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Finn Pilar returns with his dog Crutch, taking on the bad guys in the southernmost paradise. This novel won the 2016 Whodunit Award, an annual writing competition presented at Mystery Fest Key West. A diver, sailor, and Harley owner, author Lewis C. Haskell can be found riding his bicycle around the island most mornings or with a glass of wine at Grand Vin in the evening.

©2016 Lewis C. Haskell (P)2016 Absolutely Amazing Ebooks

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Where does Tequila Mockingbird rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I can read Jesse McDermott adventure stories faster than Wayne Stinnett can write them. So while waiting I stumbled across Finn Pilar, a BUDS-dud. (A failed SEAL.) Paul Brion is brilliant as narrator, enjoyable to listen to, great command of American vernacular. Jesse McDermott has been getting longer in tooth with each episode, but Finn Pilar is fresh, fun, and familiar.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Both Finn Pilar books have had very complex fast twisting plots. Each twist is logically and clearly explained in character.

What does Paul Brion bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I don't read books. So it has to be narrated or I'm not a buyer. Paul Brion is clearly talented, friendly, humorous, and a good partner for Lewis Haskell.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The same thing that makes me like Jesse McDermott stories is working full time with Finn Pilar.

Any additional comments?

Lewis, when does Paul finish taping Kilimanjaro Snow? Divai Bistra (Russian: give it to me soon.)