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For Your Sins

For Your Sins

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A young man with a great talent, growing up in a Dublin slum with an abusive father.

A young woman with big dreams growing up in the English countryside with a family broken by a sudden, overwhelming crime.

These are just two of the superbly drawn characters bought together in this warm, thrilling and moving novel.

Frankie Houlihan quit the priesthood for love only to face heartbreak. Trying to rebuild his life, Frankie accepts a job with the security team which investigates criminal activity in the world of horse racing, and that is how he becomes involved - in more ways then one - in a suspenseful story of kidnap, murder and family rivalry in London, Lambourn and Dublin.

Steeplechasing is still very much a country sport, and many of the horses are more like family pets than superstars. One such is Angel Gabriel and when he is kidnapped from the Cassidys' yard, the effect on the family is devastating and the consequences far reaching.

In trying to help the Cassidys rebuild their lives, Frankie Houlihan finds himself travelling down the road he didn't want to take... back into the tragedy at the heart of his own life.
First published by Harper Collins under the title Joseph's Mansions, this digital edition has been re-titled For Your Sins. It is the 4th book released by the writing partnership, Richard Pitman and Joe McNally, the first which does not feature Eddie Malloy.

Richard, former top jockey and BBC presenter rode Crisp in the famous 1973 Grand National. Joe McNally is a racing journalist and ex-marketing manager for the Grand National.


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