Richard Condon | Critical Review by Lorrie K. Inagaki

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SOURCE: A review of Prizzi's Money, in The Armchair Detective, Vol. 27, No. 3, Summer, 1994, pp. 361-62.

In the review below, Inagaki claims that Prizzi's Money is "enjoyable reading."

George Asbury, a billionaire businessman who has served as "advisor to presidents", is kidnapped while accompanied by two men on a boat in the open sea. Amazingly enough, neither of the two men on board remember anything about Mr. Asbury's disappearance. One moment they were all on board and the next, Mr. Asbury was gone. Julia, his young wife, appears grief-stricken in public but privately knows that she and her husband had planned the kidnapping in order to escape with the ransom money and the $1.4 billion illegally siphoned from his failing companies. What she doesn't know is that her husband had secretly made a deal with the Prizzi crime family. When Julia discovers that the Prizzi family...

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