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Author: Dick Francis
Book Format: Paperback
Original Title: Dead Heat
Number Of Pages: 416 pages
First Published in: 2007
Latest Edition: September 2nd 2008
Language: English
Genres: Mystery, Fiction, Thriller, Mystery, Crime, Suspense, Thriller, Mystery Thriller, Animals, Horses, European Literature, British Literature, Mystery, Detective, Mystery, Murder Mystery,
Formats: audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.

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Charlene
i enjoyed the book Dead Heat as it was unusual and off kilter. Lots of cooking info was good and much more about polo ponies (than I really wanted to know). At least Felix is trying!
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Agnes
He’s not his father, is he? The central characters in Dick Francis’s books were always admirable but self-effacing. Felix’s hero in Dead Heat comes across as a bit of an idiot, arrogant, unaware, unconcerned with those around him except in so far as their characters and behaviours impact on his, Max Moreton’s, life. Max is quite unlikeable. Dick Francis’s heroes were always always very likeable. Felix doesn’t seem to have found his own author’s voice yet, though Dead Heat was published in 2012 and he had started taking his father’s writing over in 2000 with Shattered, and after more than a decade of practice one would think he ought to have refined his authorship sufficiently by then. It is widely acknowledged that Mary Francis was responsible for the underlying style of her husband’s books. Cambridge - educated, she was in a far better position to write pleasing prose than her less educated jockey husband. In an interview, when asked directly if she had been responsible for Dick’s best-selling books, she replied that it was better that the readers thought he had written them himself, without her literary input. I found this book to be an impression of DF’s style mixed with the far less accomplished style of Felix Francis. The writing doesn’t flow as well. Punctuation is untidy. There are elements that are self-indulgent and do nothing for the story. Sentence structure lacks the same rhythm that was the hallmark of a Francis senior novel, despite Felix being on record to say that he always follows his mother’s Rule of Three. He appears to be trying hard to emulate Dick and Mary’s original style, though he rarely achieves this. Personally, I have always felt that something about Felix capitalising on his father’s name was fundamentally wrong, dishonest, and deeply selfish - prefacing one’s books as “Dick Francis’s.....(insert title)” is bound to lull readers into thinking that perhaps DF had left an unpublished manuscript or three lying around, that this really was written by the successful and established team of Mary and Dick Francis. A few pages in, and the differences, failings and short-comings became clear. Try as he might, Felix Francis will never fill his parent’s literary shoes for me; he simply lacks their skill.
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