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by Bill Shoemaker

ePub Fire Horse download
Author:
Bill Shoemaker
ISBN13:
978-0449149744
ISBN:
0449149749
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Publisher:
Fawcett (January 31, 1996)
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Subcategory:
Contemporary
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1454 kb
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1934 kb
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4.3
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Find sources: "Bill Shoemaker" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2019) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Shoemaker's career as a jockey began in his teenage years, with his first professional ride on March 19, 1949. Shoemaker's Stalking Horse (1994), Fire Horse (1995), and Dark Horse (1996) all featured Coley Killebrew using his racetrack experience in and about his restaurant and the horse world. Shoemaker was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 1958.

by Bill Shoemaker (Author). Book 1 of 3 in the Coley Killebrew Series. Ships from and sold by P-TownBookSales. Ships from and sold by HKL Resources.

Shoemaker continues to show a broader streak of fun than Dick Francis, and a more pronounced taste for . Shoemaker's still tossing off plot twists like thrown horseshoes when the printers take the type away on the last page.

Shoemaker continues to show a broader streak of fun than Dick Francis, and a more pronounced taste for intrigue-Coley spends more time bound and gagged than the Hardy Boys, and his story is plotted within an inch of its life (and we haven't even mentioned the bunco artists yet, or the philosophical bodyguard, or the dysfunctional family romance that sets the story in motion).

FIRE HORSE - G+ Shoemaker, Bill - 2nd in sereis. It all starts when Johnny Rousseau, Coley's partner in the Horse's Neck Bar and Grill, finds himself saddled with a little problem named Paula Dresner

Bill Shoemaker, the greatest jockey of all time, made a smashing fiction. FIRE HORSE - G+ Shoemaker, Bill - 2nd in sereis. It all starts when Johnny Rousseau, Coley's partner in the Horse's Neck Bar and Grill, finds himself saddled with a little problem named Paula Dresner. Gorgeous, rich, and spoiled rotten, Paula has Johnny twisted around her manicured little finger - but he's not too love-blind to see that she's gotten herself mixed up in some very suspicious business.

by. Shoemaker, Bill, 1931-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded on December 2, 2011.

Unusual vintage golden horseshoe trophy, signed on glass in 24 K gold ink by Hall of Famer Willie Shoemaker, Laffit Pincay, Darrel McHargue, Eddie Delahoussaye, Donald Pierce, Fernando Toro, Frank Oliveras.

Bill Shoemaker, the greatest jockey of all time, made a smashing fiction debut with his first novel, Stalking Horse, starring Coley Killebrew. Now Coley is back, and this time he's up against the toughest odds he's ever faced.

In Dark Horse, Bill Shoemaker sets an ingenious timebomb of a plot ticking against the glamorous, dangerous world of. .World-famous y writer Bill Shoemaker is back in the winner's circle with his newest racing mystery.

In Dark Horse, Bill Shoemaker sets an ingenious timebomb of a plot ticking against the glamorous, dangerous world of thoroughbred racing. The behind-the-scenes deal-cutting, the jockeys and trainers, the beautiful women, the priceless horses, the desperation to finish first at any price, and, of course, the coveted prize of the Triple Crown-it's all here, re-created with the flair and mastery of a true insider.

Still, Shoemaker personified that mysterious bond between horse and rider. At 4 feet 11 inches tall and 98 pounds, it didn’t look like Bill Shoemaker could muscle a few sacks of groceries, let alone control a head-strong Thoroughbred a dozen times his weight. He communicated with an innate light touch on the reins, coaxing the horse into. Still, Shoemaker personified that mysterious bond between horse and rider. He communicated with an innate light touch on the reins, coaxing the horse into the action, gentling it with his hands. Birthdate: Aug. 19, 1931.

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Straight from the Winners Circle, the greatest jockey of all time draws on his vast experiences on and off the track to spin this suspenseful mystery starring jockey-turned-sleuth Coley Killebrew. . . .It all starts when Johnny Rousseau, Coley's partner in the Horses Neck Bar and Grill, finds himself saddled with a little problem named Paula Dresner. Gorgeous, rich, and spoiled rotten, Paula has Johnny twisted around her manicured little finger--but he's not too love-blind to see that she's gotten herself mixed up in some very suspicious business. Coley follows her trail, and it leads him to some peculiar racetrack photos, cut-rate hoodlums making secret nocturnal shipments of high-priced thoroughbreds. . .and murder. As Coley begins to put the pieces together, things get hotter and hotter. It's a fire that may consume some of the finest horses in the country. And Coley, too. . ."Shoemaker continues to show a broader streak of fun than Dick Francis, and a more pronounced taste for intrigue...tossing off plot twists like thrown horseshoes."--Kirkus Reviews"There's plenty of action and excitement in his story, and it's a wild ride."--The Waterbury Republican