Break in by Dick Francis

By Dick Francis

Relations ties suggest hassle, chains and deadly duties. And while steeplechase jockey package Fielding involves assistance from his dual sister and her husband, Bobby Allardeck, even loss of life threatens. A vicious newspaper crusade jeopardizes Bobby's profession as a racehorse coach. placing in the back of him the age-old Allardeck-Fielding feud, equipment attempts to determine who's at the back of all of it. Combining his investigations with using winners for the Princess - whose appealing niece turns into greater than a chum - he makes a few startling discoveries. stuck up within the intrigue are robust those that imagine a jockey may still brain his personal enterprise and are ready to exploit violence to ensure he does...

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Why did you say you didn't know whether I would accept it or not? Now, honey, you know darn well I didn't mean what I said in my last letter. I'm just jealous of you and can't help it. And why shouldn't I be? If I was as sweet to you as you are to me, you would be jealou$ too. Two days after writing his letter, Clyde Barrow was transferred from the Waco jail to the state penitentiary to serve a sentence of fourteen years' imprisonment. 5 THE WALLS THE STATE PENITENTIARY, known as the Walls to the criminal fraternity, was fifty-four miles south of Dallas in the pleasant leafy town of Huntsville.

Not long after this, Bonnie took a job in a busy cafe in the center of Dallas. Marco's Cafe was on Main Street, two blocks from the Dallas courthouse, and many of the customers were lawyers and city officials, some of whom Bonnie would later encounter in very different circumstances. Little Bonnie-still less than five feet tall-bustled about energetically, waiting at the tables and acting as cashier. She enjoyed the busy life of the cafe (which advertised "Pure Foods, Quick Service, Popular Prices") and made a number of friends there.

It is improbable that the real Bonnie had any ideas of a profitable criminal partnership at her first meeting with Clyde Barrow in her friend's house in Dallas in January, 1930. She responded to him as would many a lonely young woman after meeting a man who greatly attracted her: she took him home to mother. She came back to Dallas for that purpose, bringing Clyde Barrow with her. According to Mrs. Parker, Lonesome Blues 53 Clyde intended to leave Dallas the following morning. As he stayed late that night, she invited him to spend the night on the living room couch.

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