Travis McGee is having the time of his life--he's doing nothing but enjoying the
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life on board his “Busted Flush,” entertaining all his friends in his best care-freemanner!
That is, until long-ago acquaintance Harry Broil comes abroad, gun in hand, threatening
McGee within an inch of is life, accusing Travis of making off with his wife, Mary. Mary,
herself, was an old friend, one whom Travis prizes dearly. Now he has to find her. As
itwasn't likely for Mary to just run away, McGee knows that there is something serioulsy
wrong, and it takes all his talent to solve this mystery (of course, with the valuable help of
his friend Meyer!).
The review of this Book prepared by Bill Hobbs