Such is the case with Dick Francis and his love of horse racing, which he's managed to blend into some 29 mystery novels to date.
Dead Cert is Dick Francis' first novel, published in 1962.
Dick Francis, still another private, was the last man on the list Craddock had so laboriously compiled.
It has also featured in the books of Dick Francis.
Up to now, Dick Francis has owned the horse racing mystery novel, and he still does.
The common ground between Gamble and the Dick Francis back catalogue is extensive.
It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Dick Francis.
His prose is clear and supple, with something of Dick Francis in it.
Read, for a splendid example of this, any of the books of Dick Francis.
Either that or Dick Francis has been reading my mail.