Confess, Fletch The flight from Rome had been pleasant eugh, even if the business he was on wasn t exactly. His Italian fianc?e s father had been kidnapped and presumably murdered, and Fletch is on the trail of a stolen art collection that is her only patrimony. But when he arrives in his apartment to find a dead body, things start to get complicated. Confess, Fletch Inspector Flynn found him a little glib for someone who seemed to be the only likely suspect in a pretty clear case of homicide. He wasn t exactly uncooperative, but it wasn t like he was entirely forthcoming either. And Flynn wasn t entirely convinced that the nineteenth-century Western artist Edgar Arthur Tharp really occupied most of Fletch s thoughts. Confess, Fletch With the police on his tail and a few other things to do beside prove his own incence, Fletch makes himself at home in Boston, renting a van, painting it black, and breaking into a private art gallery. That is when he s t entertaining his future mother-in-law and visiting with the good Inspector Flynn and his family.
Gregory Mcdonald is the author of twenty-six books, including eleven Fletch novels and four Flynn mysteries. 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. He died in 2008.