📕 100.0% done with Fletch’s Moxie by Gregory Mcdonald
Not sure how I feel about a group of potential suspects showing up in the final act this way. The racists in KKK garb here could certainly have been the motivation for the scenes in the film Fletch Lives.
The plot here was very subtly crafted together and done rather well for a novel format. Things seem to have unraveled so quickly at the end–I wish it had been a tad slower so that I could have enjoyed it longer.
📖 60.0% done with Fletch’s Moxie by Gregory Mcdonald
This feels more like a drawing room mystery or a book version of Clue rather than a traditional shoe-leather detective story. All the suspects seem to be holed up in a house and conversing as Fletch makes a few calls out for details. In this sense, it’s not a nail-biter, but is focusing more on character than some of the others in the series.
📖 48.0% done with Fletch’s Moxie by Gregory Mcdonald
The second act has begun after some interesting/reasonable character building. Waiting for the next chunk of plot to hit.