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Criminal Conversation by Evan Hunter
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Jan 07, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: mystery

It was an okay and so-so book, not so exciting to read. I got bored reading, it has plenty of conversations.. as the book indicated....lol.

Story plot:
A good wife, mother and teacher named Sarah Welles loves her husband, Michael who works as a lawyer in the DA's office. Her husband, Michael is trying to catch the new boss of one of New York's most powerful crime families. Sarah went on a vacation without Michael and a chance meeting with Andrew Farrell, a handsome mysterious stranger who happens to be a businessman. Andrew Farrell turns out to be Andrew Faviola, scion and acting boss of a Mafia family with plans for massive profits from a new smokable opium-cocaine drug. Sarah and Andrew had a torrid affair and the DA's focus turns to the "blonde woman" caught on audiotape having steamy sex scenes with Andrew. Michael learns about the blonde woman's identity and confronts Sarah about it.

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