Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Flying Finish



Flying Finish is not the best book by Dick Francis that I've read, but it was still enjoyable. (Which makes me wonder: Are even weak books by Francis still good? A "bad" Dick Francis mystery is delightful.)

The horses were incidental to this mystery, which really involved flying, spying, and sinister business. I passed it on to Mom, but I think I might end up wanting to reread it at some point, so I'll probably get another copy.

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Blogger Dana said...

DD#3 likes horses and Dick Francis...but I'm not sure she's read this title.

Blessings fm GA,
Dana

9:43 AM  
Blogger Cecilia said...

yes, even a *bad* Dick Francis is a *good* read! :-)

6:38 PM  
Blogger Homeschool Help Web said...

Have you seen the new one - "Under Orders"? It's a new Sid Halley, yay! I found it at the M'gmy library today, can't wait to dive in. :-)

4:36 PM  
Blogger Laura said...

If you like Dick Francis, you'll enjoy Under Orders. I listened to most of as an audiobook, then finished reading it in print. I didn't know you were a Francis fan!

5:15 PM  
Blogger Homeschool Help Web said...

Yep, a long time - since high school! A friend gave me the first Kit Fielding book for my birthday, I think it was.

By the way, I'm thinking you're in my area somewhere, are you in the A/O area? I'm moving there in the next few months.

6:59 AM  

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