3 1 2 stars. only half way through, so far so good. In Life, Horse Fancier And Antiques Dealer Glyn Cole Caused A Heap Of Trouble For His Girlfriends, Their Jealous Partners And His Creditors His Two Year Absence From The Close Knit Berkshire Horse Community Has Been Something Of A Relief Broken Bridges Have Been Mended Lives Have Been Rebuilt And His Disappearance Has Been A Miracle For One Individual In Particular The Person Who Killed Him But Now Glyn Is Back In Bizarre Circumstances A Record Breaking Storm Has Ripped His Corpse From Its Ingenious Hiding Place How Did He Get There And How Did He Die Many Have Benefited From His Absence But Who Is No Longer Sleeping So Soundly At Night It Seems That, Even In Death, Bad Boy Glyn Is As Much Trouble As He Ever Was Typical good easy read from Francome Interesting racing theory in the mix Possibly not as predictable as some of his books, either that or my mind just wasn t as switched on as normal, but still a good enjoyable read. An easy read and well worthwhile for a few hours escape in a book. 3.5 stars While this book was okay, I was hoping that it would be similar to the Dick Francis books Unfortunately that is not the case.
Ex National Hunt Champion Jockey John Francome is a broadcaster on racing for Channel 4 He lives in Berkshire.See
- 416 pages
- Storm Rider
- John Francome
- 23 January 2017 John Francome