McNally's Risk

An Archy McNally Novel
Narrated by: Boyd Gaines
Length: 2 hrs and 42 mins
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When elegant, drop-dead gorgeous Theodosia Johnson steps ashore in Palm Beach, even the most jaded roving eyes stop to notice. Sophisticated champagne heir Chauncy Wilson Sachville-Hersfoth is equally enchanted by this mysterious beauty, but when he proposes marriage to her, Chauncy's mother isn't nearly so impressed.

Archy McNally, the brilliant, blithe-spirited hero of McNally's Luck and McNally's Secret, returns to unravel the puzzle surrounding Miss Johnson. However, he too falls under her romantic spell...and bodies begin to appear like uninvited guests at a poolside dinner party.

Shocking, swank, and more fun than a weekend in Palm Beach, McNally's Risk is full of sure-fire suspense that only Lawrence Sanders can deliver.

©1993 Lawrence A. Sanders (P)1993 Simon & Schuster Inc. All rights reserved. AUDIOWORKS is an imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster Inc.

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"Its quick pace and vocal clarity make this tale of murder and money easy and enjoyable to follow....The variety in Gaines' delivery enables the listener to identify the characters quickly and to delight in the details of Palm Beach society." (AudioFile)

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Another Mcnally Gem

Mr. Saunders has done it again. His most famous character, Archy Mcnally, sleuth to the rich and famous is back, and this time it's an art heist. This may be the best book in the series. the only noticible flaw is the absence of the loveably Binky. all in all though, a great whodunnit

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