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On the first day of Royal Ascot, the crowd rejoices in a string of winning favourites. Ned Talbot has worked all his life as a bookmaker – taking over the family business from his grandfather – so he knows not to expect any sympathy from the punters as they count their winnings, and he counts his losses. He"s seen the ups and downs before – but, as the big gambling conglomerates muscle in on small concerns like his, Ned wonders if it"s worth it any more.When a grey-haired man steps forward from the crowd claiming to be his father, Ned"s life is thrown into far deeper turmoil. He"d been told since he was a baby that his parents had died in a car crash.Barely an hour later his newly found father is stabbed by an unknown assailant in the Ascot car park. Blood oozing from his abdomen, he warns Ned: "Be very careful". But of whom? Of what? Ned finds himself in a race to solve his father"s riddles, a race where coming second could cost him more than even money, it could cost him his life.
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Even Money is Even Money book third book that Dick Francis, and his son Felix, have co-written. While I just loved the last 2, and all of Dick Francis' previous books, I didn't like this one as much. The book centers around Ned Talbot, the heir to his grandfather Teddy's bookmaking business/5().
But Even Money was a let down. From the start the story and characters came across as rushed. There was no story development the chemistry between the characters like the story came across to me as forced. Even the secondary characters came across as filler for a story that was already lacking.
PINCH OF A SPOILER FOLLOWS This book is a /5(). Even Money All in Duet Series, Book 1 By: Alessandra Torre. 'Even money' was no disappointment, Felix will bring a new generation Even Money book to the race course. The narrator (performer) Martin Jarvis is excellent. This is a wonderful story, beautifully told.
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Now I discover in ch. 13 that some of the story is missing. The section begins mid-sentence with no idea how much is missing. Very frustrating/5(52). collect insurance money when foul play is afoot.
The main theme in EVEN MONEY is the murder of Ned’s father on the very day they met. The events that follow answer many questions about the kind of man Peter was. The secondary theme involves British racing and bookmaking, and its evolution.
It is an. Even Money is the gripping Dick Francis novel by Dick Francis and Felix Francis. Royal Ascot's first day, and bookmaker Ned Talbot watches helplessly as a string of favourites come in. With the punters totting up their winnings, he counts his losses.
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Even Money Critics Consensus. Even Money is so obsessed with portraying the ills of gambling it forgets to develop compelling or likable characters%. Get this from a library. Even money. [Dick Francis; Felix Francis] -- Ned Talbot, a bookmaker working the Royal Ascot, finds himself in a race to solve his father's stabbing--a race where coming in second could cost him more than even money--it could cost him his life.
Get this from a library. Even money. [Dick Francis; Felix Francis] -- On the first day of Royal Ascot, the crowd rejoices in a string of winning favourites.
Ned Talbot has worked all his life as a bookmaker - taking over the family business from his grandfather - so he. Even Money (Book): Francis, Dick: Ned Talbot, a bookmaker working the Royal Ascot, finds himself in a race to solve his father's stabbing--a race where coming in second could cost him more than even money--it could cost him his life.
Like Ned Talbot, the first-person narrator and bookie in Even Money by renowned father-and-son writing team Dick and Felix Francis, you can make book that a mystery novel associated with their names is guaranteed to provide readers with excellent entertainment and suspense for the money.
Even Money is the first collaboration I’ve read by the duo, but I’m a big fan of Dick. The father-and-son Francis team (Silks,etc.) turn their attention to the most reviled members of the horse-racing fraternity: on-site bookmakers.“My clients were never my friends,” wryly observes Ned Talbot.
Of course they aren’t, since in the zero-sum game of bookmaking, Ned’s earnings depend on their losses. In an even money bet, the gambler doubles his/her money with a winning bet; a bet of $ wins $, for a total of $ Remember, if the number is preceded by a minus sign, you need to bet that amount to win $ For example, if you bet Michigan, you needed to bet $ to win $, for a total of $ Take the Even Money — Or Not.
Published on Tuesday, 11 June Written by Sam 0 Comments. During your blackjack sessions, you’ll be faced with a decision of taking the even money on your blackjack when the dealer is showing an Ace. Raven McShane Mysteries: Diva Las Vegas (book #1) Vegas Stripped (book #2) Royal Flush (book #3) Double Down (book #4) Even Money (book #5) "A spectacular blend of hardboiled detective work and outrageously funny scenes.
It's not just money on the line now. It's lives. From Felix Francis and Dick Francis, the bestselling co-authors of Dead Heat comes Even Money, the latest Dick Francis novel.
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