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The Chase When young scientist Jean Campbell is invited help root out drugs in sport she enters a murky world where power privilege money and illicit practices mix easily It is Australia in the s the wa

  • Title: The Chase
  • Author: Christopher Kremmer
  • ISBN: 9781405039932
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Chase By Christopher Kremmer, When young scientist Jean Campbell is invited help root out drugs in sport, she enters a murky world where power, privilege, money and illicit practices mix easily It is Australia in the 1940s, the war is over, and Jean and her charismatic boss Howard Carter risk everything to expose the cruel underbelly of the sport of kings.But old school racehorse trainer Martin FoleWhen young scientist Jean Campbell is invited help root out drugs in sport, she enters a murky world where power, privilege, money and illicit practices mix easily It is Australia in the 1940s, the war is over, and Jean and her charismatic boss Howard Carter risk everything to expose the cruel underbelly of the sport of kings.But old school racehorse trainer Martin Foley refuses to go quietly, and his influence and connections go straight to the highest echelons of polite society Success or failure turns on a surly young stable hand from a broken home named Frank Littell, and the fateful decision he is forced to makeFrom the acclaimed, bestselling author of The Carpet Wars comes a brilliant new novel full of sin, iniquity and unforgettable characters.

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      Published :2019-012-03T07:47:42+00:00

    1 thought on “The Chase

    1. I enjoyed this as it was an interesting subject and one I knew little about Unfortunately the subject was better than the characters We met and heard from too many and so they became transparent rather than real I thought the ending fizzled too rather than the build up becoming a crescendo.

    2. An interesting book based on the true dealing of drug use in the horse racing industry.Bit heavy in places but for someone who enjoys this topic it will be very enjoyable.

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