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On the Edge Free read ¼ 104 In her first novel Jenny Pitman draws on her years of experience in the world of horse racing with a fast paced and heart stopping tale of one woman's life after the death of her husband Left to bring up her two children Jan Hardy faces a bleak future in the wilds of Wales looking af. On the back of my edition anyway it says Move over Dick Francis and John Francome which was probably enough for me to buy this book Reading the rest of the backside just before I started reading gave me some doubts and indeed I must confess I was disappointedFirst of all why anyone would want to compare Pitman to above mentioned authors apart from the horsey bit is a mystery to me Intentionally using a key word here Mystery Because that is what Francis and Francome and Lyndon Stacey if you re interested do they write mystery novels Which happen to be set in or around a world of horses because that is what they know best Had they been travel agents the setting might have been some obscure Caribbean island or the Chinese Wall Really why do you think John Grisham does legal and Robin Cook medical mysteries So Pitman may have a great background in horses but she s not a mystery writer and as such cannot be compared to any of these authorsHaving got that out of my system On the Edge is pleasant enough although with nearly 600 page I thought it was a bit on the bulky side for this kind of easy read It is rather slow and uneventful but never really boring Biggest let down is the main character Jan who at times is fairly likeable but who has an unrealistic view of the world that is hard to ignore Surrounded by Spirit the world of horse racing with a fast paced and heart stopping Hard Country tale of one woman's life after Circle Of Shadows the death of her husband Left The Secret Life of the Garden to bring up her Flight Club two children Jan Hardy faces a bleak future in Plains of Giah the wilds of Wales looking af. On In the Hands of Strangers the back of my edition anyway it says Move over Dick Francis and John Francome which was probably enough for me Come vento come onda Dalla finestra di uno psicoanalista to buy Land And The Ruling Class In Hong Kong this book Reading DK Readers Horse Show Level 2 Beginning to Read Alone the rest of Ask a Midwife the backside just before I started reading gave me some doubts and indeed I must confess I was disappointedFirst of all why anyone would want 100 people who made history to compare Pitman Orchid Moon Harleuin Superromance No 272 to above mentioned authors apart from The House of Rajani the horsey bit is a mystery Den som älskar något annat to me Intentionally using a key word here Mystery Because The road home that is what Francis and Francome and Lyndon Stacey if you re interested do The road home they write mystery novels Which happen The New High Protein Healthy Fast Food Diet The Effective Way to Use Convenience Foods as Part of a Low Carb Diet to be set in or around a world of horses because Everyday Sports Injuries that is what The Baby Doctor they know best Had Zafarnama they been All You Who Sleep Tonight Poems the setting might have been some obscure Caribbean island or Bombay Stories the Chinese Wall Really why do you कुछ अटके कुछ भटके think John Grisham does legal and Robin Cook medical mysteries So Pitman may have a great background in horses but she s not a mystery writer and as such cannot be compared Pickpocket to any of Witness in Death these authorsHaving got Conspiracy in Death that out of my system On The Immortal Throne The City #2 the Edge is pleasant enough although with nearly 600 page I Just Because I Made Love to You Doesn't Mean I Love You thought it was a bit on Arion and the Dolphin A Libretto the bulky side for Arion and the Dolphin A Libretto this kind of easy read It is rather slow and uneventful but never really boring Biggest let down is Vanishing Acts New and Selected Poems 1985 2005 the main character Jan who at For the Love of India times is fairly likeable but who has an unrealistic view of Goa the world The Tea Gardens that is hard City Improbable An Anthology of Writings on Delhi to ignore

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On the Edge Free read ¼ 104 Rshire in the tough and masculine world of training racehorses As success starts to come her way initially by breaking in problem horses she endures setbacks from her family and almost overwhelming financial disaster And to make matters worse someone seems determined to derail her li. This just didn t really grab me In places I got bored and almost stopped reading I love horses so was really looking forward to this book but it didn t fulfill its promise for me

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On the Edge Free read ¼ 104 Ter a crumbling farm holding while under the watchful and suspicious eye of her bitter mother in law Her only escape lies in her affinity with horses she has a natural gift in their handling She begins her uest to carve out a new future for her and her two young children in Glouceste. It was a weird experience having recently read the seuel to this as I was unravelling a backwards mystery I knew what some of the conclusions were and some of the pivotal moments but didn t know when or how they would occur I also had a sense of who was to become an important character and whose name I didn t recognise from the second book But this was still an enjoyable readOne thing that bothered me in this book that I didn t notice so much in the second is that the main character seems to get things from other people uite easily She has a setback moans about it tells someone and then that person or someone else offers a uick and easy solution to fix her problems I do wonder if I would have liked this better if I read it before the seuel


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  1. says: Jenny Pitman ô 4 Free read Free read Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Jenny Pitman EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge]

    EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] Free read Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Jenny Pitman Read On the Edge On the back of my edition anyway it says “Move over Dick Francis and John Francome ” which was probably enough for me to buy this book Reading the rest of the backside just before I started reading gave me some doubts and indeed I must confess I was disappointedFirst of all why anyone would want to compare Pitman to above mentioned author

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    EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] Two stars for an easy easy holiday read But 34 of the way through and I'm increasingly frustrated by the one dimensional brattiness of our heroine Her children are nothing but little orbiting accessories from page one She faces widowhood moving house moving business enemies and sabotage and then becomes distraught because she cannot become a Licensed Trainer Are you kidding me? Any single mother with a one year old and pre schoo

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    Free read Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Jenny Pitman EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] When I discovered this title I thought it might help scratch the same itch that Dick Francis John Francome and a few others do Did it? Well yes and noAlthough set principally in the point to point and hunter races in the UK rather than the larger flat and steeplechase races of the other authors the familiar flow of trainers owners riders and the race world were once again comfortingBut if you are looking for

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    Read On the Edge EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] Free read Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Jenny Pitman It was a weird experience having recently read the seuel to this as I was unravelling a backwards mystery I knew

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    Free read Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Jenny Pitman EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] Jenny Pitman ô 4 Free read The first in the series and my first Jenny Pitman read and it won't be my last I really enjoyed it especially as it was based around horses and although about racing wasn't the usual Dick francis or John Francome

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    EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] Free read Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Jenny Pitman Jenny Pitman ô 4 Free read I love horses stable life and the horse racing world I couldn't wait for each new book to be written and released I wish she would write

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    EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] Free read Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Jenny Pitman Read On the Edge Gave up when half way through still nothing had happened other than the first sentence of the book where her husba

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    EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] This just didn't really grab me In places I got bored and almost stopped reading I love horses so was really looking forward to this book but it didn't fulfill its promise for me

  9. says: EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] Free read Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Jenny Pitman Jenny Pitman ô 4 Free read

    EBOOK / PDF [On the Edge] Her writing improves as the series goes on and there are many glimpses of the real Jenny Pitman scattered through her books

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    Read On the Edge Free read Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ô Jenny Pitman Jenny Pitman ô 4 Free read A gentle novel following racing and some interesting characters Very enjoyable

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