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Gregory Mcdonald (February 15, 1937 – September 7, 2008) was an American mystery writer whose most famous character is investigative reporter Irwin Maurice "Fletch" Fletcher.

Gregory Mcdonald (February 15, 1937 – September 7, 2008) was an American mystery writer whose most famous character is investigative reporter Irwin Maurice "Fletch" Fletcher. 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. This is the only time a novel and its sequel won back-to-back Edgars

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Confess, Fletch The flight from Rome had been pleasant enough, even if. .

Confess, Fletch The flight from Rome had been pleasant enough, even if the business he was on wasn’t exactly. Two of the Fletch books have 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. This is the only time a novel and its sequel won back-to-back Edgars. Gregory Mcdonald - (15 février 1937 à Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 7 septembre 2008 à Pulaski, Tennessee) est un écrivain américain auteur de romans, et en particulier de romans policiers.

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After a few delays and without the benefit of a rehearsal, it looks like Fletch is finally getting hitched. Annotation. Author: Gregory McDonald. After a few delays and without the benefit of a rehearsal, it looks like Fletch is finally getting hitched. It’s a small affair, just a few friends, the bride’s parents, the groom’s mother, and, just maybe, his father. Except Fletch’s father is supposed to be dead. But somebody delivered the letter, signed Fletch (senior) and containing an invitation (and a pair of plane tickets) to visit the old man in Nairobi for the honeymoon

Книга жанра: Старинная литература, Старинная литература: Прочее. Millions of things just like it, so I hear. This is the one I’ve got ahold of.

Книга жанра: Старинная литература, Старинная литература: Прочее. Right. That’s the one. What will I do with it? she asked. I can always grow another. My father. My sneakers? he asked. I gave them to the laundry man. I doubt you’ll get them back. Fletch stood in the middle of the room, dripping from a second shower.

The author of twenty-six books, including eleven Fletch novels and four Flynn mysteries. He lives in Tennessee. He has twice won the Mystery Writers of America’s prestigious Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best Mystery Novel, and was the first author to win for both a novel and its sequel.

Hinewen
I have read all of the Gregory McDonald Fletch and Flynn books. I enjoy they all, although Flynn is my favorite. I am a fan, although McDonald's writing style is strange. It moves fast, is sometimes puzzling, and always has twists and turns. This is the ONE book that I actually figured out the final twist. That is very unlike me, or the author (to allow me enough leeway to get it ahead of time). If you have read his other books, then this is much the same type of style. Quirky, funny, and not superficial. The main character, Fletch, however, was less "ahead of the action" than in the other books. In the other books, he investigates and pretty much knows more than anyone else. This time, he was lead around. More like "The Stranger" by Camus, but with a modern and strange view. Still worth the read, and I hope McDonald keeps them coming. By the way, I have always thought that McDonald wrote these books while slightly high. They are just enough skewed that I say "bizarre" a few times on each book.
BlackHaze
I have been reading the Fletch series for years, and Fletch, Too is by far the best. Far from home and his cultural comfort zone, Fletch and his new wife find themselves on an unexpected adventure through east Africa on, as usual, multiple wild goose-chases. Flying, sailing, trekking, and driving through Africa, Fletch meets with all that is amazing about the dark continent. Wildlife, wild men, and wild women make this book more vivid than most, as Fletch et al. search for many mysterious pasts. What they discover is the richness of Africa that has lured many and frightened off even more. Having worked extensively in Africa, I can attest to the accuracy and well-researched realism and amazing detail embedded in this dramatic tale. This is a must read, on my top 5. Mcdonlad out-did himself with this one.
Weetont
A great dialog - fast pace - original. I really enjoyed it. Nothing wrong with the plot either. Read and enjoy!
Celak
Super good!!! This is second prequel and directly picks up same week as "Fletch Won". Flech got married and got a letter from hsi father and trip to meet him in Africa. This is a superb novel and as fun as "Fletch Won".
Uscavel
Very interesting insight into east African culture and intercultural understanding, Fletch-style. Recommended for anyone interested in Fletch or culture or people.
Porgisk
As described
snowball
"Fletch, Too" is the sequel to "Fletch Won." It picks up the story of Fletch's wedding just as "Fletch Won" leaves off. The titles of these two books give away where they fit in the Fletch universe. Chronologically, Fletch Won (1) and Fletch, Too (2) are books 1 and 2 of the series.

It begins with a crazy wedding ceremony on a bluff in the rain, takes off as Fletch and his bride Barbara change horses in midstream at the airport en route to their honeymoon and end up in Nairobi, Kenya, with skis, poles, and only ski clothing. An invitation from a long-thought dead father will do that. The goofiness and the twisted explanations for their gear and clothing are hilarious. But, after that it sort of devolves to a plot-less meandering as so many of these books do.
On the day of his wedding to Barbara, Fletch receives a letter from his long lost dad who claims to be in Africa and needs Fletch's assisance for some reason. Intead of going on their honeymoon to Colorado, Fletch and Barbara fly over to Kenya to meet with the enigmatic Walter Fletcher, but there's no sign of him. Only his pal Peter Carr.

While freshening up in the airport toilet, Fletch half witnesses a murder in which a man is stabbed to death. He tries to put this to the back of his mind as along with Carr and Barbara he flies around the desert and jungles looking at animals and trying to discover lost cities.

That's really about it, I'm afraid. Gregory MacDonald coughed-up a rather tepid story this time around. There no real sense of mystery or crime solving and there's far too much detail put into Fletch and Barbara's sightseeing and dinner/menu choices. It's more like an episode of Murder She Wrote than a real, solid whodunnit.

And what is the deal with the character of Juma and all that 'penis' stuff near the end? Why is he having group sex for no apparent reason? I so totally do not get that! I'll admit that this book was heading for a 2-star review but a surprise twist right at the very end turned the whole thing around and genuinely shocked me. But it's a lot of bore to trudge through to get to it. Methinks that MacDonald probably visited Kenya shortly before writing and was so impressed he felt like sending Fletch there to do exactly what he did; sit around in restaurants and going sight-seeing.

Some stronger inspiration could have helped the story, but it's still a good read for Fletch fans.
Fletch Too (HB) ebook
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Gregory Mcdonald
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Orion Publishing Co (February 1, 1987)
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224 pages
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4.4
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