McNally's Risk

McNally's Risk

McNally s Risk A butterfly tattoo in a very private place could be the key to solving a murder spree in Archy McNally s third case in the sweaty seedy society of Palm Beach first printing ad promo

  • Title: McNally's Risk
  • Author: Lawrence Sanders
  • ISBN: 9780399138164
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A butterfly tattoo in a very private place could be the key to solving a murder spree in Archy McNally s third case in the sweaty, seedy society of Palm Beach 175,000 first printing 100,000 ad promo.

    McNally s Risk Archy McNally Lawrence Sanders, Victor Apr , McNally s Risk Archy McNally Lawrence Sanders, Victor Bevine on FREE shipping on qualifying offers The unbeatable master of suspense returns, in a wickedly wayward case of artists, models, and murder If larceny is good for the soul McNally s Risk Archy McNally, by Lawrence Sanders McNALLY S RISK by Lawrence Saunders is the rd book in the Archie McNally series, where the Palm Beach playboy is back at work at his father s law firm having been assigned a discreet inquiry case that involves a background check on a beautiful young woman who is engaged to the son of a client, and is also the model in a recently featured painting by a famous local artist. McNally s Risk by Lawrence Sanders NOOK Book eBook Archy McNally is in fine form in these two entertaining tales read by Adam Henderson Archy finds himself sleuthing for only the third time in McNally s Risk he s back home in Palm Beach after being expelled from Yale Law School for streaking and working at investigating neosocialite Theodosia McNally s Risk The Archy McNally Series Book Kindle Apr , McNally s Risk The Archy McNally Series Book Kindle Edition including McNally s Risk, published in , hints that there might be some measure of truth to his fiction If you ever read the newspapers at all in South Florida, or watch the ten o clock news, you can see for yourself what the hub bub is all about This item McNally s McNally s Risk Audiobook by Lawrence Sanders Audible In a play filled with murders, only Archy McNally South Florida s premiere sleuth about town created by Lawrence Sanders can separate the actors from the genuine article, and bring down the curtain on the latest and most enjoyable of McNally s follies. McNally s Risk book by Lawrence Sanders Buy a cheap copy of McNally s Risk book by Lawrence Sanders Irrepressible playboy private investigator Archy McNally must resist the seductive endeavors of a beautiful temptress who is at the center of his case Reissue Free shipping over .

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    I love the McNally series. As always, a combination of humor and drama. In many ways, they are similar to Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum novels. I like Sanders a lot. I love the fact that he can write in such different genres. Although I know what to expect from his McNally series, it is always a pleasant surprise to read any of his other books.

    "It would be indelicate to describe those gifts that qualified her for employment in a topless car wash. Suffice to say that she was well-qualified."What an unexpectedly pleasant read! The third novel in Lawrence Sanders' Archy McNally series, McNally's Risk (1993) is a light, breezy, entertaining book. An unassuming trifle yet such an agreeable waste of time! The readers will not need to exercise their brains to enjoy the plot and the writing.Mrs. Smythe-Hersforth, a rich Palm Beach matron with [...]

    I am just plowing through this series. I love Archie and his sartorial pleasures. The description of the food, the women, how he loves his car, the life he leads, really fun to read. I love the Yiddish words thrown in, and of course the mysteries. Every character is distinct and necessary. I like that the sex is not described, and hope he may eventually be faithful! Archie is not equal to Myron Bolitar and John Cory in my mystery men crushes.

    Archy McNally works as an investigator for his father's law firm. In this story he is asked to look into the background of a beautiful woman who wants to marry the son of a wealthy client. As with other books in the series, Archy's task becomes much more involved. And as in other books, he becomes romantically involved with this woman and finds that her father and a well-know artist become involved. Multiple murders occur, and Archy takes a dangerous risk as he goes about solving the crimes and [...]

    I never imagined myself reading a Lawrence Sanders novel. I was leaving on a short trip and this was one of the thinnest books on my shelf so I grabbed it on my way out the door.The protagonist, Archy McNally, a Palm Beach P.I is an interesting character with the requisite number of skills and foibles. In this case he runs into an accomplished con-man and his excruciatingly beautiful daughter.Most of the other characters are fairly well drawn and interesting. A few are pure caricatures. The plot [...]

