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Great Horse Racing Mysteries: True Tales from the Trackby John Mcevoy
Synopses & Reviews
Author John McEvoy's sleuthing renews speculation about such famous unsolved mysteries as the death of the great Australian runner Phar Lap and the suspicious shooting of millionaire William Woodward Jr. Originally published in hardcover in 2000, "Great Horse Racing Mysteries earned a Ben Franklin Award for best mystery and widespread praise from reviewers.
Murder, suicide, arson, fraud . . . McEvoy examines several unsolved mysteries and some of the most fascinating tales of the racing world.
Examines several unsolved mysteries of the racing world-- murder...suicide...arson...fraud....Definitely some of horse racing's strangest, most fascinating tales.
About the Author
McEvoy is a former newspaper reporter and college english professor. He served as Midwest editor and senior writer for Daily Racing Form.
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