Jay's Reviews > Crossfire
Another Francis book, similar in tone to his others. This one even included one of those Batman-like escape from an un-escapable death, which felt a bit similar to a previous Francis book I read. Has this appeared more than these two times? Interesting to see. The hero of the story is a soldier with a false leg due to an explosive device in Afganistan, trying to find something new to do with his life. He finds himself in plenty of horse-related trouble and it's typical Francis fun working out how he gets himself and his family out. And, of course, there are horses - this one has plenty of horse focus. The book also dives into British tax law, which is made somewhat interesting, as difficult as that sounds. Fun, and even with Francis' son writing the book, still like Francis.
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