The Wahoo Rhapsody is just one of countless fishing charters plying the waters of the Pacific between Cabo San Lucas and San Diego. But chances are good the Rhapsody is the only boat with a fortune in marijuana hidden inside a fresh catch of yellowfin tuna. This special cargo is the handiwork of first mate Weevil Ott, who is smuggling the pot on behalf of a mysterious drug lord known only as “La Cucaracha.” Since Captain Winston Weber is blissfully unaware of the secret tucked inside his ship’s hull, the operation runs smoothly…
This third installment in the Atticus Fish series takes listeners on an unforgettable adventure through treacherous Baja California. The storied pearl beds of La Paz were long thought destroyed, but when a local fisherman discovers a handful of rare, red-tinged pearls, it could mean big bucks - and even bigger trouble - for all involved. Enter billionaire expatriate Atticus Fish, who knows he'd better act fast before all hell breaks loose.
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Archaeologist Duncan Rigby thinks he’s finally struck it rich when he discovers a trunk of legendary jewels, buried 300 years ago by exiled priests in a remote Mexican mountain range. But he’s not the only one on the trail of the famous Jesuit Treasure.… Rumors of the find have brought a wave of fortune hunters onto Baja’s southern shores - and that in turn attracts the attention of Atticus Fish, the expatriate American billionaire with a knack for getting caught up in other people’s troubles. When Rigby goes missing, Fish fires up his seaplane and enlists Baja’s infamous bootlegger, Skegs, to join him in his search.