The Final Detail

The Final Detail

Downloadable Audiobook - 2000
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Myron Bolitar, sports agent and reluctant sleuth, is happily basking in the Caribbean sun with a woman he hardly knows. Interrupting this bliss, Win, his loyal but morally questionable sidekick, arrives to tell him that Esperanza, Myron's best friend and partner at MB SportsReps, has been arrested for the murder of a fallen baseball star and Bolitar client. Myron returns to the city immediately to prove Esperanza's innocence - against her wishes. And as he tries to unearth a killer amid a tangled trail of lies, Myron's own investigation points to only one other suspect: himself ... as this spellbinding audiobook twists, jolts, and careens toward its dazzling finish.
Publisher: [Santa Ana, Calif.] : Books on Tape, 2000
ISBN: 9780739353745
0739353748
Branch Call Number: Overdrive eAudiobook
Additional Contributors: Marosz, Jonathan

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BARosen1112
Jun 12, 2020

Sports agent turned unlicensed PI (he's usually helping clients from the world of sports) Bolitar is back, this time forced to return from a vacation with a beautiful (is there any other kind?) cable news anchor when his client, a baseball player, is murdered and his pro wrestler turned Admin Ass't, Esperanza Diaz, is arrested for the crime. As usual with the Bolitar series, an intricate plot, interesting characters (including the first appearance for aging, wise-cracking defense attorney Hester Crimstein and transgender bodyguard Zorra), and enough twists and turns to keep mystery lovers fully engaged. Highly recommended for mystery lovers.

evachsu Nov 24, 2014

#6 in Myron Bolitar series

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lindylou19player
Feb 01, 2012

I love the Myron Bolitar stories. They are the best. Myron and his best friend Win are so interesting. I have found every one of these books to be well written and well developed. As far as mystery writing goes, these are very well done.

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nhoj
Oct 07, 2011

6th in the Myron Bolitar series. One of his clients is murdered and Esperanza is accused while he was away in the West Indies with a woman

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nitetraino
Aug 11, 2007

This is the worst Myron Bolitar novel I've read. What an awful story. Where are the wise-cracks without torture? This story reaks. 1 of 10 stars.

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FavouriteFiction Oct 31, 2009

Basketball star turned sports agent Myron Bolitar investigates the death of a client - a troubled New York Yankees baseball player called Clu Haid.

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