Clint Faraday collection 11 [NOOK Book]

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Death Doesn't Wait
Omar is in the cantina, talking with a semi-pretty hippie type girl, who seems a bit spaced out. She writes weird poetry and likes adventure. She is going kite riding, tomorrow....

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Clint Faraday collection 11

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Death Doesn't Wait
Omar is in the cantina, talking with a semi-pretty hippie type girl, who seems a bit spaced out. She writes weird poetry and likes adventure. She is going kite riding, tomorrow.
Omar says that’s not safe along the coast. She could end up a bloody mess on the rocks.
She replies that everybody dies sometime.
He says, he’ll delay death as long as he can.
She says, “When your time comes, you die. Death doesn’t wait for anyone”.
It certainly didn’t wait for her.

Dead Man's Moon
Clint is in Chiriqui Grande for supplies. It is moonrise, a beautiful golden full moon – with a small red spot.
Osorio says it is the dead man’s moon because of that red spot.
It turns out, it really was!

Dead Drunk
Sergio, head of the Bocas Town police, calls Clint. He says he has a problem. A dead drunk.
“Why call me about some drunk?” Clint asks.
“No. I mean a dead drunk. A body.”
Clint investigates. He finds the dead man was as low as anyone he'd come across. When he found the killer, he would get him or her off for justifiable.

Dead in the Water
A ship siting outside the harbor at Chiriqui Grande. It’s been there two days and no sign of life. Naldo says it seems to just be dead in the water.
The captain was.
It turned out that the ship was one that was lost in the Devil's Triangle thirty years ago. The skeletons would be about that old, but the captain had died within the last couple of days.
A crewmember wasn't accounted for. There was an obvious person to look for in this one.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045037853
  • Publisher: CD Moulton
  • Publication date: 10/19/2012
  • Series: Clint Faraday Mysteries , #69
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 463 KB

Meet the Author

Born in Florida, travelled the world as a rock guitarist with some big names in the late sixties, early seventies. Been everything from a high steel worker to longshoreman, from musician to bar owner, and much more. Educated in botany and genetics. Now living in paradise (Panamá!)
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