Sudden Death

Sudden Death

eBook - 2005
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- David Rosenfelt's previous novel. "Bury the Lead, was published in Mysterious Press hardcover in 6/04, and was a "Today show Book Club Pick chosen by Janet Evanovich.- "First Degree (Mysterious Press, 5/03) won raves from national publications, including "Entertainment Weekly, and starred reviews from both "Kirkus Reviews and "Publishers Weekly.- The author's debut novel. "Open and Shut (Mysterious Press, 2002), was nominated for an Edgar Award for Best First Novel and was praised in the "New York Times.- David Rosenfelt's previous three books were Featured Alternates of The Mystery Guild," with foreign rights sold in Bulgaria, France, Germany, and Japan.
Publisher: New York :, Mysterious Press,, 2005
ISBN: 9780446563888
Branch Call Number: Online eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Jan 24, 2018

I continue to enjoy the Andy Carpenter series and look forward to the next one to follow up on the inevitable loose ends that makes a series so enjoyable. This author has managed to create a character who is quite witty, self deprecating, and one who has an interesting entourage of supporting characters. I didn't get to "who done it" with disappointing speed so I could enjoy the journey there. I recommend this series to anyone who is looking for light, fun reading with a little challenge to keep it interesting!

Dec 18, 2016

(The fourth book in the Andy Carpenter series)

Feb 02, 2014

David Rosenfelt's writing is suburb, quick witted humor, great who done it. A perfect dog Tara and great supporting cast. I have read most of his Andy Carpenter books, very entertaining. Fun quick reads!!

Nov 24, 2013

I kept wondering why neither the prosecution nor the defense even mentioned evidence relating to the weapon. Andy kept harping on how devastating the physical evidence was to the defense, but questions about the gun or who owned it were never raised.

Aug 04, 2013

It was OK; nothing special. I've read a number of his other books, but this is my first with Andy Carpenter. I found the author trying to include too much humor, and a lot of it unfunny. I thought he should have devoted more to plot development - figured out the culprit too easily.

Jul 05, 2011

This is a great series. If you like Harlan Coben, you'll like these. Andy Carpenter is smart, funny & always seems to end up with clients that no one else wants. The dialogue is sharp & witty. Plots are full of action & returning characters that you get to know & care about. Look forward to the next one.

May 09, 2011

I was very disappointed with this book. I really enjoyed the previous two I read by Rosenfelt but this one seemed to be lacking the humor, the plot development, and the snappy writing


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FavouriteFiction Oct 07, 2009

The victim is Tony Preston, wide receiver for the New York Jets, and the suspect is Kenny Shcilling, the New York Giants' star running back. It's Andy Carpenter's job to investigate the seamier side of pro football and and prove his client innocent.

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