Books by Dick Francis
Interviews where books by Dick Francis were recommended
The world championship winning horse rider Mary King, who has represented Great Britain at six Olympics from 1992 to 2012, tells us what it takes to succeed in her sport
There are now 56 Dick Francis books. 39 of them were written by Richard Francis (1920-2010), a champion jockey who rode for the Queen and the Queen Mother before retiring and turning to a career as a writer. Since then, they’ve been written by his son, Felix Francis, who has continued writing thrillers in the style of his father. Felix’s latest book, set at the bloodstock sales in Newmarket, is No Reserve, published by Zaffre at £20.