Dick Francis, once Champion Jockey himself, is famous for his many bestselling thrillers set in the world of horse-racing. After wartime Francis became a full-time jump-jockey, winning over 350 races and becoming champion jockey of the British National Hunt. His first book was his autobiography The Sport of Queens, for which he was offered the aid of a ghostwriter, which he spurned. The book's success led to his becoming the racing correspondent for London's Sunday Express newspaper, and he continued in that job for 16 years. Francis has been long accustomed to celebrity as a British sports star, but today he is a worldwide phenomenon, having been published in 22 languages. He wrote more than 40 international best-sellers. Reflex was written by Dick Francis in 1980. It won the Edgar Allen Poe Mystery Prize for 1981. The book tells the mystery about the photographer George Millace who died in a car crash. Philip Nore has been riding horses for many years and he always wants to win. But sometimes he is told to lose, he doesn't like this and he never takes money for losing. He has reached a turning point in his life. He knows that he can't ride horses forever, but what shall he do afterwards? He doesn't even know if horses are his passion, however, he tells himself he loves them. His great passion is photography by which he gets to know George Millace's mystery. When Philip Nore begins to learn about George Millace's secrets, he realizes that his own life is in danger… You can listen online to free English audiobook “Reflex” by Dick Francis on our website.