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Book Reviews of Sullivan's Sting

Sullivan's Sting
Sullivan's Sting
Author: Lawrence Sanders
ISBN-13: 9780425128459
ISBN-10: 0425128458
Publication Date: 8/1/1991
Pages: 368
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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txladyrah avatar reviewed Sullivan's Sting on + 180 more book reviews
A tale of a sultry undercover copy intimate with both sides of the law. Affluent South Florida is having a shark attack, mineties style. It's safe to go in the water, but you've go to watch yourself in the cocktail lounges, in the restaurants, at the clubs. The king shark's name id David Rathbone, a devatatingly handsome and charming "financial consultant", who lives in luxury by bilking widows, retirees, and anybody else who'll bite!
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A beautiful cop goes undercover--and under the sheets--to catch one of the biggest con artists in Florida in a sexy, steamy bestseller from the master of the erotic thriller.
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Back in his domain, Florida! Mystery, sex, scandal, you will not put it down!
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undercover cops under the sheets trying to catch the con in Florida. Very good book
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A beautiful cop named Rita goes undercover in Florida to catch one of the biggest comn artists, David Rathbone. He has a way with the ladies and he lives very well."Fascinating"...Wall Street Journal
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