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Fletch, as unbridled as ever and still living the good life in Italy on his ill-gotten fortune, gets a surprising visit from two surly FBI agents. The pair offers him a deal: either he attend the American Journalism Alliance convention and work as an undercover spy for them, or be shipped back to headquarters and face jail time for tax evasion.

Reluctantly agreeing to the scheme, he catches a red-eye flight back to the States. But just as rubber hits tarmac in Virginia, news breaks on a murder at the convention. The victim - a newspaper tycoon and former employer of I. M. Fletch - was no stranger to enemies. And at a hotel full of reporters who'd all had their dealings with the tyrannical leader, everyone's a suspect.

©2018 Gregory Mcdonald (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • W. Heafner
  • 06-09-18

not as good as the first two

first book was great, second was ok, third was disappointing. About as much plot as an episode of CSI

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  • Kaiyaque
  • 02-06-21

Dated but still fun

The Fletch and Flynn books were a bit of a rage in my group of friends, especially since Flynn was based in our area. Fifty years later, the books are still fun, if rather out of date. I now prefer the Flynn series. He is a somewhat more believable protagonist than Fletch, even if his organization is fantastical.

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  • roseanna banana
  • 04-05-21

What?

some how at the end of every Fletch book I'm lost. I have to go back and listen to the last couple of chapters. I really enjoy these books. It is always very interesting to see how convoluted some of these stories are. Miller does a good job performing these books. Thanks!