Blister Jones is a horse trainer, and the ten stories contained in this volume are stories of racing and racing life. The tales, after one becomes accustomed to the weird language, are clever and interesting. Certain little paragraphs of description demonstrate clearly that the author can write real English when he is so inclined, and that he has a good idea of what may make a good story, for several of these tales have excellent bits of plots. The author draws his characters, as well as his horses, remarkably well.
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