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It's hazy, hot and humid in the Palm Beach world of the rich and famous, but charming, sophisticated - and street smart - investigator Archibald McNally keeps his cool, solving discreet cases for a select group of posh clients.

Things start to sizzle when Archy is hired to locate Peaches, a stolen cat owned by a wealthy real estate developer. The case, which Archy expects to be a snap, is suddenly ignited by the tycoon's sultry wife and her stunning sister, a side-trip into the occult, and a series of unlucky events that lead to murder.

Best-selling author Lawrence Sanders introduced Archibald, the intrepid investigator, in McNally's Secret. Now he brings him back to debonair, oh-so-fashionable life in this fast-paced, witty tale of murder.

©1992 Lawrence Sanders (P)1992 Simon & Schuster

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Would you try another book from Lawrence Sanders and/or Mark Linn-Baker?

Lawrence Sanders is one of my favorite mystery writers, but I would never take a chance on another abridged audio book. Critical parts of the story are missing ... most notably the ending! Don't we all read mysteries to find out who done it? Well, I never found out. Don't waste your money.

Would you ever listen to anything by Lawrence Sanders again?

Yes, I would try an unabridged book.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Anger, sadness and disappointment at the quality of the book.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful