Bury The Lead by David Rosenfelt Paperback Book

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Rent Bury The Lead

Author: David Rosenfelt

Narrator: Grover Gardner

Format: Abridged-CD, Paperback

Publisher: Listen & Live Audio

Published: Jun 2004

Genre: Fiction - Mystery & Detective - Hard-boiled

Retail Price: $29.95

Discs: 5

Synopsis

Clever plot twists, deft legal maneuverings, and keen wit are hallmarks of Rosenfelt's third follow-up to his Edgar-nominated debut novel, featuring millionaire attorney, Andy Carpenter, who is irreverent, intelligent, sarcastic and dry.

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