The Palm Beach private eye is back--in three more adventures by the #1 New York Times-bestselling author and "master of suspense" (The Washington Post).
In his long-running, New York Times
-bestselling mystery series set in South Florida, Edgar Award-winning author Lawrence Sanders gave readers "his most delightful character"--a charming playboy turned Palm Beach PI by the name of Archy McNally (Chicago Tribune
: In this New York Times
bestseller, Griswold Forsythe II wants to know which greedy, conniving relative is making off with the family treasures, including an original Picasso and an irreplaceable Edgar Allan Poe first edition. Suspects abound, including the sexy Forsythe women who all seem to find McNally irresistible. But things take a nasty turn when Griswold is murdered.McNally's Trial
: In the past six months, Whitcomb Funeral Homes in southern Florida has shipped out five hundred dead bodies. Why are so many caskets leaving the Sunshine State and being airlifted to New York, Boston, and Chicago? Called in to investigate, McNally's about to blow the lid off a most unusual case in this New York Times
: Hiram Gottschalk, the owner of the Palm Beach shop Parrots Unlimited, fears for his life. He turns to McNally after someone slashes a photo of him and his late wife and then wrings the neck of his beloved pet bird. Turns out he was right to be scared. When his client is stabbed in his sleep, McNally's determined to ruffle some feathers to find the killer.