Sports Fiction

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Wild Horses

Wild Horses

by Dick Francis

From the acclaimed master of mystery and suspense comes a thrilling novel about the illusion of film--and the reality of murder.
Bolt

Bolt

by Dick Francis

Kit Fielding will do whatever it takes to stop the killing of racehorses. Not an easy task considering that the woman he adores is leaving him, an international arms dealer is threatening him, and Kit's nemesis has plans to knock him off the track—and plant him under it.
Decider

Decider

by Dick Francis

Architect Lee Morris has plans to restore Stratton Park racecourse to its former grandeur. But the combative Stratton heirs have violent plans of their own.
Mortal Stakes

Mortal Stakes

by Robert B Parker

Mortal Stakes is the third Spenser novel by Robert B. Parker, first published in 1975. The story centers on the Boston private eye being hired by the Red Sox to find out if their lead pitcher, Marty Rabb, is on the take. The investigation quickly takes him into a deeper, and more dangerous, blackmail plot involving pimps, high class madams and the mob.
The Edge

The Edge

by Dick Francis

A high-class, transcontinental horse-racing junket should be an idyllic getaway for the super-rich. But one passenger on this train is a sociopath, a genius at blackmail and criminal corruption—and he plans to take everyone for everything they've got.
Fourth and Long Gone

Fourth and Long Gone

by Pepper Rodgers

The Jamesville Jets

The Jamesville Jets

by Caary Jackson

Lou Gehrig

Lou Gehrig

by Paul Gallico

One On One

One On One

by Lawrence Shainberg

"He Shoots, He Scores!

"He Shoots, He Scores!

by Foster Hewitt

Night Moves

Night Moves

by Tom Clancy; Steve Pieczenik; Steve Perry

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Meat On the Hoof

by Gary Shaw

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Gray Ghost, The

by Keith McCafferty

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A Wife's Guide To Baseball

by Charline and Rich, Michael Gibson

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New Sporting Stories

by G G ; Henry George Harper

Sports Fiction Books & Ephemera

Bolt

Bolt

by Francis, Dick

Kit Fielding will do whatever it takes to stop the killing of racehorses. Not an easy task considering that the woman he adores is leaving him, an international arms dealer is threatening him, and Kit's nemesis has plans to knock him off the track—and plant him under it.
Decider

Decider

by Francis, Dick

Architect Lee Morris has plans to restore Stratton Park racecourse to its former grandeur. But the combative Stratton heirs have violent plans of their own.
Wild Horses

Wild Horses

by Francis, Dick

From the acclaimed master of mystery and suspense comes a thrilling novel about the illusion of film--and the reality of murder.
Comeback

Comeback

by Francis, Dick

New York Times bestselling Grand Master of Crime Fiction Foreign Office diplomat Peter Darwin uncovers a peculiar operation involving a veterinary surgeon and the unexplained deaths of several valuable racehorses.
Driving Force

Driving Force

by Francis, Dick

New York Times bestselling grand master of crime fiction Jockey Freddie Croft discovers a high-stakes conspiracy that exposes the seedy underside of horse-racing-and faces deadlier odds of survival than in any steeplechase run.
Playing For Pizza

Playing For Pizza

by Grisham, John

Playing for Pizza is a short novel by John Grisham, released on September 25 2007. The novel is about an itinerant American football player who can no longer get work in the National Football League and whose agent, as a last resort, signs a deal for him to play for the Parma Panthers, in Parma, Italy. The quarterback's move to a small city in a foreign land leads to a series of cultural misadventures.
Proof

Proof

by Francis, Dick

Wine merchant Tony Beach has expertly catered his latest society soiree, but the fun's over when a team of hit men crash the party…literally. The event leaves Tony with a bitter aftertaste of suspicion—and sets off a mystery that's an intoxicating blend of deception, intrigue, and murder.
Slayride

Slayride

by Francis, Dick

When a champion jockey disappears--right before a big race and the birth of his child--Investigator David Cleveland bets on foul play.
The Edge

The Edge

by Francis, Dick

A high-class, transcontinental horse-racing junket should be an idyllic getaway for the super-rich. But one passenger on this train is a sociopath, a genius at blackmail and criminal corruption—and he plans to take everyone for everything they've got.
The Kingdom Of Shivas Irons

The Kingdom Of Shivas Irons

by Murphy, Michael

Michael Murphy, who cofounded The Esalen Institute in 1962, is the author of Golf in the Kingdom and The Future of the Body.  He is the coauthor of In the Zone and The Life We Are Given.  Murphy lives in San Rafael, California.
Trial Run

Trial Run

by Francis, Dick

Veteran horseman Randall Drew travels to Mosow to help the Russian royal family--but ends up caught in a world of jealousy, sabotage, and murder.
Under Orders

Under Orders

by Francis, Dick

Read by Martin Jarvis Unabridged CDs - 8 CDs, 10 hours Sid Halley returns-in a triumphant new novel from the grand master of crime fiction, Dick Francis.
Seven Games In October

Seven Games In October

by Brady, Charles