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McNally's Caper: Archy McNally, Book 4 | [Lawrence Sanders]

McNally's Caper: Archy McNally, Book 4

In a low-down, high-society caper, sleuth Archie McNally investigates a family that is as mysterious as the House of Usher - and twice as twisted. By the author of McNally's Puzzle.
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In a low-down, high-society caper, sleuth Archie McNally investigates a family that is as mysterious as the House of Usher - and twice as twisted. By the author of McNally's Puzzle.

©1994 Lawrence A. Sanders Enterprises, Inc. (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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    Ted Lancaster, PA, United States 06-02-15
    Ted Lancaster, PA, United States 06-02-15 Member Since 2010

    Don't know what I want to be when I grow up. Trip's cool though. Use Audible to make gym-training sane... And rip my imagination.

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    "Um, This One Drags A Little"

    Archey McNally's a time traveler. A kind of sojourner. No… no… He's the mind that time forgot. Somehow Archey's in a 1940-1950's bubble of culture while computers, cell phones, and rock and roll clamor all around him. He kind of channels both Nick and Nora Charles. Never heard of them? Uh-huh, that's sort of my point.
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    It's the sex predator women in the McNally books who prey on Archey and grab your attention with the instant familiarity which they grab onto Archey's not-so-private parts. Every one of them's "wicked" in the old-time sense but screw-ball correct in the way-above-the-middle-class whirled and whirlings where Archie makes discrete inquiries into every sort of zany indiscretion.
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    And while "Caper" is typical Archie… His 'typical' drags a little with this plot. Still, "Caper" was a perfect companion for a 500 mile ride to a vacation week. Just as Sander's next McNally, "Trial" will be on the way back.
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    Archie McNally is made to fill in life's boring holes – then disappear without leaving even a bump in your memory.
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    Oh Victor Bevine is a terrific actor keeping the zany cast separate, distinct, and just as dramatic as they need to be. I totally enjoy Consuela's devastating voice. Thanks to Bevine, she's worth the price of the books.

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