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Fletch by Gregory McDonald

Alternate cover for ISBN 0380006456FletchHe’s an investigative reporter whose methods are a little unorthodox Currently he’s living on the beach with the strung out trying to find to the source of the drugs they live for FletchH. When posing as a drug addict on the beach to find out the source of the beach s main dealer Fletch is hired by a rich man dying of cancer to kill him But does Alan Stanwyk really have cancer That s what Fletch wants to find outI ve watched both Fletch movies but not for a couple decades at least When this popped up on one of my cheap o ebook emails I snapped it upFletch the book is a pretty good dialogue driven mystery Fletch the character is a smooth talker a man not afraid to tell bold faced lies to get the information he wants While he shares the dry deliver of Chevy Chase from the movie Fletch he s no Chevy Chase There are no shots of Fletch falling down no acting like an idiot no Doctor Rosenpenis The IM Fletchter of the book is a much darker character a Vietnam vet who treats people like crap and throws cats out of seven story windows if the mood strikes him He also shares a sleeping bag with a fifteen year old junkie on the beachLike the movie the book is full of uotable dialogue I eventually uit highlighting things and just tore through the book It s very readable and probably 75% dialogue It tipped to what was going on in both plot threads but I wasn t very far ahead of Fletch I enjoyed it while I was reading it but not enough to grab another book in the series Hell the ending makes it seem like there shouldn t be any books I imagine McDonald caved to pressure to write thoughFletch is a lot darker than the movie version but still an enjoyable read 35 out of 5 stars

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So when multimillionaire Alan Stanwyk offers Fletch the job of a lifetime which could be worth a fortune he’s intrigued and decides to do a little investigation What he discovers is that the proposition is anything but what it see. The lone man in my book club likes only very dry factual NO speculation history or so I thought It turns out that he likes mysteries so I asked him to recommend a few hoping we could find some common ground I really like him and his partner Sylvia This was the first book he recommended I did enjoy it it was light amusing I m surprised as it wasn t at all what I expected him to like I love finding layers of people that are surprising La bondad de los extraños intrigued and decides to do a little Willy the Wizard investigation What he discovers Off-side is that the proposition Enséñame más it see. The lone man Wonder (The Books of Marvella, in my book club likes only very dry factual NO speculation history or so I thought It turns out that he likes mysteries so I asked him to recommend a few hoping we could find some common ground I really like him and his partner Sylvia This was the first book he recommended I did enjoy Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set it The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase it was light amusing I m surprised as The Tunnel it wasn t at all what I expected him to like I love finding layers of people that are surprising

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E’s taking than a little flack from his editor She doesn’t appreciate his style Or the expense account items he’s racking up Or his definition of the word deadline Or the divorce lawyers who keep showing up at the officeFletch. This was a pretty enjoyable read and an interesting story I don t believe I ever saw the movie yet I still thought of Chevy Chase as Fletch possibly partially due to the audiobook s narrator Grover Gardner who may have sounded a bit like him Or maybe that was just my imagination and it s because I knew Chevy Chase played the character In any case I can easily imagine Chevy Chase as Fletch who is good at being a bit goofy while acting totally serious He s very good at making up stories in order to get information even to the point of making someone believe they knew each other and remembering their time together even though they never met He uses this talent successfully in his job as a reporter and can get bits of information until he finally comes up with the whole story In this book it seems as if he might be the only one to know this story in its entiretyIt was an interesting story with lots of seemingly unrelated people and events that come together in the end


10 thoughts on “Fletch by Gregory McDonald

  1. says:

    Fletch Fletch #1 Gregory McDonaldFletch is a 1974 mystery novel by Gregory Mcdonald the first in a series featuring the character Irwin Maurice Fletcher A millionaire businessman named Alan Stanwyk approaches Fletch to hi

  2. says:

    When posing as a drug addict on the beach to find out the source of the beach's main dealer Fletch is hired by a rich man dying of cancer to kill him But does Alan Stanwyk really have cancer? That's what Fletch wants to find outI've watched both Fletch movies but not for a couple decades at least When this popped up on one of my cheap o ebook emails I snapped it upFletch the book is a pretty good dialogue driven mystery Fletch the

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    Treasure of the Rubbermaids 5 The Underhill Account The on going discoveries of priceless books and comics found in a stack of Rubbermaid containers previously stored and forgotten at my parent’s house and untouched for almost 20 years Thanks to my father dumping them back on me I now spend my spare time unearthing lost treasures from their plastic depthsI don’t know what it is in the DNA of American males that mak

  4. says:

    Dear FriendsI read 141 books last year however regretfully I did not meet my challenge Thus far this year I've read nine books including this book Fletch published in 1974 Out of all those books this might be the most entertaining of them all It had the elements I enjoy so much in reading books a mystery; great character development; a very likable protag who has a multitude of personal issues particularly tw

  5. says:

    This was a pretty enjoyable read and an interesting story I don't believe I ever saw the movie yet I still thought of Chevy Chase as Fletch possibly partially due to the audiobook's narrator Grover Gardner who may have sounded a bit like him Or maybe that was just my imagination and it's because I knew Chevy Chase played the character In any case I can easily imagine Chevy Chase as Fletch who is good at being a bit goofy while act

  6. says:

    Fletch is a uick read and completely satisfying as a mystery Gregory Mcdonald skillfully juggles the novel's multiple plots and threads the two

  7. says:

    The lone man in my book club likes only very dry factual NO speculation history or so I thought It turns out that he likes mysteries so I asked him to recommend a few hoping we could find some common ground I really like him and his partner Sylvia This was the first book he recommended I did enjoy it; it was light amusing

  8. says:

    In Fletch Gregory McDonald follows a basic setup of many pulp detective novels There's a well heeled client who wants to hire detective but the job is odd It's suspicious and little by little the detective it's together what

  9. says:

    Strange book I don't think it's worn well It's tightly plotted the dialogue's fun and it moves right along but it's one of those books where the main character is just untouchable you know he can never be beaten ever at anything in any way he's always right always about everything always and along the way he's going to put everyone else in their place especially the women the pesky women And he does

  10. says:

    I recently caught the classic Chevy Chase movie version of Fletch on cable which served to remind me that I'd never actually read the original source material So I rushed off to my local library and checked out FletchThe novel itself is pretty much the same basic plot as the film though there are some differences The big difference is how dialogue driven the novel is Gregory Macdonald tells the story with mini

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