Book Reviews of In the Frame

In the Frame
In the Frame
Author: Dick francis
ISBN-13: 9780671428211
ISBN-10: 0671428217
Publication Date: 3/2/1981
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Charles Todd is an artist who must figure out a masterpiece of murder and thereby clear his cousin's name. Todd finds himself involved in a dangerous manhunt for a brilliant and elusive killer.
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A successful painter who loves going to the track finds himself in the biggest race of his life as he works to clear his cousin's name-and trap a ruthless killer before the killer traps him.

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Charles Todd is an English artist, well-known for his renderings of sleek and athletic horses. But what he sees at his brother's he cannot capture on canvas. His sister-in-law has been murdered, and his brother is the prime suspect. Todd sudenly finds himself in a dangerous manhunt as he searches for an elusive killer who paints his own picture of mayhem
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Dick Frances has a very believable way with dialog & the main character in this book is someone I would like to know. It's from the viewpoint of art so some info about painting helps solve the crime, but the real interest comes from the involved crime & solution.
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Good read
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Artist Charles Todd finds his cousin's home burglarized and his cousin's wife dead. He wants to help the shattered husband but his intentions take a beating in a globe-spanning manhunt.
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Another excellent Dick Francis book, this time involving art theft and forgery.
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This book was very hard to put down. Dick Francis is such a master at creating and developing his characters, and the mystery and suspence are captivating. I've loved every one of his books, and each one I read, I think is the best so far, until I read the next one, and then I think that's the best one. I'm tempted to keep all of his books and read them again, but my grandmother taught me that it is better to share.
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Brilliant, as always with Dick Francis. Mesmerizing from the very first sentence: "I stood on the outside of disaster, looking in." How can you NOT keep reading after that?
The next sentence is even better, and gets you hooked....
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i love any dick francis book! i also need to get on the job and by some credits so i can fill out my collection. i once had them all and we moved and books r so heavy decided not to take them w/me. boo hoo. wish i hadn't done that cuz now i'm buying them all again.