Fast as the Wind: A Novel

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The Floating Press, May 1, 2012 - Fiction - 238 pages
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Horse lovers and action-adventure fans alike will delight in this fast-paced tale from British novelist and journalist Nat Gould. As a lifetime fan of horse racing who covered the sport for a variety of publications throughout the entirety of his career, Gould packs Fast as the Wind with the kind of expert detail that knowledgeable connoisseurs will appreciate.
 

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Contents

Chapter I The Boom of a Gun
5
Chapter II Story of an Escape
12
Chapter III The Man on the Road
21
Chapter IV The Woman at the Table
30
Chapter V Pictons Winning Mounts
39
Chapter VI In Bracks Cottage
47
Chapter VII A Critical Moment
56
Chapter VIII On Board the SeaMew
66
Chapter XVII An Introduction at Hurst Park
134
Chapter XVIII Conscience Troubles
141
Chapter XIX What Would You Do?
147
Chapter XX Rita Sees a Resemblance
156
Chapter XXI Brack Turns Traveler
163
Chapter XXII Doncaster
171
Chapter XXIII The Crowd in the Ring
179
Chapter XXIV By Jove Shes Wonderful
186

Chapter IX Lenise Elroy
75
Chapter X Haverton
83
Chapter XI Tearaway and Others
90
Chapter XII I Think Hes Dead
97
Chapter XIII A Womans Fear
105
Chapter XIV Not Recognized
114
Chapter XV The St Legers in Your Pocket
121
Chapter XVI How Hector Fought the Bloodhound
128
Chapter XXV Fast as the Wind
193
Chapter XXVI The Struggle for the Cup
200
Chapter XXVII The Reserved Compartment
208
Chapter XXVIII How Hector Had His Revenge
216
Chapter XXIX An Astonishing Communication
225
Chapter XXX Tearaways Progeny
232
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