Jamaica Me Dead

Jamaica Me Dead

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Baker & Taylor
Attending a posh party at Florida Field, Zack Chasteen finds a fake bomb strapped beneath the chair of Darcy Whitehall and is hired by Monk DeVane, a former Miami Dolphins teammate and Darcy's employee, to find out who is responsible.

McMillan Palgrave
It's opening game of the football season at Florida Field, and Monk DeVane, a former teammate of Zack Chasteen's, invites Zack and his girlfriend to a halftime party in one of the exclusive skyboxes. But they find chaos---there's a bomb under the chair of Darcy Whitehall, Monk Devane's boss and the rakish Jamaican owner of Libido, a chain of anything-goes Caribbean resorts.

The bomb turns out to be a dud, but someone is putting the squeeze on Darcy Whitehall, and Monk DeVane enlists Zack to help protect his employer. When Zack arrives in Jamaica things quickly go to hell---more bombs (this time, for real), gnarly Jamaican politics, and the kinky diversions at Libido, where the prime spectator sport is watching guests frolic on the naked flume ride. As if that weren't enough, Zack's snooping around puts him in jeopardy with Freddie Arzghanian, king of the Caribbean money launderers.

Suspenseful, laugh-out-loud funny, and with larger-than-life characters, Jamaica Me Dead is Bob Morris at his wicked best.


Holtzbrinck
It’s opening game of the football season at Florida Field, and Monk DeVane, a former teammate of Zack Chasteen’s, invites Zack and his girlfriend to a halftime party in one of the exclusive skyboxes. But they find chaos---there’s a bomb under the chair of Darcy Whitehall, Monk Devane’s boss and the rakish Jamaican owner of Libido, a chain of anything-goes Caribbean resorts.
 
The bomb turns out to be a dud, but someone is putting the squeeze on Darcy Whitehall, and Monk DeVane enlists Zack to help protect his employer. When Zack arrives in Jamaica things quickly go to hell---more bombs (this time, for real), gnarly Jamaican politics, and the kinky diversions at Libido, where the prime spectator sport is watching guests frolic on the naked flume ride. As if that weren’t enough, Zack’s snooping around puts him in jeopardy with Freddie Arzghanian, king of the Caribbean money launderers.
 
Suspenseful, laugh-out-loud funny, and with larger-than-life characters, Jamaica Me Dead is Bob Morris at his wicked best.


Blackwell North Amer
It's the opening game of the football season at Florida Field, and Monk DeVane, a former teammate of Zack Chasteen's, invites Zack and his girlfriend to a halftime party in one of the exclusive skyboxes. But they find chaos - there's a bomb under the chair of Darcy Whitehall, Monk DeVane's boss and the rakish Jamaican owner of Libido, a chain of anything-goes Caribbean resorts.
The bomb turns out to be a dud, but someone is putting the squeeze on Darcy Whitehall, and Monk DeVane enlists Zack to help protect his employer. When Zack arrives in Jamaica things quickly go to hell - more bombs (this time, for real), gnarly Jamaican politics, and the kinky diversions at Libido, where the prime spectator sport is watching guests frolic naked on the flume ride. As if that wasn't enough, Zack's snooping around puts him in jeopardy with Freddie Arzghanian, king of the Caribbean money launderers.

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& Taylor

Attending a posh party at Florida Field, Zack Chasteen finds a fake bomb strapped beneath the chair of Darcy Whitehall, owner of a chain of anything-goes Caribbean resorts, and is hired by Monk DeVane, a former Miami Dolphins teammate and Darcy's employee, to find out who is responsible and to protect Darcy from an unknown enemy. By the author of Bahamarama.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, c2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312328917
0312328915
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY MOR
Characteristics: 291 p. ;,25 cm.

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Feb 03, 2010

Good book, but just good...

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