Dead on Course

A Harry Radcliffe Mystery

Book 2
Severn House Publishers Ltd
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A fast-paced mystery set in the cut-throat world of horse-racing: second in the new Harry Radcliffe series.

Back in the saddle and race riding again after weeks recuperating from a serious accident, champion jockey Harry Radcliffe reckons his life is back on course. That’s before local gangster Jake Smith, newly released from gaol, makes contact. Knowing of Harry’s success in finding out who killed his brother, Jake now wants him to discover who murdered his sister, Jo-Jo. Refusing to accept the official verdict of accidental death, Jake is prepared to use whatever violence necessary to uncover the truth. He’s determined that somebody pays the price for his sister’s death – and if Harry doesn’t find out who’s responsible, it’ll be him.

Once again forced to turn detective, Harry is about to enter a world of greed, corruption and treachery in order to unmask a ruthless killer.
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About the author

Glenis Wilson was born in Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, where she lives to this day. She has been a member of the Nottingham Writers’ Club for thirty-five years, and is the author of seven previous novels, published in large print.

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Publisher
Severn House Publishers Ltd
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Published on
Dec 1, 2015
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Pages
208
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ISBN
9781780107035
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General
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