Death of the Desperate is the next chapter in the Ghostcatcher series. T.K. Fleming, the retired English professor who lives in Key West on his boat, has a new job, part-time blues musician. The music is sweet, but not sweet enough to drown out the trade in human flesh, the murders, or the bodies which keep turning up with missing organs. T.K. and Sunny, the brave and beautiful bartender who loves him, are caught between dueling motorcycle gangs. A fiendish would-be surgeon lends his hellish skills to an enterprise that is hideous and deadly. It is left for our intrepid duo to figure it out and hopefully . . . to survive the process.
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About the Author
Karl Tutt is a retired English teacher from a dropout prevention program in Florida. He is a veteran cruiser who has published several sailing articles in national publications. His two new offerings, The Children of the Wolf and The House at Hull, continue the mastery of murder and mayhem demonstrated in the Ghostcatcher series with T.K Fleming, and his female sleuth, Dee Rabow, in the Diabla series. Quick, engaging, and satisfying . . . those words describe the approach that has lured thousands of readers to the pages of his murder mysteries.