FELIX FRANCIS assisted with the research and writing of many of the
Dick Francis novels and is the coauthor of "Dead Heat," "Silks,"
"Even Money," and "Crossfire," and the author of "Gamble" and
"Bloodline." He lives in England.
DICK FRANCIS was the author of more than forty acclaimed books. Among his numerous awards are three Edgar Awards for best mystery novel, the Crime Writers' Association Diamond Dagger, and the Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master Award. He died in February 2010.
Praise for the Dick Francis novels by Felix Francis
BLOODLINE "Francis knows how to control this wild run of a plot and also knows how to create a conflicted character in the midst of crisis. A stunning addition to the family line."--"Booklist" (starred review) "With "Gamble" in 2011 and now "Bloodline," Felix Francis shows that the apple hasn't fallen far from the tree...the story unfolds with the suspense and insistent pace readers expect from their annual Francis fix."--"Washington"" Times" "Francis ably follows in the footsteps of his father, Dick Francis, with his second stand-alone set in the English horse racing world... Fans will have a hard time distinguishing this solid thriller from the father's work."--"Publishers Weekly" GAMBLE "[Felix] Francis shares his father's gift for brisk storytelling."--"Publisher's Weekly" "Fans of Dick Francis' suspense masterpieces should rejoice: Felix has produced a mystery with a racing setting (the Grand National, no less); a retired but still yearning ex-jockey as the detective; and an intriguing mix of racing and other business."--"Booklist" ""Gamble" has all the things that loyal readers have anticipated in their annual Francis fix: a taut and intelligent story full of suspense, danger and mystery in spare and fast-moving prose that keeps readers' attention . . . Francis novels, under new management, will continue to find themselves at the very top levels of genre fiction."--"Washington"" Times"