    Archy McNally is at it again. Sent by his father to investigate what appears to be a simple situation -- a rich, socialite client wants the woman her son wants to marry investigated. Of course it becomes much more than that as murders start to occur. Can the seemingly unrelated murders be related? Archy has a feeling they are. Meanwhile being the typical Archy he becomes involved with another woman, the one he is supposed to be investigating.Lots of twists and turns as Archy dresses in his uncon [...]

    This is another fun Archy McNally murder mystery in the setting of the rich in West Palm. I love the stretching vocabulary (stodgy, chatelaines, pater,pourboire) and the descriptions of Archy’s outfits (including his hats)-pale pink linen suit with a deep lavender polo shirt of Sea Island cotton, tasseled white loafers without socks ---- always in my mind’s eye, I can picture this character and actually can think of couple characters in my real life that can pull it off!!!!! I am beginning t [...]

    First Lawrence Sanders book I've read and I'll be back to read more of the McNally series. I was impressed by its fun style—I became immersed in the witty Archy McNally's lifestyle with his parents while he hobnobbed with the Florida elite and solved the mystery of the beautiful, enigmatic Theodosia Johnson and a series of murders. Sanders develops wonderful characters who decorate a fast-paced, engaging story. Highly recommended.

    McNally's Risk (Archy McNally #3)by Lawrence SandersGOOD 3.87 · Rating Details · 1,514 Ratings · 39 ReviewsSex, scandal, and suspicion. Palm Beach playboy sleuth Archy McNally is seduced by the very temptress he's been hired to investigate. Theodosia Johnson has a past as provocative as her butterfly tattoo. And a future as questionable as her shocking flirtations with marriage, McNally, and murder.

    Madam X (aka Theodosia) is so gorgeous men can't think straight about her. Investigator Archy is one of the many in a blissful state of delirium. But her father has a very sinister friend and no recorded past. Archy is determined to put a stop to the deaths in Theodosia's vicinity.I'm enjoying the McNally mysteries. Archy is simultaneously insouciant and dedicated, an amusing combination that will pour smoothly down your throat.

    I read these three Archy McNally tales in a three book volume I found at a second hand store. I see in the front that there are 4 more in the series, which I'm definitely going to try to read. In this one, I noticed how many words the narrator uses that I've had to look up - somewhat obscure words, but accurately used. So it does have an educationally redeeming quality! At any rate, good reading.

    This book was mind-numbing. My mother gave me the first 5 of them and I have yet to figure out why. Maybe she just didn't want them anymore. I am not a hundred-percent sure my mother has ever read them, actually. She would have hated them too. The rest of the review is here: antiquestar/2012/

    That Archy is a rascal. A simple discrete inquiry leads to three dead bodies. All of which revolve around a new beauty. Who quickly grabs Archy's attention (and a little more). One of the victims has a dark secret that I haven't encountered with this author before (only my third book) but added a little more depth to the character. And it was handled as well as could be.

    Archy McNally is his usual incorrigible self--smart, witty, and charming. Another one of his "discreet inquiries" uncovers more than originally promised, but Archy links the pieces. These books move at a quick pace and without growing stale. A good refresher after serious reads.

    A great book, one I had kept to reread as I enjoy the offbeat mystery/light romance/HEA/suspense feel of this author, who I can't compare to anyone else. Am going to see if I can find more by this author, as it left me feeling upbeat and was a nice respite from the hectic holidays.

    The Risk was a Brisk ReadGreat character development and description of lavish life in Florida. I especially enjoyed the words used to describe activities in the book. A good read.

    Archibald McNally has probably become my favorite fictional character. His playboy charm, his '800 watt' smile, and the meticulous ways in which Sanders describes his daily life; it makes one want to be best friends with Archie. Definite must-read for all Sanders' fans!

    What can't you love about these books - the food descriptions alone are enough to keep me reading. I listened to this one on a road trip and was surprised at the voiced they used for Archie. He was actually masculine.

    Another fun installment of Archy McNally, Palm Spring's sleuth-about-town; I luv Sanders writing, how he mixes a smart, suspenseful whodunit, with amusing prose and a smooth wit, and he does it best with his McNally books.

    Love this series.Never have I enjoyed looking up so many words as I have thanks to Archy and his vocabulary. I read 1, 2, and 3 in five days. Great fun.

    I loved the book. I especially loved the way it was written, as though he, the main character, was telling you, the reader, the story in person. All in all, a great read.

    The McNally books are all quick and entertaining to read. I loved the description and found these books to be well worth reading.

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