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When jockey Martin Stukely dies following a fall in a steeplechase at Cheltenham races, he accidentally embroils his friend Gerard Logan in a perilous search for a stolen videotape. Gerard Logan is a glass-blower on the verge of widespread acclaim for his work. He has long been accustomed to the frightful dangers inherent in molten glass and maintaining a glass-making furnace, but now he is suddenly faced with a series of unexpected threats, first to his livelihood, then to his courage, and finally, to his life.
©2000 Dick Francis (P)2014 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.
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By Tracey on 05-13-17

broken

Where does Shattered rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

it is a classic dick francis well read good story

Who was your favorite character and why?

tom pigeon

Which character – as performed by Tony Britton – was your favorite?

gerrard logan the glass blower

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

shattered for life

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By Nicholas on 04-14-13

A bit of everything

An enjoyable book and relatively rare for Dick Francis in that the main character was and had not been a jockey. There's a bit of romance, some action, detective work and an assortment of experts, thugs, criminals and wealthy racing types. The glass blowing stuff is interesting and informative. If you can follow up the book by a visit to John Ditchfield at Glasform in Singleton Lancashire where much of the inspiration and instruction came from.



Well narrated by Tony Britton who has done many if not all of Dick's books.

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By Grumpy pensioner 🤔 on 09-28-16

Shattered but not broken!

It flowed from start to finish with precise narration rising and falling with the required emphasis.

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