Praise for the Jack Doyle Mysteries... 'John McEvoy is a racing expert whose knowledge permeates the pages.' -Publishers Weekly of The Significant Seven Jack Doyle, former advertising man and ama-teur boxer, accepts a new job as a thoroughbred jockey's agent for Mickey Sheehan, a 17-year-old riding phenom from Ireland. Mickey and Jack are an effective team until someone begins secretly doping the horses. To identify the culprit, Doyle calls in his old friend Moe Kellman, furrier-to-the-Mob; trainer Ralph Tenuta, himself the target of a blackmailer; and veterinarian Ingrid McGuire, a talented horse communicator. Moving from Chicago's Heartland Downs to New York's Saratoga Race Course to Mob capo Fifi Bonadio's lavish yacht in Chicago's Belmont Harbor, will Jack's persistent push for answers get him killed? John McEvoy, former Midwest editor and senior correspondent for Daily Racing Form, is the author of five previously published nonfiction books on thoroughbred horse racing. He lives in Illinois.