Ponies, ponies, ponies
The Bold Thing
Barrie & Jenkins, London, 1990, hb, 256 pp.
Arrow, London, pb, 1991, 244 pp.
Little, Brown, Boston, 1994, 279 pp.
Micky Brennan was once a champion jockey, and now he has just come out of prison. Cathy
Kramer believes in him and hires him to manage her stud in Ireland. However, the IRA soon
realise the stud’s top stallion, Sansovino, is the perfect target for blackmail.
Mark Daniel (1954 -
Finding the books: all seem widely available on both sides of the Atlantic.
Links and sources
The Timewell Press on Mark Daniel
The Devil to Pay
Michael Joseph, London, 1992, 249 pp.
Little, Brown, Boston, 1992, 260 pp.
Signet, London, 1993, pb, 318 pp.
Magna Large Print, 1995
Avon, New York, 1995, pb
Nick Storr is the son of a leading trainer, and is to ride the talented Ibn Saud in the Cheltenham
Gold Cup. On the day of the race, Nick is faced with a terrible truth.
Pity the Sinner
Michael Joseph, London, 1993, hb, 278 pp.
St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1996, 278 pp.
Magna, Large Print, 1994
Signet, London, 1994, pb
Neil Munrow, a jockey in the middle of negotiating an expensive divorce, finds an unexpected,
and large, sum in his bank account. It disappears just as suddenly, and Neil finds himself
blackmailed by the person who put the money there.
Michael Joseph, London, 1994, hb, 343 pp.
St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1995, 343 pp.
Signet Books, London, 1995, pb
When Philip is in France he is told that his brother has had an asthma attack and is now in hospital,
in a coma. Philip has to return to England to run the family’s stables during the flat racing season.
He soon realises the stables are in deep trouble.
A Killing Joke
Michael Joseph, London, 1995
Signet, London, pb, 1995 & 1996, 405 pp.
Jago van Zeller thought he had a chance in Czechoslovakia’s Grand National, the Pardubice.
The horse he wanted to race in it was the only thing he’d kept when his business went bust.
However, he became involved in smuggling family heirlooms out of the country...
Barrie & Jenkins, London,1989, hb, 256 pp.
Arrow, London, pb, 1990, 291 pp.
Ticknor & Fields, New York, 1990, 223 pp.
Avon Books, New York, 1992, pb
Georgie has always relied on his charm to get him out of trouble, but when the National Hunt
stewards enlist him to help them, he becomes involved in a deadly game.