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Lawrence Sanders (1920–1998) was the New York Times bestselling author of more than forty mystery and suspense novels. The Anderson Tapes, completed when he was fifty years old, received an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for best first novel. His prodigious oeuvre encompasses the Edward X. Delaney, Archy McNally, and Timothy Cone series, along with his acclaimed Commandment books. Stand-alone novels include Sullivan's Sting and Caper. Sanders remains one of America’s most popular novelists, with more than fifty million copies of his books in print.
The nationwide bestseller that launched the career of Lawrence Sanders and introduced his most famous character, Edward X. Delaney, hero of the "Deadly Sin" series of novels. "The novel races forward, accelerating in action and suspense."--The New York Times.
Posted August 1, 2010
When I read the description for this book, I was a little hesitant because it said the story was told through fragments of police reports, interrogations, reports of wiretaps, and statements. As I began to read it, however, I was drawn into the story and I came to appreciate the author's clever idea of structuring the story in this manner. The action moves forward, the characters develop and you can imagine the scenes as the story unfolds. It kept my attention and was interesting. I recommend this book without reservation.
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Posted March 19, 2013
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