Book Reviews of Second Deadly Sin

Second Deadly Sin
Second Deadly Sin
ISBN-13: 9780425055458
ISBN-10: 0425055450
Publication Date: 4/1/1982
Rating:
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
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3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I've read all of the McNally series books and have started the Deadly Sin series and really have grown to appreciate Sanders. In this book, Delaney is faced with another murder mystery and I'm finding it a very difficult book to put down. I like Delaney's way of sticking to his routine as he tries to thread his way through all of the possibilities. I highly recommend this book!
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Lawrence Sander's Deadly Sin series is EXCELLENT. I highly recommend the entire series. It's an oldie but a goodie and hard to put down once you start. 2 thumbs up!
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Don\'t know why the author is not showing, this is of course, my favorite Lawrence Sanders. I also love Delaney the charcter in 3 of his books. Rough, tough and charmimg! Where are these men?
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It was the perfect murder, everyboddy had a motive!

The sus[pects include mischievous characters from the New York art world, a guileful art dealer, and slighery lawyer, a glittering female clooector of celebrities, a vacant former model, Delaney's feet are flat but his intellect is fully arched: there is no doubt he will track down the killer. That certainty is the only real shortcoming.
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had a hard time putting this book down!!
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I absolutely loved this series of books when I read them a million years ago.
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Not as good as The First Deadly Sin, but still a good read.