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Novelist Henry "Coop" Cooper is contemplating a new book between sipping rum and lounging on a Baja beach with hotel owner Grady Doyle. When Grady tries to save a drunk from two thugs, Coop tags along for the sake of a good story. The drunk is Ebbie Milch, a small-time thief on the run in Mexico because he has stolen the never-before-seen first draft of Ernest Hemingway's A Moveable Feast from a wealthy rare-book dealer.

The stolen manuscript is more than just a rare piece of literary history. It reveals clues to an even bigger prize: the location of a suitcase the young, unpublished Hemingway lost in Paris in 1922. A year's worth of his stories had vanished, never to be seen again. Until now.

But Coop and Grady aren't the only ones with their eyes on this elusive literary prize, and what starts as a hunt for a legendary writer's lost works becomes a deadly adventure. For Coop this story could become the book of a lifetime...if he lives long enough to write it.

©2016 Shaun Harris (P)2016 Tantor

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The best kind of caper

OMG, OMG, I love this book. It's a fab mix of manly adventure in Baja, Mexico; wonderful language; humor; and, well, Hemmingway. It's begging to be made into a movie.

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An enthralling escapade!

I picked up this book because I enjoy Eric Summer's easy and well enunciated narration, and the consistency with which he voices characters. He did not disappoint. I enjoyed all of the characters, the setting, and the details and dialog that were LEFT OUT, because I think that the taste that is given is enough.

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