Valentine, a blind, confused old man on his deathbed, seeking his peace with God, makes his last confession to a visiting friend, Thomas Lyon, mistaking him for a priest. This puts Thomas in a moral dilemma. Wild horses wouldn't drag from a priest the secrets of the confessional. Engaged in directing a film set in the world of racing, Thomas finds that the solution to this quandary could mean the difference between life and death.More
"Nothing short of dazzling." (Publishers Weekly)
"Another winner from this popular writer." (AudioFile)
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You have to love a good Francis novel.
As with many Francis novels it would rank above average. Keeps you thinking.
Kept you thinking,, kept my interest wondering what would come next.
- Doug Wilkie
yes probably dick francis books are rereadable and are a good listening book
the racing scene seem to hold a lot of corruption and secrets the books incline
yes he seems to have a knowledge of the racing and jockey life
not much he seems to bring the book together