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The Dilemma

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    Available in PDF Format | The Dilemma.pdf | English
    Jenny Pitman(Author) Lesley Manville(Reader)

After the death of her former husband, her priority has been to provide for her two young children. But the world of horseracing is often rife with treachery and corruption.

Having been betrayed by a family of owners and lost seven horses as a result, Jan is desperate. When Gary West, an Australian billionaire, asks her to find and train eight premium National Hunt horses - it seems too good to be true. But just as things are looking up for Jan, Gary's massive, multi-faced business empire is running into trouble, and he is becoming increasingly elusive.

In the midst of this compelling tale is the story of a woman's yearning for emotional support and a chance to secure stability for her family. Eddie Sullivan, it seems, might be the man she needs, but he too has a past to deal with and Jan must face perhaps the most painful dilemma of her life . . .

'Move over Dick Francis and John Francome - there's a new kid on the block' Evening Telegraph --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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  • By peter tribe on 28 July 2017

    god service -good product

  • By Guest on 24 July 2004

    Great book and I have been suitably impressed with this series, it has taken me a long while to find a set of books which I have enjoyed so much. Perhaps its because I'm quite in to horses and enjoy reading an adult book, I feel is aimed at women, that doesn't have sex on EVERY page (a bit of romantic writing, as used here, is great but I don't need it shoved down my throat thanks!), instead it is witty, gripping, romantic, emotional and I just couldn't put it down, it is easy to identify with Jan whether in her struggle to succeed at what she wants to do or in her love life.However I was frustrated at the way this book ended, although I can see why the author has done this, rest assured I will follow the next book straight over the finish line..: )

  • By Guest on 18 September 2005

    i could not put this book down, the plot was so amazing and i was on here looking for more of them i have already ordered the vendretta, Definate buy!

  • By Carolyn Griffiths on 26 July 2004

    I enjoyed this book and have enjoyed her others especially the autobiography.

  • By GW on 9 July 2014

    Coming late to Jenny Pitman's books I didn't read the series in the right order but soon sorted everything out because each novel made events very clear. Very enjoyable. Could go back and read them all again.

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