Flynn's In (Flynn Series #3)

Flynn's In (Flynn Series #3)

by Gregory Mcdonald

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Overview

Boston Police inspector and undercover international spy F. X. Flynn is back in this third rollicking installment of the Flynn series.



Finding himself in a complicated and sensitive dilemma, Police Commissioner Eddy D'Esopo summons Inspector Flynn to an extravagant country house hidden deep in the woods, cleverly disguised as a hunting and fishing lodge and aptly named the Rod and Gun Club. Unfortunately, Flynn hasn't been called up for a weekend of leisure, he's there to solve the mystery surrounding the death of a young and promising congressman.



Filled with America's eccentric, uber-rich and powerful elites, all fiercely dedicated to the club's secrecy, Flynn is quick to discover that this is no ordinary hunting man's getaway, and just as he begins to uncover conflicting evidence, another member is found brutally murdered.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161343760
Publisher: Blackstone Audio Inc.
Publication date: 05/09/2019
Series: Francis Xavier Flynn Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 456,052
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Gregory Mcdonald (1937–2008) insisted that he was educated while earning his way through Harvard by creating and running an international yacht troubleshooting business. A former Boston Globe reporter, he won two Edgar Allan Poe Awards for his writing as well as numerous awards for humanitarian work.

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Flynn's In (Flynn Series #3) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Flynn's In is an interesting mystery which takes place in a remote lodge in New England. I found it very atmospheric and the characters were not only mysterious but at times comical. The only downside to the book was some of the dialague was hard to read. A few of the characters spoke in a sort of choppy cliched-ridden way. Overall though it was a somewhat enjoyable read. The Fletch series is much better.