Did Not Finish

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Severn House Large Print, 2012 - Fiction - 335 pages
8 Reviews

The first book in the Aidy Westlake mystery series set in the high-octane world of motor racing - When Derek Deacon threatens to kill Alex Fanning, his championship rival, rookie driver Aidy Westlake doesn’t put much stock in it – it’s typical of the intense competitiveness and aggression in their world. But when Fanning dies after making contact with Deacon’s car during a race, a conspiracy ensues: the TV coverage is edited and the police wind up the investigation without interviewing witnesses. Compelled to prove Deacon is the murderer, Aidy pushes for the truth and is drawn into a world of fraud, organized crime and murder.

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Review: Did Not Finish (Aidy Westlake Racing Mysteries #1)

User Review  - Eleanor Jones - Goodreads

When I cracked this book open (figuratively--think Kindle) I knew nothing about British motor racing or racing in general. I didn't know anything about engines or pit crews. But I know a good book ... Read full review

Review: Did Not Finish (Aidy Westlake Racing Mysteries #1)

User Review  - Graham Brown - Goodreads

This book did three things for me - 1- It gave me a great glimpse into the world of auto-racing - but not the million dollar teams with everything computerized and provided for them - instead it was ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Anthony Award?winning author of a dozen books as well as over 150 published stories and articles, Simon Wood is an ex?race car driver, a licensed pilot, an animal rescuer, an endurance cyclist, and an occasional private investigator. Having dealt with dyslexia from an early age, Wood has been met with rave reviews for his previous publications, including Working Stiffs, We All Fall Down, Paying the Piper, Dragged into Darkness, Asking for Trouble, and The Fall Guy, among numerous others published under his horror pseudonym, Simon Janus. Originally from the UK, Wood moved to the US in ?98 to share his world with his American wife, Julie ? and a longhaired dachshund and four cats.

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