When Sir Henry Farrington, owner of the greatest racing stable in England, died, there was tremendous speculation as to who would inherit his estate. Sir Henry’s relatives all had expectations.
David Beckett’s problems were much of his own making. Reckless, impatient, attractive to women, but surprisingly naïve, he finds himself agreeing to take a gang of criminals and a stolen load of gold bullion from England to Tangiers aboard his ocean-going yacht.
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