Tuesday, July 12, 2011

From Key West to Cumberland Island

Key West, the home of Ernest Hemingway, Duval Street, Spring Break and Tuna, Wahoo and Marlin fishing. And the backdrop of James Patterson's latest novel, Now You See Her.

Now You See Her

Patterson is at his best in Key West; Now you see Nina Bloom and now you don't. Patterson puts you right in the life of the Keys, fun frolic and..and a spring break party that cascades into horrifying intensity.  Co-authored with Michael Ledwidge, Patterson again brings the hot ferocity he's best known for, so hop on your Vespa and enjoy the ride!

From one coastal paradise to another - Cumberland Island off the coast of Georgia.   Generations collide in Stuart Woods' Palindrome.

Palindrome (Avon)
Lust, intrigue, mystery and...murder spun in typical Woods' style. Come along with Liz Barwick as generations collide, Liz escapes her brutal past only to have it roaring back like the subtly of a hurricane. An accomplished photographer, Liz tries to save herself and in doing so, saves others along the way.

This being the second book of Woods' that I've read, he brings to literal life the definition of a Palindrome!

 As with Key West, I've never been to Cumberland Island, after reading Wood's novel, I've added it to the travel folder of my internet bookmarks

Cumberland Island Map

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