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  • Tropical heat

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  • Tropical Heat

    Fred Carver is an interesting and believable character, and you instantly like and trust him. He is an ex-cop forced to retire because he was shot in the knee—during a robbery in a store in which he was a customer and must now walk with a cane—and now works as a PI. This book focuses on the disappearance of a real estate salesman who has disappeared, the police believe he committed suicide by jumping from a cliff near his girlfriend’s house overlooking the ocean with the ocean taking his body away. His girlfriend does not believe he is dead and hires Fred. carver to find out what happened to him. The first part of the book is basic police procedural, talking to friends, colleagues, and the police forensic expert. The real estate manager confides that he has discovered Willis was scamming the company for thousands of dollars and was likely hiding with a pal in Solarville near Florida’s Everglades. This leads all concerned to believe that the defrauded money was to be used to buy drugs. The events that transpire in Solarville—Carver’s motel room set on fire and later being almost killed by a knife-wielding assassin—convince the authorities they are on the correct trail. There is a lot of action and misdirection before the truth finally is revealed. I was a bit disappointed at the ending, but it was an interesting read and well written.

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