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To the Hilt

Written by: Dick Francis
Narrated by: Tony Britton
Length: 10 hrs and 21 mins
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Alexander Kinloch, artist, has worked out a good pattern for his life. His home is a small bothy on a remote mountain in Scotland; he paints on commission, from which he derives both pleasure and a decent income; he lives alone and likes it. One day, however, Alexander's peace is violently shattered when he returns home to find a group of strangers waiting for him. Afer a scuffle, he is left for dead with only the wind and the words "Where is it?" ringing in his ears. And the days that follow contain more danger than he could ever have imagined.
©1996 Dick fFancis (P)2014 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • Tracey
  • 2014-05-31

to the hilt

Would you consider the audio edition of To the Hilt to be better than the print version?

haven,t read the print version use audio to drive and make the journey more enjoyabale

What other book might you compare To the Hilt to and why?

dead cert typical dick francis style

What about Tony Britton’s performance did you like?

he narrates the books well

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

when alex is in trouble on the mountain

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  • Rosemary
  • 2011-10-10

Another Dick Francis Classic

Another Dick Francis Classic. Great with a fast moving engaging plot, a page turner,a great companion for anyone.