Sullivan's Sting

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Open Road Media, Feb 12, 2013 - Fiction - 362 pages
From the New York Times bestselling author of the Deadly Sins seriescomes the story of a female FBI agent on the most dangerous mission of her career

Rita Sullivan is the kind of FBI agent who plays by the book and always gets her man. Now, to bring a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scammer to justice, she must become a con artist herself. David Rathbone has walked away from an insider-trading rap in New York, and the Feds are out for blood. When the beautiful Rita and her seductive prey collide, all bets are off. Now Rita’s living the life of Riley, playing in David’s glittering high-society world of polo, charity balls, and pleasure cruises. As she circles the south Florida playgrounds of Palm Beach and Miami, Rita gets closer to her mark and becomes vulnerable to the biggest con of all: love. Sullivan’s Sting is one of Lawrence Sanders’s most irresistible novels, with its ambitious plot and the mystery master’s trademark cast of unforgettable characters.
 

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User Review  - AliceAnna - LibraryThing

Not one of my favorite Sanders' novels -- not even close. He just doesn't write female characters very realistically. Rita Sullivan might be what he wishes a woman would be, but I've never known anyone even remotely like her. Read full review

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Lawrence Sanders (1920–1998) was the New York Times bestselling author of more than forty mystery and suspense novels. The Anderson Tapes, completed when he was fifty years old, received an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for best first novel. His prodigious oeuvre encompasses the Edward X. Delaney, Archy McNally, and Timothy Cone series, along with his acclaimed Commandment books. Stand-alone novels include Sullivan's Sting and Caper. Sanders remains one of America’s most popular novelists, with more than fifty million copies of his books in print.  

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