I only have one finish this week.

Dick Francis’s Bloodline by Felix Francis

Mark Shillingford is a race announcer at many tracks in England. His twin sister Claire is a top jockey. When Mark notices that Claire loses a race on purpose he confronts her. They argue and she storms off. An hour and a half later she is dead. The police think it is a suicide but Mark isn’t so sure.

I’ve always enjoyed these books. They are mysteries where it makes sense for amateurs to be looking into crimes. Felix Francis is doing a good job taking over where his late father left off.

I don’t think that the overall mystery holds together very well in this one if you think about it too hard but it was an enjoyable read.

In progress

Earthly Joys by Phillippa Gregory

Terry Pratchett: The Spirit of Fantasy by Craig Cabell

Thanks for the Memories by Cecilia Ahern