Gregory Mcdonald

Gregory Mcdonald was an American mystery writer known for his character Irwin Maurice Fletcher, an investigative reporter who preferred the nickname "Fletch." Two of the Fletch books earned Edgar Awards from the Mystery Writers of America: Fletch was named Best First Novel in 1975, and Confess, Fletch won for Best Paperback Original in 1977. Mcdonald would go on to write seven more Fletch novels. This became the 1985 movie of the same name starring Chevy Chase.

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Whether it’s a Middle East oil crisis in the 1970s or the London Blitz during WWII, world events have a way of breeding trouble on the home front, too. That’s how Toby Rinaldi, son of a U.N. Ambassador, wound up kidnapped on his way to a California amusement park, and how Robby Burnes, orphaned son of British nobility, wound up snatched on the snowy streets of New York City. But as Robby’s famous namesake taught us, the best laid plans don’t always work out as intended. Especially not when you’re a kidnapper in the hands of Gregory Mcdonald.

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  • ISBN: 9781785651823
  • Dimensions: 198 x 130mm
  • Trade Paperback: 448pp
  • Publication date: 7 February 2017
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    Gregory Mcdonald

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