The Lonely Silver Rain

The Lonely Silver Rain

Book - 1985
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"Travis McGee is back in action and he is in fine, fine form....What a treat. It is John D. MacDonald's 21st Travies McGee book and, without reservaton, his best." THE SAN DIEGO TRIBUNE Searching for a wealthy friend's yacht, Travis McGee puts himself square in the center of the international cocaine trade, and finds himself the target of some of the most ruthless villains he's ever met. Contemplating his own mortality for the first time, Travis McGee discovers amid all the danger the astonishing surprise behind the cat-shaped pipe cleaners someone is leaving at his door. This is vintage McGee in a novel that confirms John D. MacDonald's reputation as one of the greatest storytellers of all time.
Publisher: New York : A.A. Knopf : Distributed by Random House, c1985.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780394538990
Branch Call Number: MACD
Characteristics: 231 p. ; 22 cm.


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May 18, 2018

John D. MacDonald wrote a lot of books. I mean, a LOT of books. At least 50. The best known of these are his Travis McGee series and "The Executioners," which was filmed twice as "Cape Fear." The Travis McGee series all had colors in the title. This was a later one in the series, written the year before he died. If you've liked one of his books, chances are you're like pretty much everything else he wrote.

Mar 22, 2018

Protagonist hired to find out who killed boater.
So, he might have "accidentally" started a drug war between established & the new kids on the block factions thanks to burnt out DEA agent to get his man.
Subplot related to Pale Grey for Guilt.

dhankins22 Sep 08, 2013

after cinnamon skin


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