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If you like Westlake, this is the book for you.
John Dortmunder and gang stumble across some television people who want to make a television documentary on crooks, and they want to do it with the group (Andy, Tiny, Stan, etc). Read morePublished 7 months ago by The Old Man "Steve", Nampa, Id.
What can I say? It's hilarious. I love all of the Dortmunder stories. This is one of my most favorite.Published 9 months ago by LongtimeCavettFan
I've read around half of the Dortmuner novels so far and this is the only one that I found a little poor. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nigel Waspfinger
Classic Westlake style, but not as entertaining a read as the others in the Dortmunder series. Group dynamic was off.Published 15 months ago by Ann Arbor Mom
Westlake is such a master of detail and character development. You can't help but to love Dortmunder and his "string".Published 15 months ago by Lilda RockWiley
Very few better "mysteries" with that humorous twist.
Deserves all of the kudos he receives. Read more
I have read most if not all of the Dortmunder series and this is one of the best. Besides the regulars it has quite a cast of characters and they all add something to the story. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bonner '62