It's a last chance for Will. Bringing boats back from Mexico and Central America seems like the ideal gig for a boat bum. But his latest job becomes complicated when he is offered a large bounty - a payoff big enough to set him up in his own business. The only problem is the boat is owned by a gangster who is still aboard. The situation is further complicated by two beautiful sisters.
"Good new Becker"
Mac Travis is forced to save his name and everything he owns after a down-on-her-luck trust-fund heiress talks his deckhand into using his boat to poach lobster. The plot thickens when Mac and his girlfriend, Mel, discover a connection between her nonprofit's money laundering scheme and a CIA ring smuggling baseball players from Cuba.
A twisted mob boss working with a crooked realtor have their sites set on Flamingo Key for their next real estate scam. When a fly fishing guide discovers his favorite spot is in jeopardy and the secret it holds. Together with the son of his nemesis and a reluctant local woman, he sets out to save the Key.
Mac Travis went to the Florida Keys to disappear, but his new commercial diving job turns out to be more than he planned. An artifact discovered while working on a bridge pier quickly draws the attention of a real estate tycoon, a Jersey mobster and twin Indian Chiefs all trying to open a casino in the pristine Keys. When his psycho ex-girlfriend tracks him down things get even more interesting.
"Bridge Repair and chaos"
Desperate for money and with Alicia in danger, Mac is forced to deal with a dubious antiquities dealer. The treasure hunt turns deadly as he tries to solve the riddle of the relic he found years ago.
"Another good one"
It's easy to become invisible in the Florida Keys. Mac Travis is laying low: Fishing, diving and doing enough salvage work to pay his bills until three fishermen trolling the Gulf Stream discover a square grouper. Besides the drugs, the package contains a secret that changes their lives and jeopardizes the very existence of the Keys. When his wayward deckhand brings him part of the package, he and his girlfriend Mel, are drawn into the chase that ends with a plot to assassinate the President and destroy Key West.
It's easy to stay invisible in the Florida Keys - until it's not. Mac Travis is trying to live the Keys lifestyle: fishing, diving, and enough salvage work to pay his bills. But trouble has a way of finding him.
"Reasonable story, horrible narration"
It’s easy to become invisible in the Florida Keys. Mac Travis was doing his best to keep a low profile: diving, fishing and enough salvage work to pay his bills. It’s a good life until he discovers something while spearfishing that could change the pristine Keys forever. His drunken crewman soon lets out the secret and his life is instantly changed.
It's 1821, and pirate legend Jose' Gasparilla and his crew are about to split their treasure and retire. One more prize on the horizon lures the crew to back to action, but they fall into a trap set by the fledgling US Navy. A new leader rises from the defeat and with the few remaining men and the treasure, they make a run for it.
Blown off course by a storm, Nick and the men remaining from Gasparilla's crew find themselves and their fortune in dire straights in the Cayman Islands. Double crossed by the island's governor, Nick must find a way to keep the crew together, rescue Rory, and recover the confiscated treasure. When a local reveals a clue to a fortune hidden in one of the ships lost in The Wreck of the Ten Sails, Nick and the crew fight the dangers of primitive diving to salvage the treasure, save Rory, and cast off the pirate mantle.
Washed up on a beach, with a path of destruction in his wake, Mac Travis must put his life back together. With his girlfriend hanging by a thread, he becomes embroiled in a plan to blow up US and Cuba's fledgling relationship.
Will Service is living the Keys lifestyle until a hurricane swamps his boat and destroys his unfinished house. A family friend offers him an opportunity to get back on his feet, and he takes the challenge of rebuilding an iconic fish house on St. Petersburg Beach a job unique to his abilities. The stakes are raised when a black market fish smuggling business is discovered on the property, and one of his delinquent workers steals a huge Bluefin tuna.
"Great story and narrarator!"
After being outwitted by an Iranian spy in London, CIA agent Mako Storm finds himself in dire straits. The trail for redemption leads Storm to the British Virgin Islands and an uncomfortable alliance with a man from his past. When they discover an old nemesis - a beautiful Chinese woman is involved - a terrifying plot to rebuild the blood thirsty Persian empire begins to unfold. Only one thing stands between the empire and a new world order - American agent Mako Storm.
"Realistic spy caper."
"How Russia Often Benefits When Julian Assange Reveals the West's Secrets" is from the August 31, 2016 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Jo Becker, Steven Erlanger and Eric Schmitt and narrated by Kristi Burns.