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All or Nothing
All or Nothing
Author: Elizabeth Adler
ISBN-13: 9780440234968
ISBN-10: 0440234964
Publication Date: 9/12/2000
Pages: 368
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Island Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Those that like their suspense novel with a dash of humor will love this book. Fun, smart characters.
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A woman vanishes without a trace-on the trail in this novel of suspense are lovers -female attoney and male ex-cop....
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A really good plot
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What a wonderful fascenating story. Could hardly put the book down.
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Laurie Martin disappeared. Cops, suspecting the worst, are hunting for her body, and they've tagged her last client, a respectable family man, as the prime suspect.
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I like quick reads where the hero has a great girl and gets to solve a mystery. This is definately one of those.
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Hollywood Hills private investigator Al Giraud hails from New Orleans's wrong side of the tracks; a tough-talking dick, he's as much a lover as a sleuth. Marla Cwitowitz is the gorgeous 30-something lawyer who's crazy about him and, after wheedling Al to give her assistant PI status, becomes his partner both on and off the job. They are a stereotypically mismatched couple: Al asks high-class law professor Marla, "What the hell d'ya see in me? An uneducated bum, an ex-cop, a two-bit P.I.? A lovely woman like you?" But Marla adores his street smarts, dinner conversation, and lovemaking skills, and she's thrilled at the thought of working with her man investigating murders. The trouble begins when a real estate agent, California golden girl Laurie Martin, disappears. Burly detective Lionel Bulworth and his brazen assistant Pamela "Pow!" Powers believe Laurie's client Steve MallardAwhose job is forcing him to relocate his Los Angeles-based family to San DiegoAis the guilty party. None too coincidentally, Al and Marla happened to notice Laurie and Steve together before the alleged murder. As far as they could tell, Laurie and Steve were not romantically involved, which does away with the cops' theory that Steve killed Laurie in a jealous rage. Steve's wife, the level-headed Vicki, hires Al and Marla to prove her husband's guilt or innocence. Inevitably, they tangle with the killer, and everyone's melodramatic gamble is the inspiration for the title clich?.