Fletch ReflectedFletch’s newfound son Jack has just heard from an old flame who’s about to marry a billionaire’s son—that is until her future father-in-law suffers several near-fatal accidents.Fletch ReflectedThe potential victim—the inventor of the perfect mirror, which allows people to see themselves exactly as others do—lives in his own secluded compound, so Jack gets a job as pool hand on the estate to get closer to the action. Fletch ReflectedNow Jack's life may be in danger, and he will need his inimitable father's help to discover—before it's too late—whose reflection hides a killer's heart.
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Review: Fletch Reflected (Fletch #11)User Review - Jamie - Goodreads
The last of the series. Probably my least favorite. I think McDonald could have continued the series nicely with the Jack Faoni/Son of Fletch character, but he had to go and die on us. Read full review
Review: Fletch Reflected (Fletch #11)User Review - John - Goodreads
There. Now I've finished the eleven Fletch's. Note to self: just because the first two in a series are brilliant doesn't mean the next nine will be. Love how they are non-sequential and dialogue driven, but the suspension of disbelief was burdensome. Read full review