Just Another Day in Paradise

Just Another Day in Paradise

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by A. E. Maxwell
     
 

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The delightful private eye team graces another mystery by the author of Money Burns. Divorced Fiddler and Fiora get along better than most married couples. When U.S. Customs Department agents start grilling Fiora's twin brother about his involvement in the Silicon Valley export business, the pair swings into action to save Danny from the Feds, his nemesis--and himself

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The delightful private eye team graces another mystery by the author of Money Burns. Divorced Fiddler and Fiora get along better than most married couples. When U.S. Customs Department agents start grilling Fiora's twin brother about his involvement in the Silicon Valley export business, the pair swings into action to save Danny from the Feds, his nemesis--and himself. Reissue.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780385192590
Publisher:
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/01/1985
Series:
Fiddler and Fiora Series
Pages:
240

Meet the Author

"A. E. Maxwell" is the pseudonym of husband-and-wife writing team, Ann and Evan Maxwell. Ann also writes New York Times best-selling suspense novels under the name "Elizabeth Lowell," most recently, Blue Smoke and Murder.

Brief Biography

Date of Birth:
April 5, 1944
Place of Birth:
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Education:
B. A., University of California, 1966

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Just Another Day in Paradise 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like the first person perspective. Would like to see more romantic involvement. Ann Maxwell aka Elizabeth Lowell puts mystery thriller and romance together very well.
Pam_Mt_Pleasant_SC More than 1 year ago
I picked up a copy of Just Another Day in Paradise on the recommendation of an older neighbor who happened to read the series of books when they were originally published. Despite the fact the book was written over 20 years ago, making it a bit dated (the characters searching for pay phones and reading telexes), the story was just as enjoyable and engaging as any of today's romantic thrillers. Fiddler is a "piece of work" you can't help but love and admire for his ingenuity and devotion to come to the rescue of his beloved Fiona. It was also an interesting refresher course on the dawn of the computer age in Southern California, the agonizing plight of the dislocated Vietnamese following the Viet Nam war, and the world wide political atmosphere during the late '70's, early '80's. Cannot wait for The Frog and Scorpion to go on sale in June, and just hope the publishers will continue to publish the rest of the series in the near future.