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DI Dixon does it again. With merely a moments notice since his last case, and still not fully recovered from the wounds it inflicted Detective Inspector Dixon is onto a horse mauling that may not be what it seems.
Accompanied by a skeleton crew, he enters the world of racing to find out what's transpired and who's responsible.
Quick and potent like the two before, this thriller plays out interestingly. Unlike the others, there are a few too many characters and a slight implausibility for this reader. Still a worthy listen as Napoleon gives us his oratory best!
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
Kickback starts where Head in the Sand ends, with detective Nick Dixon recovering from his knife wound. A trainee jockey has apparently been kicked to death in his stables at the race track by an aggressive horse. The jockey's brother believes he was actually murdered and takes strong steeps to assure that the police are forced to investigate it as such. Thus begins a story of murder, blackmail, and other criminal activities. DI Nick Dixon and his police partner/girlfriend Jane ultimately resolve the case but not before more murder.
This is Book 3 of the five novel Nick Dixon police procedural series. The setting is in the midlands of England.
4 of 7 people found this review helpful
A great little crime novel, well researched and contemporary, the narration was brilliant and made this all the easier for me. Hope to read more of this author and listen to more of this narrator as it was far superior to the last couple of books I listened to.
Where does Kickback rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Although on the short side this is a great listen very entertaining
What other book might you compare Kickback to, and why?
If you like Dick Francis then you would certainly like this, murder mystery with a difference
What about Napoleon Ryan’s performance did you like?
I enjoyed the reader, no problems for me
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I enjoyed the setting of the book and the whole series for that matter, I know Somerset well so it's quite fun hearing the place names etc