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  • Vintage Florida Fiction

    “Tushhog: A Southern male that always finishes a fight” Scotland Ross returns in book two of what I hope will be a continuing series. Set in 1981 Florida the writing made me feel the heat and humidity and grit of the places mentioned and took me back to a time I remember well. Scotland is a man who seems to be a trouble magnet but for four months after his last “troubles” he has held a regular job, lived a normal life with musician Kyla and managed some memories from his past fairly well. He has a regular bar, some people he calls friend and as he approaches thirty thinks maybe he is finally on the right track. And then…trouble finds him again… Wanting to help out his friend he finds himself drawn into a situation that feels wrong but is one he cannot turn away from. Finding the people that murdered a friend’s son leads to much more than any of the characters expected. With Cuban refugee thugs, mafia thugs, drug dealers and plenty of violence this book left me hoping that Scotland will find his way back to “normal” but I have a feeling that perhaps normal for him is a whole lot different than it is for me! Can’t wait for more in this series and would like to thank NetGalley and Down and Out Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars

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