by Published for the Detective Book Club by W.J. Black in Roslyn, N.Y .
Written in English
|Other titles||Borrowed alibi., Home and murder.|
|Statement||by John Creasey. The borrowed alibi / by Lesley Egan. Home and murder / by Aaron Marc Stein.|
|Contributions||Egan, Lesley, 1921-, Stein, Aaron Marc, 1906-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165, 171, 165 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
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Sham (April 9, – April 3, ), was an American thoroughbred race horse and leading three year-old in , but was overshadowed by his more famous peer, was dark bay, almost black in color. He raced in the green and yellow silks of his owners, Sigmund and Viola Sommer, with matching : Claiborne Farm, Sigmund Sommer. I first read "Death of a Racehorse" as a college student. I spotted a copy of his collection, "American Mirror: A distinguished writer on courage," in a used-book store. 2. Reason for Death (Select one of the options below) a. Injury b. Illness c. Owner’s request d. Other (input into comments box) PART C - Death of Racehorse (Complete when lodging notification of Death of Racehorse) No change in Ownership. The American Jockey Club publishes a database of injuries that lists fatalities in According to the organization, the fatality rate dropped 14 percent from the year before, from per.