Triple in Paradise

Triple in Paradise

by Tom Corcoran
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Triple in Paradise by Tom Corcoran

The action in these three stories takes place in Key West, Miami and the Upper Keys. While Corcoran's series character, Alex Rutledge, takes a break this time around, the settings, characters and perils are true to South Florida.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015005936
Publisher: Dredgers Lane, LLC
Publication date: 04/26/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 320,406
File size: 227 KB

About the Author

Tom Corcoran is the author of the Alex Rutledge Series, mystery novels set in Key West. A photographer and former journalist, he also created Key West in Black and White, a volume of retrospective Key West images, and Key West Point of View, a collection of over 400 recent color photographs of the island in DVD format. Acoustic guitar and steel pan background music was created especially for the 40-minute DVD by musicians John Frinzi and John Patti. A resident of the Keys for fifteen of his thirty-five years in Florida, Corcoran was an early collaborator with Jimmy Buffett, providing photos for seven album and CD packages and lyrics for the songs Fins and Cuban Crime of Passion. Corcoran photographs and articles have appeared in Rolling Stone, Southern Boating, Cruising World, Look, Diversion, Esquire, Car and Driver, and Outside. In addition to continuing the Alex Rutledge Series, Corcoran has contributed song lyrics for recent John Frinzi CD releases. Tom splits his time between Central Florida and the Florida Keys.

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Triple in Paradise 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read all of Tom Corcoran's books. These three little short stories are well written with good character development, unexpected and a little twisted endings are as good if not better than his other works.