REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret

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McNally's SecretNot so discreet Beneath the glaring sun of Palm Beach and behind the lowest crimes of h Sex lies blackmail Archy McNally is a freewheeling playboy who specializes in Discreet Inuiries for the rich and not so d.

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Iscreet Beneath the glaring sun of Palm Beach and behind the lowest crimes of high society he is paid to keep family skeletons in the closet But when it comes to sex and scandal he has a few secrets of his own..

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  • Robin Donovan

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretSanders' character Archie McNally is nothing short of brilliant He's an affluent living intelligent capable underachiever and he's fine with that He didn't make it through law school to make his stuffy old law firm dad happy but he manages to solve some tricky problems that Dad's clients seem to get themselves into regularly He can't afford luxurious digs so he lives with Mom and Dad how else would a guy with his resources be able to live right on the water and have servants at his disposal He has a fabulous and devoted steady girl to whom he has made promises and he's devoted to a mom with the early stages of dementia who comes across as a fading character from times long past except when her assessment of her devoted but priggish husband make it clear that she is sharper than most His sleuthing efforts combine a mix of street smarts savoir fair charm and charisma and bullshit When mixed together his


  • HBalikov

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretLet's go back about a uarter of a century to THAT Palm Beach Florida The one that Donald Trump was so anxious to be accepted into Then there was still a lot of the old money around and the need to fit in to a society that those recently ri


  • Chris

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretArchie McNally is a 37 year old single guy that lives in the attic of his parents' house He does investigation work for his lawyer father In the first of this series he is investigating the disappearance of some very valuable stamps for one of his father's very wealthy clients I loved the smart irreverent humor the surprise ending and Archie's respectful and loving relationship with his parents I will definitely be reading about Archie and family


  • Zain

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretLoved ItA nice smooth mystery with a touch of out dated charm McNallys Secret is a good mystery I don’t know much about the eighties but I get a feel that that’s the period during


  • Julie Fruchtman

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretI find that all of the McNally books are perfect palette cleansersAny time that I finish heavy reading I pick up one of the McNally mysteries and they never fail to amuse and ground me


  • Maureen DeLuca

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretOh my gosh I read this book sooo many years ago and while I was waiting for books to come in I saw that I could read this one again I absolutely LOVE Archy While I was reading this book a few things came back to me The details of his breakfast lunch and dinners OMG I was getting hungry just re reading this Such a fun fun fun book Brings back memories needing a dime for a pay phone for example


  • Julie

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretI received this book from Open Road Media and Netgalley This is a re issue of the first McNally mystery by Lawrence Sanders in digital formatI have read Lawrence Sanders before but never the McNally series Archy McNally womanizer detective in his father's law firm and still living at home lives the good life in Palm Beach FloridaWhen his father assigns him the job of finding out who stole a set of collectable stamps from the infamous Lady Horiwitz McNally uncovers a clever scheme In the meantime Archy has met a woman that has him thinking along the lines of a long term relationship The dialogue is witty and funny the insight into life in Palm Beach is hilarious but the plot was a little thin Too much time was spent following Archy around while he moons over his new girlfriend and not enough time spent on the mystery There were some real shockers in the plot but they came a bit too late in the storyI'm still on board for in the McNally series Hopefully the characters develop a bit


  • Greer Andjanetta

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretThe 'Archie McNally' stories by Lawrence Sanders are all essentially the same small mysteries sometimes murders taking place in Palm Beach Florida Each book features descriptions of AM's food clothing girlfriends and lifestyle and while repetitive after two or books all stories make good light entertaining reading The plots are virtually indistinguishable but Sanders' excellent writing style above average vocabulary and non reliance on profanity and foul language to give his characters colour makes any one of these books a read to enjoyThe above reviewdescription also applies to two other books read in the same month 'McNally's Gamble' and 'McNally's Luck'


  • Linda

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretThe mystery and the story were fine But I was completely distracted by the fact that while it was set in 1990's Florida everyone spoke as if they lived in the 1930's Referring to a woman as a cupcake and a man as lad Discussion of old maids or spinsters A reference to Gibson Girls The formal dialogue between father and adult son I kept being convinced it was set in the 30s after all and then I'd remember the references to the Mazda Miata or a cellular phone Oh well It was an entertaining enough story but the incongruous dialogue continually annoyed me


  • Mike

    REVIEW ´ McNally's Secret McNally's SecretI first encountered Sanders' work back in '80 or '81 reading The Sixth Commandment and I was captured The word pictures he paints are gloriousThis is the first in the series of Archy a semi disreputable scion of a well to do lawyerly enterprise His father is the lawyer and the son occupies a tiny office looking into the shadowy corners of the clientsThis time four priceless stamps have been stolen from a wealthy lady and Archy does his best to juggle his romantic interests with looking for the culprit