John H Cunningham's Buck Riley series.
Click his link to check out all of his books and to purchase them http://www.jhcunningham.com/fiction.php
“John H. Cunningham’s “Crystal Blue” will make you a Buck Reilly fan, if you’re not already. Cunningham’s ability to take the Antilles, a collection of tropical Caribbean islands that spreads out from the Bahamas and ends off the coast of South America, and turn them from sandy beaches and bars of Paradise to a precarious locale whenever Buck Reilly shows up is unique. Along the bumpy and exciting ride, you can expect Reilly’s eclectic group of friends and miscreants to show up, along with his nemeses FBI Special Agent T. Edward Booth – who is not above blackmailing Reilly to get what he wants.
A mystery taking place in the Florida Keys, Sleeping Dogs Lie, is the first installment of the story of lottery winner turned private detective, Dan Coast.
Dan, a wise-cracking excessive drinker, is haunted by the memory of his dead wife. Shortly after the two won the lottery and purchased a small beach bungalow in the Florida Keys, her life was taken in a car accident. Soon after his wife’s death, Dan relocated to the Keys with his wife’s dog, whom he blames for her death.
In Sleeping Dogs Lie, Dan Coast, an unlicensed Private detective of sorts is hired to find the missing boyfriend of a woman who herself soon ends up missing. When someone from the woman’s past unexpectedly shows up at Dan’s home, with a story of faked deaths and missing life insurance money; Dan along with his side kick Red set out to find the money, and the woman.
Books of Humor
J. Harold Lowry
J. Harold Lowry writes about the funnier side of life. He explores life, music and the lifestyle of Florida and the Florida Keys. J. Harold's latest release "Key Lime Floats" is a continuation of his literary travles through the Keys, has been getting rave reviews, and is a Top 10 entry on the BFR Best Seller's List.
A Semi-fictional Adventure Tour As Witnessed From A Bar Stool
by Key West Chris
A Trop Rock musician just published a book. How unique is that!
The book Key West Chris wrote is one that probably anyone who has spent time at a bar can relate to, it's called:
I think the title kind of sums it up. There are 23 chapters all telling a different story. Some funny, some serious, some semi-true, some composites of several stories. But one thing is common. They are all a lot of fun. You can download the book from Amazon and it downloads to your Kindle for Free or you can buy it as a download file. Just go to Amazon and type in Bar Stories, it's the first one that pops up.
Amazon link HERE and Facebook HERE.
Leaning On the Lyrics
by Linda Hebert
When tough times left her not knowing which way to turn, this life-long music lover found solace and even some direction in her favorite songs. "They say that writers need to find their voice and identify their muse (source of inspiration). I know that my muse is music and my voice is a collective one echoing the many songs stuck in my head. You see, since I was a little girl, I've paid close attention to the songs on the radio and somewhere along the way I subconsciously began storing memorable lyrics in the back of my mind, supposedly in case I might need to refer to them later. By the summer of 2007, 'later' had arrived in my life. This book is a whimsical journey of songs, many will bring you to Margaritaville."
305 pages and hundreds of artists in a feel good story for all. $1 of every book Sold is donated to:
Wounded Warrior Project & Make-A-Wish Foundation