42 or so books on his own,  another 4 with his son, and the last 3 have his name on them,  but were by his son.

In Proof,  the protagonist is Tony Beach, a wine merchant who has

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