As a fledgling reporter, Fletch is doing more flailing than anything else. That and floating around from department to department trying to figure out where he fits. His managing editor's got him pegged for the society pages, but the kind of society Fletch gets involved with is anything but polite.
His first big interview, a millionaire lawyer with a crooked streak and an itch to give away some of his ill-gotten gains, ends up dead in the News-Tribune's parking lot before Fletch can ask question number one. So Fletch goes after the murderer instead and ends up learning a thing or two about crime and punishment.
At the same time, he's supposed to be covering (or maybe uncovering) a health spa that caters to all its clients' needs and gets hired as a very personal trainer. Never mind that he's supposed to be getting married at the end of the week; Fletch has a few other engagements to take care of first.
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- Scott A.
I was really looking forward to this one. It’s different from a lot of the series and was published much later but still stays true to a young fletch.
I’ve read all these books scores of times and have owned several copies of all of them. I was so excited when they started to be released on Audible. I’m a huge McDonald fan and the first book I ever bought on audible was the only McDonald book available - Skyler. (I’m still waiting for the sequel to be release on audio format)
I was sceptical of Dan John Miller, or anyone really, portraying Fletch properly but he does a great job. And as soon as they were possible I preordered everyone one.
As we near the end of the series, here’s hoping we get to see the Flynn books, and fingers crossed - the other Skylar book.
Thank you Mr. Miller and all involved in bringing these classic works to life. I eagerly anticipate the remaining few.
In this book - everything leads to the most beautiful chaos image at the end perfectly. It’s a painting of words. Loved it.