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Bonecrack (Dramatised)

Length: 1 hr and 24 mins
Categories: Film, Radio & TV, General
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Neil Griffon is abducted by two men who demand that he destroy his father's horses and racing stable - or die.

Here's a BBC radio full-cast dramatisation of Dick Francis' thriller novel, starring Frances Matthews, Caroline Blakison, and Mark Colleano.

©1989, 2004 BBC Audiobooks LTD (P)1989, 2004 BBC Audiobooks LTD

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  • 09-06-2011

An Definite "Buy" During Audible's Sale!

Excellent BBC casting and performances make this a true bargain, especially when offered at discount during Audible's seasonal sales. The son of a hospitalized horse trainer assumes temporary management of the family stables, only to face extortion, murder and other unmanageable ills! Naturally, in good Francis fashion, redemption wins out.

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  • Penny
  • 09-06-2020

Fast paced and furious

The story is all about horseracing and one man’s obsession - with his son. Although the story is gripping and the characters interesting, the abridgment is so severe that it takes on more of an air of fantasy than thriller.