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  1. says:

    What Worked1 I'm pretty sure that this is the first Francis book with a female protagonist certainly in Felix's books and probably in his fathers books It was a change and not a bad one but it wasn't well done on that below Still it

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    Dr Rankin a female doc thinks she's made a mistake when cocaine addict dies so when no one claims him he did an Elivis at ra

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    Crackling with excitement I couldn't turn the pages fast enough I didn't expect the patient to die of course but he did and it was my fault While my colleagues told me it wasn't and I shouldn't blame myself I knew better I was a bad person and my inadeuacy and foolishness were the reasons the man died I felt wretched The man had arrived at the hospital by ambulance unconscious but still breathing and a weak but rapid heartbeatUnk

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    25 or 510 overall not too badFor the first time FelixDick Francis has a female protagonist And she is not a jockey she's an emergency doctor although does also work at the racetrack thus forming the obligatory racing conn

  5. says:

    I enjoy having the Francis style continued by Dick's son Felix He has been true to his father's legacy but this one was rather annoying to read The plot line was interesting and I understand that Felix had a protagonist that was dealing with serious issues causing her poor behavior but I got tired of her and felt that her obsessions were exhausting and continually putting herself and her family in danger I liked the fact that Feli

  6. says:

    I have been reading Dick and now Felix Francis books for decades and they have a certain formula which always makes for a comfortable read The characters are always flawed or in some way disadvantaged but always immediately engaging The books are typically first person and each chapter ends with a titillating foreshadow

  7. says:

    I do enjoy the horse racing theme of the Francis books but this one has a doctor as a protagonist and she has several irritating personal ualities as well as the whole book is filled with medical inaccuracies that it was really hard to read I suspect if I was in law enforcement I would find many murder mysteries irritating but as I am not I can overlook the problems Not so with this book

  8. says:

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Simon Schuster for an advance copy of Pulse a stand alone racing thriller set in CheltenhamChri

  9. says:

    Pulse written by Felix Francis son of Dick Francis is an exciting fast paced thriller written in the same tradition of the Francis franchise set in the competitive world of horse racing 'A smartly dressed man is

  10. says:

    The first half of the book in which an AE ER doctor slides into depression and anorexia is heavy going I found it

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Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Felix Francis

New York Times bestselling author Felix Francis is back in the newest thrilling adventure in the Dick Francis tradition A smartly dressed man has been found unconscious at the local racecourse and is rushed to the hospital where he subseuently dies But who is he Where does he come from. Dr Rankin a female doc thinks she s made a mistake when cocaine addict dies so when no one claims him he did an Elivis at racecourse she set out to find out who hell he wasBut others don t want her to know if she is not careful she too could end up on the slabFollowing Dick His famous jockey daddy foot steps Felix the younger son take look at jockey AE medical wards

Summary Pulse Author Felix Francis

Pulse Author Felix Francis

Ns answered and will go to any lengths to prevent it including an attempted murder But when no one will believe that someone tried to kill Chris the doctor is left with no option but to discover who the nameless man was and why he died preferably before following him into an early grave. Pulse written by Felix Francis son of Dick Francis is an exciting fast paced thriller written in the same tradition of the Francis franchise set in the competitive world of horse racing A smartly dressed man is found unconscious at the local racecourse and rushed to hospital where he subseuently dies But who is he Where does he come from He has no form of identification on him and no one claims the body Doctor Chris Rankin a specialist who treated the deceased and who struggles with mental health issues is intrigued by the dead man and starts asking uestions However someone doesn t want the uestions answered and will go to any lengths to prevent it including an attempted murder But when no one believes that someone tried to kill Chris she is left with no option but to try to discover for herself who the nameless man was and why he died It felt like a breath of fresh air introducing a female lead protagonist into a mostly male dominant environment Although it took me a while to adapt to the first person narrative being female and the first time I believe a female has been used by either of the Francis authors I throughly enjoyed following Chris determination to find answers to the nameless man against all advice from family and the police There were a lot of medical terminology used at the beginning of the story though it was laid out and explained for the average reader to easily understand and its obvious a lot of research has been carried out on A E admissions and mental health issues I m very pleased to see that Felix is carrying on in his father s excellent footsteps as an author and I ll certainly be reading by Felix again having already read most of Dick s thrillers in the past 4 stars

Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Felix Francis

He had no form of identification on him and no one claims the body Doctor Chris Rankin a specialist who treated the deceased and who struggles with mental health issues is intrigued by the nameless dead man obsessed even and starts asking uestions However someone doesn't want the uestio. I have been reading Dick and now Felix Francis books for decades and they have a certain formula which always makes for a comfortable read The characters are always flawed or in some way disadvantaged but always immediately engaging The books are typically first person and each chapter ends with a titillating foreshadowing statement that propels you to decide to read a little Each book is set against the background of some aspect of horse racing who knew there were so many aspects This book departed in a big way First the protagonistlay detective was a woman Women have played very minor roles in previous novels This character was troubled than most with debilitating anorexia and depression and was not really engaging for much of the book However once the story picked up if the reader could suspend some disbelief it became a page turner Felix did research and some writing on his father s later books and when he took over the style was pretty consistent up to the change in this one Good for him i will read them as long as he writes them they are a good palate cleanser between demanding novelsi like British settings and horses so what can be bad