Dead Heat is a story of obsessionsof people driven to pursue their dreams and their desires at whatever cost. The haunted young woman who shows up one day outside the horse trainer, Jake Fontana's tack room at the Santa Anita racetrack is not merely looking for work, but has an agenda: she wants to become a great race rider.
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About the Author
William Murray was a staff writer at "The New Yorker" for more than thirty years and authored more than twenty novels and works of nonfiction, including "City of the Soul" and "The Last Italian," He died shortly after completing this book.