A wealthy old man laid up in the hospital is desperate to understand the last months of his daughter's life before she was killed in a car crash in Mexico. It was puzzling. She'd cleaned out her considerable bank account, left Miami and hadn't been heard from again.
Travis McGee ventures into the steep hills and strange backwoods of Oaxaca through a bizarre world of dropouts, drug freaks, and kinky rich people - and begins to suspect the beautiful girl's death was no accident.
©1969 John D. MacDonald (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
In the early 70s I thought I was a hippie, but not like these folks. Perhaps there had to be some like these to supply the drugs that seemed to be everywhere at the time, but thank God I never met any. (That I know of!) I really enjoyed the vision of Mexico at the time though. It seems so strange to hear now that the "Mexican peso was rock-solid" and that American investors were lining up to invest in Mexico. This has to be one of my favorte Travis McGee adventures.
Haven't read the print version. Just love to be read to, while sewing, on road trips, while folding the laundry and walking the dog
You don't know till the very end who did it?? Keeps you thinking
I started at book 1 and have now just finished Book 11 and I'm am enjoying Robert Petkoff.
At the beginning I was missing Darin McGavin but I am coming around.
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