Mcnally's Trial
ISBN: 042514755X
EAN13: 9780425147559
Language: English
Pages: 352
Dimensions: 1" H x 6.7" L x 4.2" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound


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   One of Archie's Best
This is number five in the Archie McNally saga and it is my favorite to date. Archie's personality is in full bloom, and his mystery in which he becomes involved is an interesting puzzle. Archie's combination of charm, eccentricity, self- confidence, and amorality remains in place, but his riffs on food, clothing and romance are delightful. surging profits at a funeral home lead to murder. Binkie was given a prominent role in this episode. I love Binkie, but I also love Bertie Wooster. Don't be foolish if you don't like Wodehouse.
   GREAT GREAT GREAT and very entertaining
Great, great, and very entertaining. It is a light hearted mystery to escape from. I have read all of the books in the series. In the original series there are 6 or 7. These were written by someone else. Several more were written by someone else after the death of Sanders. They have the other man's name on them too. It's easy to tell them apart from one another. Start with the original ones. You can read them all. They are very good, but not as good as the first ones.
   A Fun Romp
If you' re looking for hard- boiled detective fiction, the Archy McNally series isn't for you. The Archy series is a romp through the criminal world of Palm Beach. Archy is sort of Albert Campion light, but Binky is more of a grown up. Always a good read.
The book is a great example of a retro storyline filled with interesting characters. The dialog fits the theme very well. Most of the good people emerge victorious from the action that is well paced.
   Whatever Happened to Editors????
If it hadn't been for the poor writing skills and lack of publication concerns, this story would have been more enjoyable. Lawrence Sanders is not a published author. I wonder what happened to editorsproofreaders, when you have to read a sentence more than once because it doesn't make sense. More and more books are showing the lack of professional publishing. What do we pay for?
   Light and breezy mystery
A mystery with a light breeze. Archy McNally is involved in an inquiry about a funeral home that is making more money than they should.
   Gotta Love Archie
I don't think it's fair to give this book a 5 star. All of his books have 5 stars. It is hard to put it down.
   Way to go, Archy!
Archy has a bit more depth of character in this adventure. Archy is asked to investigate income and shipping discrepancies that have been noticed by management of a family owned and operated mortuary. Binky wants to learn how to be a PI. Archy is responsible for his friend's involvement in dicey doings, an ' innocent' of sorts. Archy benefits from more than one relationship experience in this challenge. He is on something of a roll.
   super adventure and most appealing to Anglophiles
I enjoy all of the McNally books, but I am sad when an author I just discovered passes away before I get to read his books. Knowing that the series has ended makes each novel sad, even though I know that it is a trivial comment.